FINDING A LAWYER
Most people don't know a lawyer. Most people never need a lawyer. Besides a business lawyer or a real estate attorney, many people never need to look for a lawyer. On my website you'll find many articles, blog posts and video tips that explain what you need to look for when choosing an attorney.
The most important thing you need to know when deciding on an attorney is what questions to ask a lawyer. You need to become an informed consumer so that you can make an educated decision about which attorney is right for you.
Here are some things for you to consider when deciding on which lawyer you should choose:
- Big firm or small firm?
- Family lawyer or experienced medical malpractice and accident trial lawyer?
- New York city law firm or Long Island law firm?
- Solo practitioner or large firm?
- Fancy office furnishings or simple and plain?
- Law firm reputation and experience
- Do they offer personal attention?
- Do you deal with the senior partner from day one, or the junior associate until your case gets to trial?
- Do you want a firm where they ask you to spell your name each time you call, or a firm that knows you by your first name?
All of these questions will help you become a better-educated legal consumer.
I invite you to explore my website to learn how cases like yours work and to read the articles below to give you a better understanding of how to find which attorney is right for you.
How to Choose a New York Lawyer From the Yellow Pages
New York Car Accident Attorney-Top Ten Things To Look For When Choosing A Lawyer
How to Choose a New York Lawyer From a TV Commercial
Looking for an attorney? Here are 5 tips to help you understand attorney advertising online.
The Straight Truth About Lawyer Advertising
NY Negligence Lawyer-The Large Law Firm Trap
How To Find a Medical Malpractice Lawyer in New York
As always, if you have legal questions, I urge you to pick up the phone and call me since I can answer your legal questions; That's what I do every day! You can reach me at 516-487-8207 or by email: [email protected] The call is free and I really don't bite. I welcome your call.