When Robert L. Sachs, Jr., Managing Partner of Shrager & Sachs, first meets with a new client, he tells them that he strives to always be mindful when speaking with the client and their family about their situation. He does this because he understands that when a potential client comes to him, they are approaching him with the most important legal matter they’ll likely ever face. For a family suffering after an instance of wrongful injury or neglect, they may be facing the direst situation they’ll ever experience.
What does this translate to? For Mr. Sachs, this means he handles every client as though they are family. Trust, respect, and communication are paramount to every case he handles—and every case we handle at Shrager & Sachs. Our clients can find out and understand the statuses and strategies of their claims whenever they need to. We make this possible by encouraging clients to contact us using their preferred method of contact at any time. We strive to always be open, honest, and communicative with our clients. We’re here for you and your loved ones.
Mr. Sachs makes it his goal to personally be there for his clients because he understands that a family’s legal matters are more than just a folder to place in a file at the end of the day. Behind every case is a person or people who have been legally wronged or harmed by an individual, corporation, hospital, or other institution. Those who have suffered may feel like the U.S. legal system has failed them. We’re here to reverse that and make things right. The United States civil justice system exists for cases like this—and yours.