People don’t become my clients unless I believe them.
Am I always right? No – I sign people up, and then sometimes I learn something that makes me not believe them. And then I stop representing them. But that hardly ever happens.
I might stop representing someone for other reasons, too – the case might turn out to be too expensive in terms of costs or time, relative to the amount I think we will win. But that doesn’t happen very often, or I wouldn’t sign them up in the first place.
Do juries – or the insurance company on the other side – always believe me, or believe my client? Not always. But usually, they do.
If you’ve been hurt in an accident, I can help you. Call me, Bill Strubbe, a Cincinnati Personal Injury Attorney. My phone is 513-621-4775. There is no charge for talking to me.
Other lawyers refer their clients to me. And if you decide you‘d rather hire someone else, that’s OK.
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.