days, when you turn on the TV, almost every other
advertisement is from an attorney or law firm. And, based on
the ads themselves it would seem that no matter what your
problem, those attorneys can defeat any insurance company or
win any lawsuit, etc. etc. Of course, if you were a
skeptic you might ask yourself "who's paying for the
Well, the answer to that is simple - you are.
of what anyone tells you, many legal
issues such as wills, insurance claims, leases, disability
claims, neighborhood disputes, accidents, injuries, real
often don't require large amounts of complicated effort to get good
In fact, for many legal
disputes, it's more important to have a capable local
attorney - who you can work with one-on-one, rather than get
caught up in the grist mill of being just another number to
a big name law firm.
When you have a legal
problem, what you want is someone local, someone experienced
- who'll take the time to understand your issue and help you
craft the best possible solution.
Getting good legal
results begins and ends with good communication. What you
need is a lawyer who understands you and cares about your
Attorney Tony Tomasiello
is real estate specialist who
lives locally and works locally. He's located in
downtown Worcester MA., he's experienced and he's available to
help to today.
When you come to see
Attorney Tomasiello, you get a personal one-on-one
appointment with Tony himself - you won't get passed
around in some big office with dozens of lawyers.
When need an
attorney, there are four questions you need to ask:
Is he local?
Does he know what he's doing?
Is he affordable?
Will I get personal attention?
If you've got a legal
problem, or even if you just have a single question for
which you need the right answer, Attorney Tomasiello invites
you to call him.
There's no charge for the
initial consultation and regardless of your issue, chances
are Tony will be able to understand your concerns and help
you get started right away to setting things straight.
can be a big pain in the neck. Don't try to face them alone.
Call Tony instead - he'll be happy to help you.