Do you know how to choose an attorney? Every day you are bombarded with advertising, including on television, in the Yellow Pages, on the radio, on billboards, the internet, newspapers, and magazines. You name it, and it is being used in an effort to convince you that the advertising lawyer is the one to choose for your personal injury case or case involving the death of a family member.
For many people, the ads are largely ignored because fortunately there is no present need for you to choose a personal injury attorney. But then it happens. You find yourself in need of a lawyer to represent you or a loved one. How will you choose? Do you even know the right questions to ask?
Don’t trust just any firm. Your attorney will be your trusted advisor and legal partner throughout the process. Call (727) 308-6060 and ask to speak with Bryan for your free and immediate consultation.
Some people turn to the advertisements without ever really knowing what qualifications the lawyer they are choosing has. The following questions are a guide to help you make an informed decision and decipher the meaningless from the meaningful to help you make the right decision for you and your family. As a consumer of legal services it is important for you to understand your lawyer’s experience, ability, and price before you choose.
When it comes to choosing a home or a car, there are a multitude of books and guides to help you with the selection process. For lawyers, it’s not so simple. Differences exist. But knowing them and what is of significance requires some knowledge of what those differences are, and why they are important.
All licensed Florida attorneys simply by virtue of being licensed, have the minimum qualifications to represent you in a personal injury matter. Your challenge will be to dig deeper to select an attorney with more than the minimum qualifications.
Attorney Caulfield looks forward to discussing his qualifications and experience. Hiring the advanced skill and experience of a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer for the same price as a lawyer that has only the minimum requirement of being a licensed member of the Florida Bar is in your best interest.
Only a Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer can use the terms expert or specialist, a rule is imposed by The Florida Bar that helps consumers find lawyers with the highest measured level of experience in their field. Separating and understanding real achievement is important and should be your primary consideration in finding the right attorney for you and your family. Actions speak louder than words.
If you believe attorney Bryan Caulfield is the right fit for you, or you want more information about him, call (727) 308-6060 and ask to speak with Bryan today.