Are you getting ready to file a personal injury lawsuit? Working with a personal injury referral company will help ensure that you get the help you need to win your personal injury case. Here's what you can expect a personal injury referral company to do for you.
Schedule a Personal Consultation Appointment
The first thing you can expect your personal injury referral provider to do is schedule a consultation appointment with you. This will give them an opportunity to sit down with you in person and learn about the circumstances that led to your pain and suffering. They'll want to know dates, times, and a thorough story about what happened from beginning to end.
They may also want copies of any police reports and medical records that could pertain to your personal injury case. The idea is to figure out exactly what kind of legal support and representation you need to settle a personal injury case and get the compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering.
Complete Thorough Background Checks
If you're in need of legal representation, you can count on the personal injury referral company you hire to complete thorough background checks on any lawyers they refer you to. You'll have peace of mind in knowing that any personal injury attorney you meet with has been properly vetted and has a track record of honestly and reliably representing their clients both inside and outside of the courtroom.
Offer a Variety of Quality Legal Options
Whether you end up needing the help of a lawyer or not, your referral service should be able to offer you a variety of quality legal options to take advantage of that could help you better get through your ordeal both mentally and physically. Referrals to counselors, physical therapists, and even medical care providers may be available. You can choose to use these services separately or in combination with the services of a lawyer depending on your unique needs.
Set up a First One-on-One Meeting
The referral company you hire won't just give you contact information for the service providers they refer you to and then send you on your way. To make sure that you're comfortable with the process of starting working relationships with new service providers, your referral company can set up first one-on-one meetings for you. And you'll be introduced to your new lawyer and any other service professionals you're referred to so they are already familiar with your case when you show up to meet them for the first time.