FAQ/Flexible Pricing

Yes. Rob accepts debit cards and credit cards via LawPay’s secure online portal (LawPay is a widely used method for lawyers to accept payments). Rob accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. He can email a secure payment link to you, or he can process your payment over the phone if that is easier for you.

Rob will usually respond to you the same day, but if he is in trial or a deposition/mediation/etc., you will definitely hear back from him within 24 hours at the latest.

Yes. If you become Rob’s client, you will have his cell phone number and email address, and you may contact him at any time.

When cases involve personal injury, medical malpractice or nursing home/elder abuse, Rob does not charge a retainer.

With other types of cases, a retainer is not always required. For instance, in many situations, a client simply wants to know what their legal rights/obligations are, whether they have a case or liability exposure, and what their options are regarding a matter. When this happens, Rob can usually offer to review the relevant documents and have a follow-up conversation with the client for a fixed-fee. During that follow-up conversation, Rob will candidly explain the strengths/weaknesses he sees and lay out the available options. Also, with select business/commercial litigation matters, Rob will accept the case using a contingency fee.

No. There are no junior lawyers on staff. Rob Hadden has over 21 years of litigation experience. A legal assistant cannot render legal advice, so Rob will be in charge of your case.

Yes. Rob will send you copies of all relevant documents as your case progresses. Also, he will discuss strategy with you on a regular basis, and at any time, you may call or email Rob with any questions. There are no bad questions. Rob is here for you.

Yes. After having the initial consultation with Rob, if you do not move forward with him, he will be happy to provide you with a referral.