A law firm very different from the rest

two lawyers Matz and Pietsch

Grand Rapids, Mich. (WOOD) Lawsuits are not fun for anyone. Getting the right help at the right time is crucial. Matz and Pietsch is a law firm ran by two men that care deeply about their clients.

A graduate of the University of Michigan, Steven J. Matz received a Bachelor of Arts degree and later his Juris Doctor degree from The George Washington University National Law Center. Samuel Pietsch received his law degree from Wayne State University in 1979 and has been practicing law with Steven J. Matz since 1988.

Unlike other law firms, Matz and Pietsch charge 10.3 percent less than other law firms. While the Michigan Supreme Court caps the maximum rate any auto injury lawyer can charge a client at 33.3 percent, Matz and Pietsch charge 22 percent and have a no-charge guarantee if they don’t win the case.

In a typical law firm, one lawyer will refer a potential client to another lawyer and both take a cut of the settlement to make the arrangement as lucrative as possible for bother lawyers. Steve J. Matz and Samuel Pietsch choose a different route. They keep all their cases and refer none to other lawyers, which allows them to charge a lower fee.

“The purpose of liability law,” says Matz. “Is to fairly compensate an individual for loss in personal injury. We have the talent and ability to obtain the best result possible for each of our clients.”

Matz and Pietsch serve clients throughout Michigan and will visit clients at their home, office, hospital or rehab facility, sometime driving hundreds of miles to understand the people they’re trying to help and better prepare for their cases. Matz and Pietsch can help you. Contact them at 1-844-893-6398 to learn more.

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