Bargain Hunting for Attorneys You get what you pay for. Avoid any attorney that offers to take your case for an unusually low fee. Most of these attorneys work for "volume" law firms whose business model succeeds with a lot of clients and little personal attention. Mostly, entry level attorneys will be working on your cases - not experienced battle harden veterans. Worse yet, the attorney may be unqualified to properly handle your case. Remember, if a law firm is telling you something that sounds to good to be true - it probably is. Significant consequences. Whether we are in court defending a hunters rights, helping a client prepare for the hunt of a lifetime or protecting a trademark for a professional hunting television program, we are capable of handling cases with serious consequences. If you are not willing to loose your hunting privileges or cannot fathom the idea of compromising your hunting profession there is no reason to contact another law firm. Personal Attention. In most cases, you cannot "return" an attorney if he or she does not live up to your expectations. We are not a volume law firm and we bring the best to each client. Are you selecting a team of dedicated and experienced Wildlife Lawyers or a single high volume lawyer? Are you paying a law firm simply to take your case or spend time on it? If you are looking for the best result possible, then our Wildlife Lawyers are the best choice for you. Affording a Wildlife Lawyer We don't just bill our clients -- we work with them to find creative ways to help clients with their retainer requirements and legal fees. We will do our best to ensure that we do everything we can to bring the best legal solutions to our client's legal matters in the most cost effective manner. At Wildlife Lawyers, we accept select cases for pro bono representation. If you are interested in having WL help you but cannot afford legal fees, please complete our intake questionnaire. To select potential clients for our pro bono program, we consider each application individually based on a number of factors, including the following: Complexity of legal matter; Political implications of client’s charges; Whether an individual is unable to afford legal services (although the client will not be responsible for legal fees, the client will be responsible for any out-of-pocket expenses such as travel expenses, etc.); Whether resolution of the case would benefit more than one party and/or establish helpful precedent for other members of the armed forces; Mitigating case factors; and Personal history and or prior criminal history.