At The Klein Law Group, P.C., we understand that most people would rather resolve their workers' compensation issues without having to hire a lawyer. However, having the right attorney on your side can often mean the difference between success and failure on your claim. How do you choose the right attorney for your case?
Most workers' compensation law firms offer a free consultation, which gives you a chance to ask the attorney questions and determine if you feel comfortable working with you. Ultimately, you should choose a lawyer who makes you feel at ease and confident in their abilities. Below we have provided a few questions that can help you gather the information you need and make the right decision.
The Klein Law Group, P.C., is proud to assist other attorneys in matters involving workers' compensation and other employment issues. We understand that when you refer a client to us, your own reputation is on the line as well. Our extensive knowledge, coupled with our client-oriented philosophy, helps us facilitate the very best result in your workers' compensation and personal injury cases.
How long have you been practicing workers' compensation law? Workers' compensation law is highly complex and varies from state to state. Many people prefer to work with experienced lawyers who have handled many workers' compensation claims before. Also consider asking how much of his or her practice is dedicated to this area of the law.
Why do you practice law? Your lawyer should make you feel comfortable and taken care of. Pay attention to the attorney's personality and style to ensure they are a good fit for you and your case.
Have you handled many cases like mine? Experience isn't just about how many years a lawyer has been practicing. It's also about what types of cases he or she has handled before – and what the results were. If a lawyer has never handled a case involving injuries like yours, it may be wise to look at some other options.
How often do you settle claims? This can help you determine if an attorney is confident taking a case to trial. If an attorney says he or she settles all of his or her cases, outside of court, consider whether you are comfortable with that. Are you also against the idea of going to trial, or do you want an attorney who is willing to fight for you no matter where your case goes?
Call Today for a Free Consultation
For answers to all of your questions about your workers' compensation claim, we encourage you contact our offices in Manhattan or Queens for a free initial consultation. Please call 917-639-5350 or 1-877-390-8732 toll free.