Why Do You Need A Lawyer?

These days, I find too many people coming to see me only after having tried to "do it themselves." While a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) attitude is normally an admirable and very American way of doing things, it does not apply when your rights are on the line.

But why?

Your Case Is Not A DIY Household Project

Unlike most DIY projects, like doing your own patio or fixing something electrical, you do not get a second chance at your court case. Imagine having to get it right on the very first try. Now imagine trying to get it done right on the very first try without any training.

The law does not allow any do-overs. Mistakes while doing something in the law are permanent and can be life-changing.

When you retain an attorney, you are basically hiring a safari guide who has already been through the terrain and knows where all the quicksand traps and alligator pits are. As a result, he can guide you safely from one side of the river to the other.

It is the same way in law. An experienced attorney already knows the pitfalls because he has done this more than once.

In my case, I have more than 30 years of experience of "doing this." As a result, I already know the quirks and hidden pitfalls involved in the way a particular judge might interpret a point of law, or how a certain prosecutor may negotiate differently given a set of circumstances similar to those facing you.

Give Your Case The Respect It Deserves

If you are interested in learning more about how I as a lawyer can help you in your specific situation, please do not hesitate to give me, attorney Craig Kuhary, a call at the law firm of Walden & Schuster, S.C., in Waukesha: (262) 422-6106. I can also be reached online. I will be happy to schedule an initial consultation with you for free.