Why it Pays to Hire an Injury Lawyer Who Has Made Their Own Injury Claim
There simply is no substitute for more than three decades of legal experience and empathy.
All personal injury cases involve unexpected encounters with others which goes the wrong way whether it be a car accident, slip and fall accident, or a product liability claim. A personal injury and serious accident and injury lawyer who has represented thousands of clients over many decades has a lot of wisdom that only comes with decades of experience, and in fact, if you are lucky enough to have such a lawyer who has also been intimately involved with the personal injury case involving a family member of his own family, he understands what it is to walk in the client’s shoes.
Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney
Many clients have come to my law firm after a frustrating experience with another lawyer who did not communicate in a timely or responsible manner with the client or victim’s family members after they had already been burdened by the financial and emotional pressures of a tragic accident. After the initial meeting, the smiling lawyer dropped off of the “communications map”. When a personal injury lawyer is retained to represent a victim and their family after a catastrophic injury or wrongful death has occurred, it is perhaps one of the most important relationships that will ever be formed between individuals who may not have ever known each other before. It is important that the lawyer and the client communicate and make all major decisions together and have open conversations in a civil professional and cordial fashion. Litigation breeds anxiety in clients. It is important that the attorney communicate realistic ideas about the value of the client=s case and their prospects of success clearly and candidly.
The experienced catastrophic injury and wrongful death lawyers of The Reiff Law Firm have been litigating legal claims on behalf of injured clients involving medical malpractice, amusement park liability, defective products, and premise liability since 1979 and we always try to carefully explain the elements and issues of each case to all potential clients as well as explaining our burden of proof. As each case is unique, it is impossible to determine the value of a case in the initial stages, and past results do not necessarily guarantee similar results in a similar case. When something bad happens to a client, it is human nature to want to hear good news. However, one must be honest and candid with the client for the client to understand that our civil justice system is based on concepts of fairness and reasonable restitution. Many clients mistakenly think that because they were in an accident, they are guaranteed a retirement check. This is not always the case.
When you go to a lawyer with decades of experience, it is analogous to going to a tailor to have a suit custom made. Every situation will be different and the experienced lawyer like the experienced tailor knows how to fit the unique facts of the situation in a custom and individual fashion in order to maximize the result. Years of experience not only benefits the client but also serves as an advantage when dealing or negotiating with insurance companies and defense attorneys who understand the character traits and integrity standards maintained by a particular lawyer or law firm.
The Experienced Catastrophic Injury and Wrongful Death Lawyers
The Reiff Law Firm have successfully represented tens of thousands of catastrophically injured victims
We understand the financial pain and emotional pressures that victims and their families suffer as a result of an unexpected accident. We always offer a free, no-obligation consultation. For more information, contact us toll-free at (215) 246-9000 or online to speak with one of our attorneys.
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