Suppose you’ve been seriously injured in an accident or are facing a problematic opposing insurance party. In either case, it’s likely a good idea to hire a personal injury attorney to represent you as you seek compensation for any physical or emotional trauma.
Unfortunately, for every solid, competent lawyer out there, there are a dozen bad ones. Here at Rabb & Rabb, PLLC, we’re proud to stand behind our reputation as reputable, aggressive attorneys who always put the client’s needs first. As you search for a personal injury attorney in Arizona, Texas, Colorado, or other areas in the Southwest, these are a few things to keep in mind.
Rooted in Legal Experience
A quality attorney will have verifiable experience representing clients in auto, trucking, or other personal injury matters and will be transparent about their track record and your case’s potential. You can always ask for legal and state credentials and additional questions to better understand the attorney’s or firm’s legal philosophy.
Ensuring the Attorney Wants Your Case
Some firms work on a contingency fee, which hinges on a percentage of what you could receive in compensation. If the compensation amount isn’t sizable enough for the firm, they may not want to take on the case, and that needs to be made clear first and foremost. A lawyer or firm may also decline your case if the odds of winning are not high or it’s too complex for the firm to handle alone.
Understanding Which Attorneys Will Work on Your Case
Firms come in all shapes and sizes. Some firms have one or two attorneys who handle everything, while others have a small army of litigators who tackle different parts of each case. You want to feel respected and valued and working with a firm with the proper bandwidth to take on your case is critical.
The team at Rabb & Rabb, PLLC has more than a decade of experience representing Arizona, Texas, Colorado, and other clients throughout the personal injury lawsuit process and works arduously towards resolutions in their favor. Call (520) 888-6740 today to learn more and schedule a free consultation.