Law Offices of Minh C. Wai, P.C. is dedicated to providing quality representation to clients in a variety of areas of law including bankruptcy, personal injury, family law, business/corporate law, contract law, and real estate law. The firm strives to provide clients with fast, friendly and results oriented service to all clients. The firm’s goal is to achieve a favorable result for the client while still providing personal communications between attorney-client, educating the client on the various aspects of the representation, and being responsive to a client’s concerns in his/her time of need.
Attorney Minh C. Wai has over 11 years of experience representing clients in a variety of contexts. Attorney Wai has represented the spectrum of clients from individuals to Fortune 500 corporations. He has also represented private clients, non-profit organizations and public entities. Let his years of experience representing numerous insurance companies be an asset in your personal injury claims. Let his economics and finance background guide your business to the next level or help you through your financial difficulties through bankruptcy. Clients are also comforted with the knowledge that they deal directly with him on a one-on-one basis.
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