Does It Cost More to Hire a Trial Lawyer?

Several of our lawyers are Certified Trial Lawyers, which means they have specialization certificates and extensive experience in the courtroom. Having a trial attorney on your side can help your case even if you do not end up going to trial. In this video, attorney Adam Hemler explains that you pay the same contingency fees when you hire a trial lawyer. Therefore, you can benefit from a trial attorney’s skills without paying more.

Video Transcription

It’s important to prepare every case like you’re going to trial. Because, we need all that background information to properly prepare a case for client. We need what happened during the collision. We need all the medical information. We need everything in order to consider it as part of the process. Is the other side more inclined to take you seriously? Absolutely. They’ve got people that do nothing but work on your case from the moment the collision happens. There’s a gap in time, usually before we get hired, and it’s crucial that all of that information be gathered. The other side’s working for their clients. You need somebody working for you. Does it cost more to have a trial attorney? Absolutely not. You really need somebody who’s experienced in trial practice. And you need to get that information early on to prepare the case. So, it doesn’t cost any more. It’s just that level of comfort you have with the attorney that’s very important, and their experience. Please give us a call or send us an email. We’re here. We’re ready to help. Justice Counts.