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Tips To Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

Tips To Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney in Illinois

Many injury lawyers are advertising their services. Unfortunately, not all lawyers position themselves to deliver what they promise. Therefore, you should be careful to ensure you’re hiring the right personal injury lawyer to handle the job. Willens & Baez has highlighted the tips to help in your search. 

Choose a Lawyer Based on Your Type of Injury Case

Personal injury is a broad category of law. It carries everything from car accidents and medical malpractice to wrongful death. You can quickly narrow down your search by looking for an attorney specializing in your type of injury. Discover facts about Elements of a Personal Injury Claim.

Find an Injury Lawyer with Extensive Experience

You should choose an injury lawyer with at least five years of experience. The lawyer will understand your case’s aspects, relevant law, and how to craft a strong legal argument. When you meet the lawyer for the initial consultation, make sure to ask various questions to determine if they have the right level of experience.

Look for a lawyer with a Solid Reputation.

A lawyer’s reputation will give insights into the quality of their practice. Lawyers with excellent reputations will have a track record of success and have gained respect among their peers. You can check on their official websites for clients’ reviews and testimonials. 


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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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