If you’ve recently been through some sort of trauma – maybe you’ve been injured because of someone else’s carelessness, or perhaps you lost someone you love because of someone else’s negligence – you may be considering hiring an attorney. It can be a difficult decision, but, thankfully, Laurie Robbins, an Atlanta attorney, offers free consultations to help you decide what to do next.
How will a free consultation help me?
Your consultation isn’t just a chance for an attorney to give you a sales pitch. It is a chance to have an in-depth discussion about everything that has happened – you’ll be asked a lot of questions. You’ll discuss the facts of your case and whatever injuries you have sustained.
To get the most out of your time with your attorney, make sure you bring any documentation you have, including police reports, insurance policies, medical bills and records, and names and contact information of those who were involved in the incident and any witnesses. Even if you are missing any documentation, you shouldn’t put off your appointment.
But the questions should go both ways. This is also your chance to decide if you would like to hire the lawyer you are consulting with. Ask them about their experience and how long they have practiced law, how many cases they have handled that are similar to yours, what they think the odds are of winning your case, what their strategy for winning would be if you hired them, and, of course, how much it will cost to pursue your case. Don’t be afraid to ask whatever other questions are on your mind as well.
By the end of your free consultation, you’ll know:
• If your case is strong enough to pursue
• What you’ll have to do next
• What obstacles you may be facing
• What your case may be worth
If you are trying to decide whether you should hire an attorney or not, a free consultation can help. Contact the office of Laurie Robbins in Atlanta, at 404-252-8117, today to schedule your free consultation. Ms. Robbins has the experience, knowledge, and compassion you need at this difficult time.