The Snyderman Law Firm provides exceptional legal work and aggressive representation, and we’re committed to being there for our clients. Once we accept your case, we’ll fight for you as if it were our own. Our staff is professional, experienced, and friendly, and we understand the importance of good communication between client and lawyer. We’ll keep you up to date on everything that's happening with your case, and we welcome your calls whenever you have a question. Chuck Snyderman gives every client his personal attention, and that's why we don't accept a high volume of cases.
We can't be experts in every area of the law, and so our focus is on business law, protecting students from bullying at school, auto accidents and other personal injury cases, medical malpractice, real estate settlements and disputes, and the preparation of wills. We don’t handle divorces or other family law matters, criminal defense work, taxes or complex estate planning. If you call us about one of these matters, we’ll be happy to refer you to other attorneys who we are confident will be able to help you.
Chuck’s philosophy is to promptly and professionally provide every client with high quality legal services at an affordable cost. We strive to maintain a reputation for efficiency, integrity, and professionalism. Our relationship with our clients is founded on trust and confidence, and most of the cases we handle are referred to us by former satisfied clients. Because we are a one attorney firm, your work is never assigned to another attorney. We don't screen calls or hide behind voice mail. If it's important enough for you to call our office, then it's important to us that you get to speak with a real person every time you call.
We represent clients throughout Delaware, including Wilmington, Newark, New Castle, Hockessin, Pike Creek, Middletown, Newport, Stanton, Elsmere, Bear, Odessa, Townsend, Smyrna, Dover, Milford, Rehoboth and Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Seaford, Milton, Georgetown, and Lewes, New Castle County, Kent County and Sussex County.
Located in Pike Creek Valley
11 Middleton Drive
Wilmington, DE 19808
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