Our Practice

What We Do For Our Clients
Attorney Experience 
Affordable
Teamwork
What to Expect

Hiring an attorney can be very costly. Our firm is committed to trying to help clients, without their having to go broke.  In some cases, the firm can provide legal services for a contingent fee, with clients only paying the firm from recoveries obtained for the client by the firm.

A client is generally best served if the law firm that represents the client has a team approach to the representation.   With a team approach, a client is not treated less favorably than other clients, because of which attorney is "the client's attorney."  At Tummel & Casso, no case is assigned to one attorney, because  the whole firm works for each client.

Civil disputes and litigation are "civilized" forms of combat.  Tummel & Casso exists to fight for its clients, within the bounds of the law.  The firm's clients often express surprise, when they gain insight into how much and how hard the firm fights for its clients.  As a former client said about Tummel & Casso in responding to a recent survey, "I believe they spared no effort and they spared no expense, in getting a very good outcome in my case."   

The firm's attorneys bring superior academics and perseverance to their work, for their clients' successes.  The firm's attorneys have represented clients in many types of civil cases, other than family law cases, and the following list of civil case types is representative but not exhaustive.    

  • Birth Injuries
  • Personal Injuries
  • Wrongful Death 
  • Commercial Disputes 
  • Real Estate Disputes
  • Loan Disputes
  • Insurance Disputes
  • Contract Disputes
  • Wills, Trusts and Probate Cases
  • Regulatory Disputes
  • Fraud Cases
  • Collection Cases
  • Utility Disputes
  • Professioanl Malpractice
  • Product Defect Cases
  • Intellectual Property Disputes

Each of the firm's attorneys has more than 20 years of full-time relevant legal practice experience, is a graduate of Harvard University, has never been held to have engaged in unprofessional conduct, has never been sanctioned by a court, has never been denied bar membership or privileges, has always been in good standing with the state bar organizations to which admitted, and maintains professional liability  insurance coverage.