An Attorney dedicated to his craft!
I started working with Warren about two years ago. My matter recently concluded and I am beyond pleased with him throughout this whole process. Mr. Geller always spoke with compassion and confidence, which always made me feel like I chose the right firm
to represent me. One of the things I appreciated the most is that he was always upfront with me when it came to certain decisions that needed to be made in my case. My case was a bit of an emotional roller coaster for me personally, but he always provided reasonable expectations and took the time to explain the pros and cons of each option available in my case. I always had a sense of relief after speaking with him.
Lastly, I have to applaud his responsiveness. Whenever I had a question, I always received a prompt and thorough explanation via phone call or email.
Overall, I highly recommend Attorney Geller.
Warren Geller is a trial attorney with nearly two decades of experience in Clark County, Nevada. Mr. Geller routinely successfully defends category A felony cases, including defending individuals falsely accused of sexual assault.
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