If you believe you may need a lawyer, the best thing to do is to consult with an attorney promptly because time limits always apply. Our attorneys will respect your privacy, are respectful to sensitive circumstances and will talk to you or meet with you at your convenience.
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Be Honest.Be sure to give an honest account of your legal problem. Your conversation with your lawyer is private and cannot be discussed with others without your permission.
Notes. It is helpful to have notes or a brief outline or timeline of what happened and when. Sometimes people have this information in their cell phone or calendar.
Documents. Make sure you have all documents that relate to your situation. Documents could be letters, notes, insurance policies, disability plan summaries, employee policy manuals, school handbooks, pay stubs, grievances, incident reports, etc. and are helpful to the lawyer when evaluating your particular case.
Cost. Be ready to discuss how much this will cost. Each situation is considered on an individual basis. We will provide you a written fee agreement.
Listen. The lawyer’s judgments are based on legal training and experience. Lawyers are not magicians and sometimes the best legal advice may not be what you want to hear. Please be assured that your lawyer will provide advice that has your best interests in mind.
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