Heidi Goebel and Mark Anderson are civil litigators who met years ago while practicing at a prior firm. Heidi’s legal experience primarily focused on product liability and commercial and securities litigation, while Mark was mostly involved in representing insurance companies and litigating insurance contract and personal injury claims.
Heidi and Mark soon discovered that they share a common perspective on how a law firm should be managed, and how it should approach the goals of providing service and value to its clients. Over time, they decided to form their own law firm, and to apply their experience to provide excellent legal work and outstanding client service in an enjoyable work environment. This is how the law firm of Goebel Anderson PC (“GAPC”) came to be.
To the lawyers at GAPC, clients do not merely represent a distant voice over the phone, or a monthly invoice. Rather, GAPC works to get to know its clients, including their businesses and needs, in order to provide them with the legal work they require, and to avoid burdening them with unnecessary services. GAPC is proud of the fact that many of its clients have been contacting Heidi and Mark for several years on a repeat basis for legal assignments and consultations — evidencing the success of the Firm in achieving its goal of creating client confidence through the provision of great litigation services at a reasonable cost.
GAPC understands that businesses have a duty to budget for and carefully monitor legal expenses. It is accordingly happy to provide litigation budgets and cost projections — as well as alternative fee agreements — to its clients to help them manage their expenses, plan for the future, and avoid the unpleasant surprise of unexpected financial obligations related to litigation.
GAPC is proud to have been certified by the Women's Business Enterprise National Council ("WBENC") as a majority woman-owned, operated and controlled business. The Firm expects to grow, and as that process moves along, it is committed to taking appropriate action to employ, and advance in employment, qualified women and other persons with diverse backgrounds.