How Do I Choose the Best Personal Injury Attorney for My Injury?
What can I say? I really don’t know what I would have done without you and your staff. It was a difficult time for me and you all helped me through it. I have sung your praises and also referred my friend. Thank you again. – Judy K. – Decatur, Georgia
Here Are Some Methods for Choosing an Attorney Prepared By the State Bar of Georgia
There comes a time in nearly everyone’s life where the services of a lawyer are required. To help in this process, this pamphlet was prepared by the State Bar of Georgia to aid and assist individuals and businesses in choosing a lawyer. You should rely only on recommendations of friends or family members who know a lawyer personally, and know that lawyer to be a honest and effective. The (click here) pamphlet provides some very good information that will help your prepare when you meet with one of our Atlanta, Georgia lawyers in regard to your personal injury or wrongful death case.
Some lawyers who advertise never actually represent clients–
and you need a lawyer who does.
How Do I Communicate With Lawyers About My Personal Injury or Wrongful Death Case?
We know that open communication with an attorney is critically important. Our office hours are generally from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. If our regular office hours are inconvenient, we are always willing to talk at other times by appointment. Meetings can be held at any of our firm’s offices or at another location more convenient for you. We are flexible.
After hours, a message can be left in our general telephone mailbox or one can ask for the direct dial extension of a specific attorney.
Will My Personal Injury Case Be Kept Confidential – I Don’t Want Anyone to Know?
We take the confidence our clients have placed in us very seriously and unless granted express permission, will never discuss your matters with any other person or organization outside the firm or our co-counsel.
How Do I Pay for My Attorney and What Happens If I lose?
Many of our clients have significantly fewer financial resources than the well-heeled corporations they oppose who can invest almost limitless time and money in the legal process. For this reason, we work predominantly on a contingent fee basis, meaning we get paid only if we bring a case to a successful conclusion for you. This is true whether such a conclusion is through settlement, judgment, or otherwise. The percentage to which our firm is entitled as an attorney’s fee is specified in our retainer agreement.
Atlanta based personal injury law firm, Attorneys Scott Slappey and Jay Sadd represent victims in personal injury, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation cases throughout Georgia. We appreciate the opportunity to represent you and your loved ones, and the trust that you have placed in us by choosing our law firm.