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You will not be charged for submitting information via our website. You will not be charged for our Client Services Team’s response to your inquiry. If we offer you a consultation with one of our attorneys, there may be a fee for the consultation. We normally provide free consultations in cases involved wrongful death, serious physical injury, criminal arrests, and DUI arrests. We do not offer free consultations in other areas of the law. You will be advised of the consultation fee before you meet with or speak with one of our attorneys.