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3 Duties of an Accident Attorney

Duties of a Chicago Accident Attorney That You Need To Know

For most of us, familiarity with accident attorneys comes from newspapers and television shows. However, it is vital to understand that an accident attorney owes clients particular duties. Willens & Baez have discussed some of these duties. They include: 

Duty to Avoid Conflict of Interest

An accident attorney should not represent someone whose interests are adverse to your case. They should stand to fight for their best interests. Discover facts about What Should I Expect when Meeting an Accident Attorney.

Duty of Confidentiality

Everything you discuss with the attorney should not reach the public eye. This will allow you to freely discuss the aspects of your case without fear that conflicting parties will get the information. Also, it helps to avoid compromising your privacy or the outcomes of your case.

Duty to Diligently Represent

If your case warrants trial, an accident attorney should agree to represent your best interests. They should inform you about the aspects of your case and help you to make informed decisions.

Understanding an accident attorney’s primary duties will help you determine if you are receiving adequate legal representation. For more information, call Willens & Baez in Chicago, Rolling Meadows, and Joliet, IL at (312) 957-4166.

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