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8 Things To Consider Before Filing a Lawsuit

Updated: Nov 25, 2019

Since its inception, Westlake Legal Services Inc. has concentrated on aggressively representing businesses and individuals in civil and business related matters. The firm's goal is to provide the highest quality of legal services in the most cost-effective way for its clientele. The firm has the staff and technological resources to handle substantial legal issues as effectively as the largest firms, but remains small enough to enable its attorneys to maintain direct and prompt contact with clients, to exercise close personal supervision over transactions and litigation, and to help our clientele avoid the pitfalls that often result in costly lawsuits.


We are committed to being accessible for quick turnaround on client problems. Messages, faxes and Emails are answered promptly, often times on the weekend and almost always within 48 hours of their receipt.


Among our primary areas of concentration are Personal Injury, Family Law, Criminal Defense, and Business Litigation for both Plaintiffs and Defendants. Since 1991, our attorneys have handled numerous personal and business related matters for and against companies and entities as large as The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, the City and County of Los Angeles, Office Depot, Time Warner Cable, Polygram, and UCLA and as small as the sole proprietor along with individual Plaintiffs and Defendants. We welcome your inquiry and look forward to being of service.


The law firm for the world's most important legal matter. . . yours.


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