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What To Expect from the first Consultation with an Ideal Personal Injury Lawyer

Ideal Personal Injury Attorney First Consultation Expectations

Your initial meeting with an attorney is of the utmost importance. It allows you to know more about your lawyer and how they will handle your case. Your lawyer will hold an open discussion regarding your issue at the first meeting.

Understanding the Aspects of Your Case

A personal injury lawyer will need to understand your case before deciding the next action course fully. It is through detailed questions and discussions surrounding the aspects of your case. Information about Things You Should Consider When Hiring an Injury Lawyer can be found here. 

Explaining the Legal Process

An ideal injury lawyer will offer insights on how your case can proceed towards a favorable outcome. A good lawyer will walk you through the process. This way, you will understand how the lawyer will work on your behalf.

Determining Your Role in the Injury Case

Do not overlook your role in the injury case. In the initial Consultation, an injury lawyer will explain the steps you will take for your case’s success. At Willens & Baez, we encourage clients to attend all medical appointments and remain honest in every step of the process. This way, we can build a strong case and have the grounds to fight for their best interests.

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Why Choose Willens & Baez

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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