What Should I Do If I Think I Have a Case?

Attorney Daniel Jeck outlines some steps he follows when it comes to handling those who call inquiring if they have a case or not. First is listening, whether in person or on the phone, he wants people who think they have case to be heard. Second is answering their questions and asking questions. He wants to guide them into the direction that helps them determine, as a lawyer, whether or not there’s a legal case that’s actionable, and one that can be successful. If there is he and the attorneys at the Eisenberg law firm work hard along with their experts to gain support for the case. He works hard to uncover every stone and see what the facts are. Find out more about his methods and how he can help you if you believe you have a case in this video. To consult with an attorney call (866) 569-3400.

Video Transcription:

I get many phone calls from people who believe they have cases, all different types of stories. The first thing you need to do is you need to listen, you need to listen whether it’s on the phone, hopefully it’s in person, sometimes I have people calling me from all over the country. But I often, I often try and meet with people in my office. I’ll go to their homes and meet with them in their homes so that again, people who think they have cases want to be heard, they want you to listen, so you listen, and you listen some more. And then when they’re done telling you their story, then you ask questions and then you try and kind of guide them into the direction that helps you determine, as a lawyer, whether or not there’s a legal case that’s actionable, and one that can be successful. If there is that’s great, we work really hard with our experts to gain support for our case. We uncover every stone to look to see what the facts are, we talk to whoever we need to talk to and we put the cases together, sometimes you can’t post cases together and sometimes you have to tell clients or people that are inquiring about cases that they may not have a case. And that’s a difficult thing to do, but I find that if you’re straightforward with people, even people that have been through a lot of anguish, and a lot of heartache, and a lot of pain, that they appreciate just being straight with them, and telling them how you feel. I never tell people that you don’t have a case. I tell people that may not be something that we can handle and I give them the reasons why. I tell them that we looked into it, I tell them that we spoke to the right experts, we looked at the right materials, and we can or cannot handle it, and I tell them the reasons why. For more information about our law firm please go to ERLegal.com



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