Somera Law Group

Somera-GilWhile there may be many attorneys offering to help you, the attorney you ultimately choose will make all the difference in your case.  Our office takes pride in the commitment and dedication we provide to our clients to give you the most exceptional service and representation available.

Through beginning to end, we will be there with you every step of the way.  We truly take your best interests into consideration.

Our office also takes pride in personally interacting with our clients and building personal relationships.  We will return your phone within 1 business day from the date that you call or will have one of our paralegals or clerical staff personnel available to answer your questions.  We are never too busy for our clients.

Our attorneys enjoy the reputation for thoroughness and credibility among members of the legal justice system.  Local judges and attorneys recognize and respect our qualifications and accomplishments.  Our firm’s goal is to work towards a fair resolution of your concerns, while avoiding unnecessary public exposure of private issues, in an efficient, cost-effective manner.

Located within Stockton, Somera Law Group provides legal representation throughout Central and Northern California.

Our trial lawyers and paralegals have over 60 years of combined experience handling DUI Defense – Criminal Law / Major Felonies – Business Consulting – Business Transactions and Formations – Civil Rights Litigation – Personal Injury and Accidents – Administrative Law Hearings – Facility Care Licensing.

Local judges and attorneys recognize and respect our firm’s qualifications and accomplishments. Our reputation was built on a foundation focused on providing our clients with aggressive and dedicated representation. Efficient and effective representation is what we offer at Somera Law Group.

Contact our office today to schedule a consultation to discuss your legal concern.

 

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