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By Neil Davis

People are trained to pass on things that sound too good to be true. This means that some people hesitate to contact an attorney because they worry they will be charged. They hear “free consultation,” but assume there must be some kind of catch. In reality, there is no catch to a free consultation with a personal injury attorney. If you have been hurt in an accident, take advantage of this consultation to get the information you need.
A free consultation is good for both client and attorney. For the attorney, they can learn about the facts of a case, get some general information, and get a feel for the client. This helps them learn if they might be a good fit to represent a particular client. Instead of forcing the client to sign a contract, the lawyer can be certain they are the right fit for the client.

The advantage for the client is that they can learn about a particular law firm, listen to the types of cases they normally handle, and get some information about what to expect from this process. Since many people are unfamiliar with personal injury cases, this information can be invaluable. And, if after the meeting they determine the attorney is a good fit, they can retain that lawyer.

At Davis Law Center, there is no catch regarding free consultations. We don’t pressure you into retaining our services or filing a lawsuit. Our only goal is to give you the information you need to make the right decision for you and your family. If you choose to retain our services, we will do everything possible to get you the money you deserve. For a free consultation, contact Davis Law Center right away.

About the Author
Neil Davis, owner of Davis Law Center, is a seasoned attorney specializing in personal injury cases. With over 30 years of experience, he has successfully secured millions in compensation for injured individuals. Neil is a dedicated advocate for justice and an active member of legal associations. Personal injury law is complex and best handled by a competent attorney who can effectively evaluate, prepare, present, and fight to win your case. Neil prides himself on doing all these things for his clients and would be honored to have the opportunity to discuss your case with you.