If I am seriously interested in your lawsuit, anywhere that is good for me and you.
I work in downtown Cincinnati. I have had my office here ever since I became a lawyer. And my office is a great place for me to meet with the people I work for.
A lot of people don’t like to drive into downtown Cincinnati. A lot of people would rather meet somewhere other than a lawyer’s office.
(Obviously, a lot of people would rather not meet lawyers at all, even over fried chicken at a Fourth of July picnic. But if you’re reading this, you’re probably stuck with the fact that you need to.)
But if I think I can provide you with significant help, and I’m interested in your lawsuit, I will meet with you wherever it works for both of us.
I am reluctant to request a meeting in a home – to a lot of people, their home is a very special place, and they don’t want strangers traipsing in. But a lot of people don’t mind that – so I suggest that as a possibility.
I’ve met lots of clients in their homes – a double wide trailer in Aberdeen, Ohio. A grittier trailer in Adams County. A ranch home in Amelia. Farmhouses. Apartments. Condos. I just talked to a lady who lives halfway between here and a county seat 70 miles away, and offered to meet with her in her home.
I like to avoid public places, because there’s no privacy, and anyone can hear you. But a lot of people don’t mind, so I meet them in libraries. Wendy’s. Yesterday I spent an hour with a new client in the Covington McDonald’s yesterday – it was his choice, not mine.
And I’ve met some of my favorite clients for the first time in hospitals. Sometimes you need a lawyer right away, and you can’t get out. So I’ll go there. Brown County. University.
I have been a lawyer over 30 years. I try to make our meetings as easy on you as possible. If you have a personal injury case in Cincinnati, Ohio or if you want to know what your lawsuit is worth, talk with an experienced Cincinnati Injury Attorney about the case. Call me, William Strubbe, at 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.