Friday, September 30, 2011

Tip 8


 Ask about the risks.  Your perspective lawyer should tell you up front how good your case is based on the information you provide.  Reconsider your case if more than one attorney tells you the case is weak based on the evidence you have to offer.  Most lawyers honestly believe they can overcome the weaknesses of any case they take, but you should understand the risks and make the best decision for you.

6 comments:

  1. This is an extremely important tip. You can't avoid every charge when there's enough evidence of breaking the law. But you can expect very good representation and the best case scenario outcome of a case with a good lawyer.

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  2. I really like this advice where you ask about the risks. Considering the risks will help you make an educated decision. It will also help you prepare for what you don't know, or need to figure out in your lawyer case.
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  3. I believe that this tip is the most important of all. A lawyer should be confident in his/her ability to represent you. It really shows you their work ethic if they are negative towards your case in any way. http://www.kmrslaw.com/practice-areas/personal-injury/auto-accidents/

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  4. This is a great tip. You definitely need to be aware of the situation and if you have anything to build a case on. If you don't you'll just end up wasting time and money. http://www.hogankimrey.com/dwi_dui_defense.html

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  6. I think a decent lawyer won't beat around the bush. They will tell you when something is working or not. They will also be good a r assessing the risks of certain things. They should not be afraid to tell you something is a bad idea. http://www.woitasmcleodlaw.ca.

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