Frequently Asked Questions
What to expect if you bring a case to us
How will my case be evaluated?
We will listen carefully to your story, ask questions, look at relevant documents and give you a candid legal assessment.
What happens if you decide to take my case?
We will lay out a legal strategy and take the first steps toward getting you fair compensation for your injuries. The majority of our cases are taken on a contingent fee basis. If there is no recovery for you, there is no fee for us.
Will my case go to trial?
We assume every case we take will go to trial, and we prepare as if it will. However, attorneys for large corporations and insurance companies know we will go to trial and have a successful track record of winning, so they often offer significant settlements to avoid the cost of preparing for and going to trial.
What will my role be as the case goes forward?
We will remain in close contact with you. You are our client and you are the person who knows your story. We won’t waste your time, but we will keep you informed about how the case is progressing.
Who will be working on my case?
We have a team of experienced trial lawyers who are backed up by talented associates. Your attorney will always be in charge of your case and the person who provides you counsel. This is what you can expect:
- Attorneys and staff who will listen and show compassion
- A legal team with experience and skill
- An attorney who knows your case backwards and forwards
- An attorney who will provide sound, candid counsel
- A firm that is open and transparent about fees
Is it all right to ask about an attorney’s experience and whether he or she has been sanctioned?
You have every right to ask these and other questions so you have the highest confidence in the attorney you retain to handle your case. We have provided extensive profiles about our team of attorneys on our website and are pleased to answer any question you may have about our record and reputation.
Please contact us immediately if you would like us to evaluate your case.