• Deanna Clark-Esposito

5 Reasons Why You Want To Have An Attorney By Your Side

Updated: Mar 29

Is your company in trouble? Are you going through a government audit or investigation and are worried about managing it on your own? Ready to sign a contract but unsure if your interests are sufficiently protected?

In this video, Associate Attorney, Susan Steinman, is going to reveal 5 reasons you want to have an attorney on your side if you’re dealing with a government investigation of any kind, or any legal issue for that matter.

If you are currently under investigation or you know you may be in the future, you probably have a lot of questions running through your mind. Susan is here to answer those questions, so check out this video. You will hear Susan's answers to questions like:

  • Is it easy to follow government agencies' set rules and regulations?

  • Why should you have an attorney on your side when you're dealing with an audit or investigation?

  • How involved are government investigations?

  • What do potential clients have to gain from having an attorney on their side?

  • What do potential clients have to lose from not having the help of an attorney?

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