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Don’t Leave Your Consultation without Asking These 3 Questions

One of the most important parts of your personal injury case is the initial consultation with your attorney. Not only do you get to discuss your legal options, but you also have the chance to ask your attorney questions so you can get a feel for their experience as well as how your case could potentially unfold. If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident caused by another party’s negligent actions, you need to hold them responsible for the cost of your damages.

Accidents that cause a serious injury can be very devastating. You have already suffered physically and emotionally, so make sure you don’t also suffer financially. Contact the Cedar Rapids personal injury lawyers of Leehey Olson Law, P.C. today at (319) 294-4424 to review your situation with an experienced attorney.

Questions You Should Ask

During your consultation you should make sure you talk openly and honestly with your attorney. The following questions are worth considering when you are first discussing your case with a lawyer:

1. Will you be the attorney that personally handles my case?

Unfortunately, there are some situations in which the attorney you meet doesn’t actually handle your case. Make sure you know exactly who will be working on your case at all times.

2. Do you have time to take on a new case right now?

Attorneys can be very busy. Make sure he or she has adequate time to dedicate to your case.

3. Are you experienced with this type of case?

Make sure he or she has experience handling the type of personal injury case that you are looking to file.

These questions may provide a better understanding of the representation you will be offered by the attorney you chose.

Contact Us

Contact the Cedar Rapids personal injury lawyers of Leehey Olson Law, P.C. today at (319) 294-4424 to talk a member of our dedicated legal team today.

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