Jeffrey Risman of Risman & Risman, P.C. Receives 2013 Clients’ Choice Award

When you choose to use a service or a product, it’s nice to know that you are getting the best. When it comes to legal representation for employment actions, the quality of the service you receive is even more crucial—it can mean the difference of a case won or lost, the difference between a future of financial stability or of financial hardship. When retaining New York Employment Attorney Jeffrey Risman of Risman & Risman, P.C., you can rest assured you are working with a legal professional who only provides the highest caliber of legal representation—clients have attested to it. This attorney recently received the Clients’ Choice Award for 2013 from Avvo due to the high level of top-ranking client reviews he received on his Avvo profile.

Avvo, a lawyer-rating website that is well known in the industry, provides its Clients’ Choice Award to attorneys who have received five or more client reviews with either 4-star or 5-star ratings. Not only has Mr. Risman met that requirement, but he has far exceeded it. His client reviews show that every single category of every single one of his client reviews has attained a 5-star “Excellent” rating (the highest client review rating available).

That means that those who have reviewed Mr. Risman on his profile believed he did the best job possible in multiple areas, which are titled “Trustworthy,” “Responsive,” “Knowledgeable,” and “Kept me informed.” There is also a place where clients can score the attorney’s overall rating.

Mr. Risman and his firm handle a broad spectrum of employment cases. By contacting the firm, you can work with a strong legal professional whose skills have been acknowledged by former clients, but also from his peers from inside and outside of the industry. Contact us today to set up a free initial consultation.

 

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