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Help & Faqs

Some Questions That Customers Often Ask When Working With Us

Do you charge for a consultation?

No, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case. During this meeting, we will assess your situation, provide initial legal advice, and discuss potential fees and payment structures.

What about out-of-pocket fees?

We understand that legal expenses can be a concern. At our firm, we typically work on a contingency fee basis for personal injury cases. This means you won't have to pay any attorney's fees unless we win your case. However, for other types of cases, such as family law or business law, we may discuss different fee arrangements during the initial consultation.

Who will work on my case?

Lawyer James Lenihan will be assigned to handle your case. Mr. Lenihan is an experienced attorney with a proven track record in the area of law relevant to your case.

Does it matter how long I wait to file a lawsuit?

Yes, the timing of filing a lawsuit can be crucial. Statutes of limitations vary depending on the type of case and jurisdiction, and waiting too long may result in the loss of your legal rights. It's essential to consult with us as soon as possible to determine the appropriate timing for your case.

How much can I expect to win?

The potential outcome of your case depends on various factors, including the specific details of your case, the strength of your evidence, and the applicable laws. We cannot guarantee a specific amount, but we will work diligently to achieve the best possible outcome for you, whether that involves a settlement or court judgment. We'll discuss potential outcomes during our consultation.

How will my lawyer communicate with me?

Two-way communication is very important in a lawyer-client relationship. Our Team communicate by email or phone. Regular contact with you is critical in order to provide updates on your matter and obtain your further instructions. It is our goal to respond to client emails or phone calls within 1-2 business days, where applicable.

Is the information I tell my lawyer confidential?

Yes, attorney-client privilege protects the confidentiality of communications between you and your lawyer. This means that, in most cases, your lawyer cannot disclose information you share with them without your consent, except in certain exceptional circumstances.

How will I be charged for a lawyer’s services?

Lawyers typically charge for their services in one of several ways: hourly rates, contingency fees (a percentage of the settlement or judgment if you win), flat fees for specific services, or a combination of these methods. Your attorney will provide you with a fee agreement outlining the terms of payment. Make sure you fully understand and agree to these terms before proceeding.

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