In a less than perfect world, made up of less than perfect societies, filled with less than perfect professionals, Spotora & Associates recognize the inability of a great majority of law firms to so much as offer a less than expected mission statement:
That they are all the best; that they all have the most qualified attorneys; that client satisfaction is their main concern; that you are not just their client, but you are their friend; that you read this on ten other Web sites.
So while it’s important in life to be able to laugh at oneself, and as attorneys, vital to be able to laugh at our profession, we also realize that the reasons for which you come to us are not laughing matters. To that end, we take your matters as seriously as you do.
At Spotora & Associates, we pledge:
To provide our clients with a level of service that exceeds their expectations and raises the legal profession’s benchmark for such.
To be the attorneys our clients had hoped to find when wondering if such a caliber of lawyers still existed.
To deliver services that foster client enthusiasm and loyalty while building enduring client relationships through the provision of legal solutions that are in harmony with our clients’ needs.
To inspire associates and affiliates, harness their energy and passion and increase their commitment to achieving our goals and objectives while continuously searching for new ways to improve our performance so that we may maintain these very ideals.
“The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.”
– William Shakespeare
“If I had but one life to give for my country, it would be a lawyer’s.”
– Author unknown. Although likely said by many.
What’s the difference between a shame and a pity?
If a busload of lawyers goes over a cliff, and there are no survivors, that’s known as a pity. If there were any empty seats, that’s a shame.