Breaking Down the Process Part 1: Hiring a Lawyer
A serious accident or loved one’s death is, for most, the worst thing imaginable. The emotional and physical toll of these unexpected tragedies can leave you feeling overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next, asking: Should I hire a potentially pricey lawyer? Will I be better compensated if I just do it myself?
Many firms will gloss over the process in an attempt to lower your expectations and keep you out of it.
Our firm is different. We are always here for you. We are selective with cases because we value quality and personal relationships over quantity and numbers. This means you will be able to reach us and talk to us about case developments, and we will keep you updated as your case progresses.
Empower yourself by learning about the process. This blog series will go through the process – Hiring a Lawyer, Filing the Lawsuit, Our Investigation & Discovery, Mediation & Getting the Best Possible Settlement, and Knowing When to Go to Trial.
We believe that money should not be a factor in the quality of your representation. Our firm is not paid unless we win your case. The initial call and meeting are always free, and we aren’t there to convince you against your better interest. We’ll only advise you to pursue legal action if we genuinely think you will be happy with the result.
In order to properly convey the the emotional and physical injuries you have been through, we will pay for and hire experts as needed. Alongside moving cases very quickly, we’ve been able to quickly negotiate. We’re starting a blog series that goes back to the basics. What should you do if you’ve been injured? Part 1 starts with the decision to hire or not to hire – take a look here: top settlements. If we don’t recovery money, you do not have to pay anything. When we do, you will be well compensated and we will negotiate with your medical providers to significantly lower your bills.
Want to learn more? Like us on Facebook to stay updated on this blog series, visit the Video Center, and meet our team. If you need immediate help, please call us. We’ll assess your case and help you decide if legal action is necessary.