Auman, Mahan & Furry approaches litigation differently from law firms with “litigation departments.” We do not believe in maintaining a group of attorneys whose livelihood depends solely on clients becoming embroiled in lawsuits. We do believe every attorney in our firm should be able to capably pursue a matter to litigation if necessary. All of our attorneys regularly carry a litigation caseload as a part of their practice. When litigation does occur, we are able to assign an attorney who is very knowledgeable in the substantive area involved, and who is also a trained and experienced litigator.
Our law firm’s goal is to avoid litigation when possible through sound counseling and preventive risk management tactics. Unfortunately, litigation is sometimes unavoidable. If you become party to a lawsuit, we will sensibly staff your case with the best attorney for your case, taking into consideration all circumstances. We will aggressively protect your interests.
Regardless of which Auman, Mahan & Furry attorney handles your case, we all share a common philosophy. When possible, settlement and alternative dispute resolution procedures should be considered – at the early stages of a case and periodically throughout – but only when in the best interest of the client as an alternative to time-consuming and expensive litigation. When there is no alternative to litigation, we will manage your case effectively, efficiently, and aggressively.
We at Auman, Mahan & Furry have built our litigation practice to deliver the best possible service as efficiently as possible. Except in extraordinary circumstances, you will work primarily with one or two experienced attorneys who will handle all aspects of your case from beginning to end. Unlike larger firms with layers of inexperienced associates, Auman, Mahan & Furry has built its litigation practice on experienced attorneys who know their way around the state and federal court systems.
Auman, Mahan & Furry’s ultimate commitment to you is providing cost-effective, quality representation prior to and during litigation.