The Importance of the Free Consultation
For years, the free consultation was a tool that many attorneys used to get clients in the door. Today, it has become a staple of the industry, but also provides a number of advantages to those in need of legal assistance. It not only gives injured parties the ability to learn about their rights, it also allows you to build rapport with the person who may be representing you in the future.
THE INFORMATIVE FREE CONSULTATION
The internet and other resources are full of conflicting accounts about how the law works, what you can expect from your case and more. Scheduling a free consultation with an attorney in your area is the best way to get up to speed on the actual laws in your state. In addition, they will be able to give you a much better idea of what your case will entail based on actual details, rather than comparisons with similar cases that people have shared online. Being informed is the best way to achieve a positive resolution after you’ve been in an accident.
BUILDING A RELATIONSHIP
Once the attorney has looked over your case and given you some feedback during the free consultation, you will both need to decide whether or not to move forward with the case. The conversation you have during the consultation is your best chance to build rapport with one another and establish a trusting relationship. If you discover that it is not a good fit during the consultation you can save yourself from a negative experience and find someone else to represent your case. After all, this part is free and you have no obligation to hire anyone.
Sloat Law provides free consultations for personal injury cases in Boulder, Colorado. If you have been involved in an accident and want to learn about your rights to a settlement, contact us today to go over your case and determine what you may be eligible for.
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