Qualifications You Should Look for In Your Personal Injury Attorney
After any kind of negligence-related incident resulting in significant injury, it’s easy for you as the victim to want to focus on your own health. One of the last things on your mind in the immediate aftermath is finding legal representation. However, when medical bills begin to pile up and you are unable to work, counsel is one of the most important things you can have.
When it comes to personal injury lawsuits, there are several complexities that must be navigated and you must take the time to ensure you’re hiring the right person to represent you. Before you make a decision, though, you should know what to look for in the attorney you decide to hire.
Experience Is Key
Having an attorney with experience isn’t going to guarantee you success in a personal injury case, but it is one of the most beneficial things you can do to reach the outcome you need. Experience shows that your attorney has been through this before and is not afraid to take on large insurance companies, corporations, or even the government.
A Reputation of Excellence
With experience comes a reputation. In many situations, this means a reputation with many of the defendants, judges, and courts. Find an attorney who knows how courts handle specific matters and who defendants fear. This often leads to quick, yet fair and adequate settlements.
History of Success
While there are countless reasons to pursue justice, personal injury matters are also about helping injured parties receive compensation to cover the expenses associated with their damages. This means having representation who knows how to win.
Our firm has won over $1 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients. This number means so much to us because it shows we’ve received real results for real people enduring real problems. They’ve relied on us and we’ve delivered--and we’ll work to do the same for you.
When you need legal representation for a personal injury lawsuit, remember The Spence Law Firm. We’re known nationwide, have a reputation of excellence, and we stay ready for trial at all times.
For a free consultation of your potential case, call our firm today: (844) 447-5497.