Richard C. Angino, the Angino Law Firm, has in recent years downsized in terms of numbers of attorneys and staff. The decision has been made to take only the “best cases;” those who have a special need for Richard Angino and Angino Law. Our clients receive the highest level of expertise and service. Richard Angino and his law firm are devoted to providing the time, effort and expense to obtain “the best result.” Richard Angino (Angino Law), is unique not only in Central Pennsylvania, but probably throughout the state in their commitment in taking their clients’ cases not only to trial, but to higher courts if necessary. Richard Angino, in late 2015, filed three petitions for certiorari to the Supreme Court. In 2015, he briefed and argued eight Appellate cases and 165 over his career. When you engage Richard Angino and his law firm, you have a commitment to get the “best result” possible.
Ask about all of your options . . . What courses of action are open and the risks and benefits of each? Ask how determinations will be made in your case . . . Richard Angino and the Angino Law Firm associates and staff will need to examine the report of the accident or incident, findings of doctors and other professionals, and hear from experts in the field to develop a plan in your case. It is appropriate to ask the steps they will be taking to develop your case. Ask for a timetable . . . It is reasonable to ask for general guidelines about when your case may go through its various stages.
You have a right and a responsibility to participate in your case. You have a right to take part in the decisions about your case and are invited to do the following:
- Ask to have anything that is unclear repeated or explained.
- Ask for information in writing.
- Ask questions so you know and understand the procedure.
While at home you can help your case by doing the following:
- Write down things about your case or condition that are not normal or that you didn’t anticipate.
- Preserve all evidence that bears on your claim or case.
- Retain in your files all bills, photographs, documents, reports recently received or overlooked.