Legal Writing Services for Lawyers
Are you faced with a Motion for Summary Judgment that may cost you the case? Are you on trial in another matter when the briefing deadline is looming? Are you concerned about the time and expense of training an associate when you can’t guarantee the quality of the work? Do you have to file a brief in Commonwealth or Superior Court?
We are Here to Help Other Attorneys
The Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC drafts pleadings, motions, briefs, memoranda and appeals for other attorneys on an “as-needed” basis, providing pinch hitting when issues are complex, creative insight is called for, and/or tight deadlines are approaching. This enables our attorney clients to focus on the other aspects of their practice (and lives). For example, an attorney recently requested that we prepare the Answer to a Motion for Summary Judgment. He provided the file to us, including electronic deposition transcripts. We reviewed the Motion, had a telephone conversation with him about the case, his theory, and the most relevant witnesses. We annotated the transcripts, drafted the Answer and sent it to him with a week to review and file. After the Motion was denied, his case settled for a multi-six figure sum.
We Help You Budget Appropriately
We offer hourly and flat rate fee options to help you budget appropriately. Often, we begin working on cases after a substantial investment of time and money has already been made. Our briefs have helped clients get paid by obtaining new trials after defense verdicts, reversing the grant of summary judgment and forcing the recusal of a Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas judge, and prevailing in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
What Our Clients Say
Our clients tell us:
- “I can explain my ideas, but I can’t write them. That’s when I call Dan.”
- “We had a case where the initial offer was $2,500.00. The Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel prepared and answered pre-trial Motions in Limine. The case went to trial and the jury awarded the plaintiff a $125,000.00 verdict.”
- “It is much more efficient to have you do the writing. Writing a good brief requires dedication of time and self for a couple of days. It frees me up to not have to do that. I know what a good brief looks like, but I just want to review it and tweak it, not write the whole thing.”
Contact Dan, Today for Legal Writing Services
An attorney with substantial experience at well-known Philadelphia area firms, Dan focuses on the details that win cases, often seeing an argument you may not have considered. Please contact us for more information about our legal writing services.