Interview questions to help select the best workers’ compensation attorney.
Following up on our recent guest post on Kevin Bunn’s NC workers’ comp blog. Here are 10 interview questions to use when searching for the best workers’ compensation attorney. We have included answers about our own practice underneath.
1. Do you specialize in workers’ compensation?
We represent injured and disabled workers exclusively. Our practice is devoted to helping those individuals obtain the best possible result.
2. How many years of experience do you have?
We have over 100 years of combined experience in workers’ compensation law. Our attorneys are considered experts in the field.
3. Do you offer free telephone and office advice?
We never charge a fee to evaluate a workers’ compensation case. You should pay nothing to learn about your legal rights.
4. Do you actually take your cases to trial?
We are not afraid of big employers or insurance companies. We have the resources and will take your case to trial if necessary.
5. Do you advance litigation costs?
We pay all costs associated with your case including hiring a medical or vocational expert.
6. Do you make evening and weekend appointments?
We make every accommodation possible to ensure your legal rights are protected. This includes home and hospital visits.
7. How much does it cost to hire your law firm?
There is no attorney fee if you are unsuccessful. We only charge 15% of the first $25,000 and 10% on the remainder of any settlement. The fee is only 10% if benefits are being paid voluntarily.
8. Do you return telephone calls?
There is always an attorney on call to discuss your legal issues.
9. Why do I need a workers’ compensation attorney?
Let us help you solve minor issues before they turn into major problems. You will also receive a larger settlement with the help of an experienced workers’ compensation attorney.
10. How do I get started with my case?
Call (855) 221-2667 for a free consultation. The first step is always the hardest.
Michigan Workers Comp Lawyers never charges a fee to evaluate a case. We have represented injured and disabled workers exclusively for more than 35 years.