We welcome inquires from prospective clients or their professional advisors.  Interested persons may make inquiry of us about potential representation by submitting contact and other information to us via the following web form and subject to the understanding and terms and conditions notes below in the Disclosure Acknowledgment and Disclaimer.
Your Name
Street Address
Zip Code
E-Mail Address
Have you consulted any other lawyers about this matter? Yes  No
If So, who?
How did you learn about us?
What is the best time and manner for us to contact you?

About Your Case

Please list all the people and/or companies that are seeking representation.
Please list the people or companies who are adverse to you in this matter.
Please enter a very brief description of you potential case.
Where is the case located?  
How much money do you believe is in this dispute?
When did your injury or damages first occur?
Does the other side have legal counsel?  Yes  No
If so, who?

Disclosure Acknowledgement and Disclaimer

By filling out this form, you acknowledge that neither the Law Offices of A. Peter Rausch, Jr., nor any lawyer or staff member associated with the firm in any capacity, has undertaken to represent you at this time or at any time absent an express written agreement that clearly established an attorney - client relationship.

Any decision to accept a particular engagement will occur only after personal contact with a prospective client, our favorable review and analysis of the potential case, project, transaction or matter, and an affirmative written and communicated decision on our part to accept an engagement. At this time we have NOT reviewed any facts nor been involved in performing any detailed legal or factual analysis, nor conducted any consultation with experts regarding the subject matter of anything submitted through this website inquiry form.

All persons making inquiry of us should note that California law requires legal actions to be commenced within certain specific time limits or the right to sue may be forever lost. If the date on which an applicable time limit expires has passed or passes before action is taken, other unexpired time limits or ways around the otherwise applicable time period may be available, but reliance on them should be avoided if at all possible. THE LAW OFFICES OF A. PETER RAUSCH, JR., IS NOT OFFERING ANY ADVICE REGARDING THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS OR ANY OTHER LEGAL ADVICE APPLICABLE TO ANY POTENTIAL MATTER

I have read and agree to the Disclosure:  Yes No