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Who We Won't Refer You To

There are many good attorneys in the United States. However, there are some lawyers that, even though they may be financially successful, do not conduct themselves in a manner that reflects well upon the legal field in general. Some examples include:

  • Lawyers who prey upon the fears of their clients.
  • Lawyers who talk down to their clients and fail to answer their clients’ questions.
  • Lawyers who don’t return phone calls (either to their clients or opponents).
  • Lawyers who have their support staff contact the client on important issues rather than call the client themselves.
  • Lawyers who don’t make it clear to their clients what options are available to them.
  • Lawyers who don’t communicate all important developments.

Who We Won't Refer You To

Benefits generally include payment of medical bills, payment for a portion of lost wages, and compensation if your injury is permanent. Benefits are usually paid by the employer’s insurance company. Many businesses are required by law to carry workers’ compensation insurance.

The workers’ compensation system is a trade-off. You can’t sue your employer, even if they were at fault. And you generally cannot recover for your pain and suffering. On the other hand, employees get compensation, regardless of fault in most cases, without having to go through a lengthy court battle. There are some situations in which you can file a lawsuit against a third party. For example, if you were injured on someone else’s property, you might be able to sue the property owner. If you were injured by a defective product, such as a machine, you may be able to sue the manufacturer.