Do you take every case brought to you?
When we first sit down with a client, we go through the fact of the case and if we don't believe we can increase the value of their case to the point that it is worth hiring an attorney, we aren't going to take it. We aren't going to make a promise as the value because there are too many variables that affect the case from beginning to end. But initially when we look at a case, if we feel we aren't going to add anything to the case, if we don't feel we can bring real value, we are going to tell the client not to hire us and to either handle it themselves or do something else.
Mr. Case Barnett is GREAT! The people are very nice, friendly, sweet and very professional...From the bottom of my heart, Thank you so much for everything.
Case is the best! Case knows what he is doing and takes care of you. Returns calls on the weekend, and puts your mind at ease. Started out as my lawyer, eventually became a friend I can confide in and now feels like family with the way he treats you. Warm and welcoming and always working hard.
I can't even begin to tell you how much I appreciate Case and the entire team at CBL. I'm almost at a loss of words to describe how amazing your team is. The attention to detail and consistent updates always brought ease to my mind....
Michael C. -- La Verne
We were very fortunate to find Case Barnett. He, and his team, were immediately there for our child -assisting in all of the details big and small, necessary to deal with the difficulties following an accident.
Without Case Barnett and his professional integrity, compassion and hard work searching out the true facts of our case, we would never have reached a settlement. All I can say is thank you Case...
“You were top notch and brilliant on a level that would exceed anyone's expectations. I would highly recommend you to anyone and thank you again for fighting for me until the end."
As a non-lawyer I know that I can't accurately describe how impressive it was to witness Case in trial. He had a mastery of the facts, down the smallest detail and that required a level of commitment not normally seen in any profession. The jury was out for less than two hours before we returned to hear the life-changing verdict. I owe my life to Case Barnett."