Dominic J. Negron

By Rachel Elsberry, Communications Director at Justice for Me

Dominic J. Negron specializes in family and elder law in San Antonio.  Before Justice for Me, when potential clients could not find funds to pay for his legal services up front, he simply could not take them on as clients.  This meant the client didn’t get much-needed legal help and Negron lost business, making it a loss for both the lawyer and the client.  Justice for Me has allowed Negron to take on those clients with financial obstacles to affording legal help.

Dominic J. Negron

Dominic J. Negron specializes in family and elder law in San Antonio.  Before Justice for Me, when potential clients could not find funds to pay for his legal services up front, he simply could not take them on as clients.  This meant the client didn’t get much-needed legal help and Negron lost business, making it a loss for both the lawyer and the client.  Justice for Me has allowed Negron to take on those clients with financial obstacles to affording legal help.

“It’s helped us recapture a lot of income that would have otherwise gone to the wind.” Said Dominic J. Negron, Attorney-at-Law.

Negron’s client base and income have jumped almost 50 percent since Justice for Me, turning it into a win for both the lawyer and the client.

“I’ve had clients cry out of relief when they learn what Justice for Me can do for them.” Said Dominic J. Negron “These are clients with difficult legal problems and no other way to afford legal services.  It’s the first speck of hope many of them have seen in a long time.”

Negron’s clients are extremely pleased with how easy it is to use Justice for Me and with what it provides. He now keeps Justice for Me information at the main desk of his office so clients have access to it when they walk in the door.

“There really isn’t any other service out there like Justice for Me.” Said Negron.

After a client credit check, Justice for Me pays the attorney directly up front on the client’s behalf and retains 15 percent for processing.
The client pays monthly installments to Justice for Me, paying no interest if the loan is paid in full in twelve months. After twelve months, 10 percent interest is assessed on the loan.