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Taming the Legal Tornado

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The first thing you are going to notice about Andrew Geisterfer and the rest of the legal team at Masuch Albert LLP is that they answer calls.

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Looking for a well established lawyer in an Edmonton law firm who takes pride in answering client calls? Meet Andrew P. Geisterfer.

For this legal team, answering the phone is nothing special. It is not an interruption. It is not a courtesy. It's just part of the job.

"I think it is very important to answer the phone when your client calls," says Andrew. "That's why I am on the phone a lot and it is also why I sometimes can't answer immediately, but I try very hard to make sure that is the exception."

He gets at least 15 calls a day - no surprise since anyone who calls him "is not on the clock". His callers include not just existing clients, but also former clients and individuals he has never even met. "If I am not busy with urgent client business, I am going to answer the call."

When you meet Andrew for the first time, you are going to notice that he does not wear the typical power suit. "I prefer business casual because I think that helps put my clients at ease."

Feel free to ask any question (there is no such thing as a bad question) and don't be surprised if Andrew finds just the right moment to share with you a humorous story. "I like to laugh," says Andrew. "I find it helps, especially if the client comes to me feeling stressed about something."

He says many clients view their cases as legal tornados that are beyond control. "My job is to tame that tornado and, in the process, give the client the peace of mind that comes with knowing everything is being handled."

Why settle for less? Contact Andrew today online or by phone to request your free introductory consultation.

Legal Scenario

Leaking basement

"I moved into my new home in early January and at that time there appeared to be no issues with my basement. However, when the usual spring thaw came in April I noticed that my basement was leaking. What should I do?"

What Would Andrew Recommend?

This scenario highlights the importance of having a property inspection done before you sign a deal. A property inspector is trained to see thing you don’t see. For example, in the winter, when everything is frozen, you are not going to see any water accumulation in your basement and you may therefore assume it is dry. A trained and experience home inspector will look for stains on a wall or other indicators that there was a leak during the summer months. It’s even better if you also have the sellers expressly warrant that the property has never been subject to flooding and they are not aware of any flooding issues with the home. That way you have a legal recourse if it turns out that they were not being honest.

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