Frequently Asked Questions

Does Bass Law Firm offer pro bono services?

No, Bass Law Firm does not provide pro bono services. We are a private law firm that operates on a fee-for-service basis. Our primary focus is providing high-quality legal representation to our clients in exchange for professional fees.

What services does Bass Law Firm provide?

Bass Law Firm specializes in various legal areas, including but not limited to personal injury, criminal defense, family law, and estate planning. Craig is dedicated to providing high-quality legal representation and tailored solutions to our clients’ needs.

How can I contact Bass Law Firm?

You can reach us by phone at (903) 212-2608. Additionally, you can visit our office located at 440 North Fredonia S., Longview, Texas 75601. Our team is available during regular business hours to assist you.

How much will it cost to hire Bass Law Firm?

The cost of hiring an attorney may vary depending on the nature and complexity of your case. We offer a free initial consultation to evaluate your situation and discuss potential legal strategies. During this consultation, we can provide you with information about our fees and payment options.

Can I schedule a consultation about my case?

Yes, you can schedule a consultation with our firm by contacting our office. We understand the importance of discussing your legal matters directly, and we will work with you to find a convenient time for the consultation.

Is my consultation confidential?

Yes, your consultation with us is confidential. We uphold strict ethical standards and maintain the confidentiality of all client communications.

What should I bring to my initial consultation?

During your initial consultation, it would be helpful to bring any relevant documents or information related to your case. This may include contracts, court documents, medical records, or any other pertinent materials that can provide a better understanding of your situation.

The duration of a legal process can vary significantly depending on the nature of the case, court schedules, and other factors. Some cases may be resolved in a matter of weeks, while others can take several months or longer. During your consultation, we can provide a better estimate based on the details of your specific situation.