Get the Most Out of Your Consultation by Asking These 3 Questions
If you experience a motorcycle accident because of someone else’s negligent actions, you may suffer serious physical and emotional trauma. However, you don’t have to suffer financially. You can file a civil lawsuit to fight for financial compensation to pay for damages such as medical expenses and lost wages. However, before you file your lawsuit, you need to meet with a professional legal representative to discuss your case and ask him or her several important questions.
Unfortunately, many motorcycle accidents are caused by the careless or reckless behavior of other drivers on the road. If you have been hurt in a motorcycle accident and someone else is at fault, contact a Wisconsin motorcycle accident lawyer of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874 and schedule your free consultation.
What to Ask in Your Consultation
Your initial consultation is very important for determining if an attorney is right for your case. During your consultation, make sure you ask your lawyer the following questions:
#1: When Should I File My Case?
You need to make sure you do not miss the statute of limitations deadline or you won’t be able to receive any compensation. A well-organized lawyer can help you prepare your case and file before the deadline.
#2: Will You Actually Handle My Case?
In some cases, the lawyer you meet with for your initial consultation doesn’t actually represent you during your case. Make sure you get to know the lawyer who will actually be on your case before you hire that individual.
#3: What Happens Next?
Understanding the legal process can help you prepare yourself for the challenges of your case. Additionally, it is important that your lawyer is able to explain this process to you in a way that shows he or she understands your needs.
If you have suffered in a motorcycle accident caused by someone else, it is time to hold this person responsible. Contact a dedicated Wisconsin motorcycle accident attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874 to learn more about how we can help you.