November Newsletter 2020

Whether you’re injured through no fault of your own, hurt at work, need legal defense, help with family matters, or you need to settle a loved one’s estate, there are a hundred of reasons why you might need to call upon an attorney’s expertise. Most people aren’t sure how to pick the right attorney or what they need to start their case.

The good news is that your friendly neighborhood attorney can help you gather everything you need to make your claim and they can even help you find other attorneys who focus on cases similar to yours.

Handling Paperwork

Paperwork is perhaps the most intimidating aspect of any legal case. Even a minor case requires extensive documentation, phone calls, and emails. It can all feel pretty intimidating if you’re unfamiliar with the legal process and can make it seem difficult to start your case.


Remember that your attorney’s job is to make your life easier. They can handle all the paperwork, phone calls, evidence, and negotiating, giving you breathing room to focus on what’s important. That difference can have an enormous impact on your well-being, especially when dealing with the stresses of a legal case.
 

Attorney Referrals

Typically, each attorney focuses on one element of law. So what happens if you’re most comfortable with your attorney who focuses on personal injury cases, but you need help settling an estate? Your favorite attorney might off you a referral.

Attorneys network with other law firms they trust to help you through a difficult time. If you’re overwhelmed by the sheer number of law firms in your area, consider asking an attorney you trust to refer you to a law firm they trust. Through these referrals, your favorite attorney can help you find the right law firm to handle your next case, even if it’s outside of their normal purview.

If you’d like to schedule a free consultation with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney from The Law Offices of Delitala, please don’t hesitate to send us an email or call (888) 676-0125 to get started.