Will my lawyer help me after my case settles?
If you have been injured and decide to pursue a claim in order to receive compensation, you will hire a personal injury lawyer to represent you.
The lawyer you hire will work on your behalf to build your case, collect all of the necessary documents and evidence, and deal with the insurance company and the other party. You will communicate directly with your lawyer on a regular basis as you work toward a settlement. Read more about communicating with your lawyer throughout the legal process.
Throughout the legal process, you will spend a significant amount of time with your lawyer. For this reason, we believe that it is imperative to make sure you are not only confident in their legal abilities, but that you also feel comfortable with their personality.
So, we have established that your lawyer will be by your side throughout the course of your case, which could take months or years. But what about when your case is settled, will they continue to communicate with you, make sure you’re doing alright, or keep in touch regarding other matters?
The answer to this question depends on who you hire to represent you. The lawyers and staff at our office keep in touch with past clients long after their cases are settled. We consider our clients to be our family. We respect them, understand the difficult situation they have gone through, and oftentimes we feel as though we become more than just their law office, but their friends.
Helping Past Clients
If a past client came to use for assistance, whether it be regarding their previous case that we handled, or a question about a different matter, we would most definitely help them in any way that we can. That is the type of office we are. We truly care about the individuals that we represent.
If you are seeking a lawyer that will not only represent you well in the legal space, but will also truly care about your well being, call our office at 800.637.8170. Our lawyers are available to assist you and can answer any of the questions that you have.