The Law Office of Mark D. Copoulos was founded on our commitment to the client. We pride ourselves on unparalleled service. Our firm answers all incoming calls from clients, at all hours, and strives to promptly resolve your legal issue. Mark Copoulos is an award winning trial attorney who has litigated thousands of cases.
What Does Winning Mean To You?
One of the first questions Mark Copoulos asks his clients is, “What does winning mean to you?” Winning means different things to different people, in different situations. For some winning is getting out of prison, for others it is vindication in court, for a landlord winning may be obtaining an expensive money judgment against a delinquent tenant. Whatever your definition of winning, there is no substitute for winning.
1000's of Cases
Mark Copoulos is a real trial lawyer. He has litigated thousands of cases in Philadelphia, PA and is recognized as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in Criminal Defense by the National Trial Lawyers. He has garnered dozens of positive reviews and has a nearly perfect rating on Avvo.com.
He cares about your case. If retained by you then you can rest assured he will work tirelessly to obtain the best possible outcome. He will keep you informed. This means offering a free consultation at the outset and returning calls promptly. It means having answers when you call, and providing advice that is reliable.
In all cases, it means being there for follow-up consultations, being available to answer your telephone calls or questions, and responding to emails. We do not ignore our clients. We treat them like our most cherished asset. The Law Office of Mark D. Copoulos is the premiere service based law firm in City of Philadelphia.
What Winning means to Us...
We focus relentlessly on winning your case based on your stated definition. We are simultaneously committed to keeping costs down and charging reasonable prices for services rendered. There will be no mark-ups at the Law Office of Mark D. Copoulos. At the end of the attorney-client relationship if we have not won your case we have not done our job. It is that simple.