I want to get you as much money as I can, as fast as I can.
I want you to get a fair settlement – at the minimum.
I don’t want to have to file suit for you, because lawsuits take too long to reach trial – usually a year or more. They are also expensive – I have to spend money for records, copying, and getting doctors’ opinions. After the lawsuit goes to trial, or is settled, the money I spend is taken out of your settlement, in addition to my fee. And lawsuits are very, very distracting – when you are in a lawsuit, you can’t forget that you are in a lawsuit.
If we have to file suit to get what you are entitled to, I want you to feel that I did everything I could for you.
I am willing to go to trial, and enjoy being in trial, but I want to avoid trial for you, because no one knows what will happen in a trial.
If we have to go to trial, I want you to know that I was more prepared than the other lawyer, and tried as hard as I could to get you what you deserved.
I want you to feel that my fee was earned, and was a good deal for you.
I want you to feel that I was totally honest and upfront with you about everything, but especially about what I thought you could get, what I thought the other side would pay, and what a jury would do if we tried the lawsuit.
And I want you to know that if I fail at any of these things, I die a little inside.
If you’re still reading this, you obviously are interested. So why don’t you give me, a Cincinnati truck accident attorney, a call. (I also represent people with injuries caused by all kinds of accidents, not just trucks.)
If it makes you feel better, other lawyers refer their clients to me all the time. And if you decide you’d rather hire someone else, that’s OK. My phone is 513-621-4775.
Because all situations are different, and because there may be other facts pertaining to your case that I don’t know about, you should not rely on this answer for legal advice. I am not your attorney, and no lawyer client relationship has been formed. All discussions are limited to Ohio law unless otherwise indicated. And past performance cannot be used to predict future results.