Experience Matters

By admin • September 12th, 2010

I used an inexperienced phlebotomist and looked like I’d lost an arm wrestling competition to the Hulk.

I used an inexperienced mechanic and spent quality time on the side of the freeway at high noon.

I used an inexperienced Algebra tutor and raised welts on my head while banging it on the desk.

I used an inexperienced dentist and now I’m having many fillings replaced with a few bonus root canals.

I used an inexperienced hairdresser and you don’t want to hear about that.  I’ll give you one word.  Green.  Make that two.  Short and Green.  I looked like the victor of the aforementioned arm wrestling match.

Bruises heal, hair grows, cars get fixed and so do teeth, but financial calamity can follow you for decades.  Literally decades.

I hear horror stories from clients who used inexperienced bankruptcy attorneys.  One was even told a by the judge to get a “real attorney”.  We want to help, but we have to start at square one.  Just like a contractor won’t come into the middle of a building project and try to reinforce the foundation, straighten the walls and jerry-rig the electrical, a good bankruptcy attorney won’t come in after a hack and try to fix a botched bankruptcy filing.  We start again.  Get it done right the first time, take your fresh start and fly (with an experienced pilot of course).

 

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Experience Matters

By admin • September 12th, 2010

I used an inexperienced phlebotomist and looked like I’d lost an arm wrestling competition to the Hulk.

I used an inexperienced mechanic and spent quality time on the side of the freeway at high noon.

I used an inexperienced Algebra tutor and raised welts on my head while banging it on the desk.

I used an inexperienced dentist and now I’m having many fillings replaced with a few bonus root canals.

I used an inexperienced hairdresser and you don’t want to hear about that.  I’ll give you one word.  Green.  Make that two.  Short and Green.  I looked like the victor of the aforementioned arm wrestling match.

Bruises heal, hair grows, cars get fixed and so do teeth, but financial calamity can follow you for decades.  Literally decades.

I hear horror stories from clients who used inexperienced bankruptcy attorneys.  One was even told a by the judge to get a “real attorney”.  We want to help, but we have to start at square one.  Just like a contractor won’t come into the middle of a building project and try to reinforce the foundation, straighten the walls and jerry-rig the electrical, a good bankruptcy attorney won’t come in after a hack and try to fix a botched bankruptcy filing.  We start again.  Get it done right the first time, take your fresh start and fly (with an experienced pilot of course).

 

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