1. Ask Questions - Most personal injury or worker's compensation attorneys, like Attorney T. Morton, will give you a free initial consultation. During this time, you should ask questions. Some key questions you should ask are:
3. Consider the experience the attorney has in dealing with your specific type of case. Experience counts. Ask about it. Additionally, find out if he/she has resources and/or contacts (ex. medical professionals, experts, etc...) that will collaborate with him/her to meet your case's needs.
4. Pay attention to the attentiveness, thoroughness and responsiveness of the attorney. You are more than just another client and should be given the attention you deserve during this difficult time. Are your calls/emails responded to in a timely fashion? Is the attorney taking time to explain to you, in a way that you understand, what is going on with your case? Is it clear that you, and your case, are a priority?
5. Ask for referrals from former clients and/or other attorneys. You may want to consider calling other lawyers (perhaps in non-competing practices) and finding out what the reputation of the attorney you are considering is. Former clients are also likely to give you open and honest insight into what it will be like to work with the attorney.
Choosing an attorney is an important decision. Attorney T. Morton, and her team, are here to serve you. We hope that you will use our five quick tips and consider taking action, with us on your side, today. Call 913.620.7288 or complete our FORM.
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