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Questions to Ask Your Ideal Personal Injury Lawyer

What to Ask Your Ideal Personal Injury Attorney 

Before hiring a personal injury lawyer, it is crucial to ask them as many questions regarding your case as possible. After all, you should have a trusted relationship with your ideal lawyer. Willens & Baez has outlined the questions you should ask. 

What Type of Injury Do You Specialize?

It will help hire an injury lawyer who specializes in your particular claim. Having a long career in handling cases similar to yours means that the lawyer knows what they are doing and can get you superb outcomes. See here for information about the Merits of Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer.

Have You Represented Cases Like Mine Before?

An ideal personal injury lawyer will have handled cases like yours in the past. Ideally, the lawyer should have won most of these cases, and their clients received the compensation they were due. It is a lawyer who has the grounds to negotiate and win your case.

How Often Will We Communicate?

It would help if you were comfortable approaching your injury lawyer about your case’s progression. Therefore, ask them how often you will reasonably communicate. Also, ensure that your lawyer establishes a reliable and convenient means of communication. This way, you can reach them any time you have questions or concerns. 

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Millions in Case Verdicts & Settlements

Over the past two decades, Mr. Willens and his team of Chicago personal injury lawyers have been instrumental in obtaining numerous million-dollar-plus recoveries on behalf of clients in a wide variety of injury cases. One of the personal injury verdicts he was involved in was recognized by The National Law Journal as one of the Top 100 Verdicts in the country in the year in which it was tried. One of the verdicts he helped secure set a state record.



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