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We have a client-centered approach, which means that we discuss with each client what is most important to them and we put all of our efforts into addressing each of our clients’ specific needs. Our attorneys are accessible and always more than happy to meet or speak on the phone to discuss your case. We train our staff to be familiar with all of the cases that they are working on – our team approach – so that they can knowledgably field many client inquiries. We strive to keep clients as updated as possible about their case and deliver prompt and competent advice. At Raff & Raff, we consider your case to be our most important case – because we know that it is your most important case.
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Realizing that injuries cause a great deal of physical, as well as emotional pain, we strive to provide a personalized touch to our clients. More importantly, representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases requires unique experience, skills, and knowledge of the law in order to succeed. We are plaintiffs personal injury lawyers and our extensive experience
At Raff & Raff, we pride ourselves with the small-firm benefits that we are able to deliver to our clients. Our attorneys and support staff are accessible, and we are always more than happy to meet or speak on the phone to discuss your case. Also, we train our staff to be familiar with all
In addition to our personal injury practice, we also represent clients in other areas of law. Regardless of the type of case, we fight to protect the rights of all of our clients and treat all cases as if they are the most important case on our docket. If you need a New Jersey criminal
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