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What is an Accident Attorney?

Factors to Consider in Hiring an Attorney

There usually aren’t any risks involved in hiring an accident attorney. If you decide to hire an Atlanta accident attorney, you need to be sure to find a qualified attorney that is the right accident attorney for you. Considering that there are many personal injury attorneys out there who are parlaying their services, it is imperative that you hire the correct accident attorney for your case in order to ensure your success.

What are the factors you should consider when hiring an attorney?

First and foremost, the credibility of the attorney is very important. Ask yourself, does your potential lawyer have enough previous clients, testimonials, and/or a persona that communicates that this attorney is actually an expert in his field and can actually be trusted? Can this attorney point out to previously won cases and the monetary awards he or she has won for such? Does this attorney have an exemplary winning record?

Does your potential lawyer specialize in personal injury accidents? How many years has your potential lawyer actually practiced, and does he charge on an hourly, fixed, or contingent fee basis? If he charges on a contingent fee basis, is the success fee percentage reasonable or within the norm of reputable law offices?

It would be best if you could actually visit the office of your potential personal injury lawyer in order to get a sense of their legitimacy. Even stronger than all those mentioned above, do you have a personal friend or contact that will vouch for the capability of your prospective law firm?

In cases involving accidental personal injury, attorney-client privilege is certainly important since a personal injury case can affect not just the parties involved but their families as well. In many situations, the outcome of this case can make or break the party involved. Above all, part and parcel of a good claim or defense for these types of cases is an attorney-client relationship that is based on trust.

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