An Injury Lawyer Must Have Good Resources for Good Results
Some of these resources are:
- A knowledgeable and seasoned private investigator to gather the facts while they are fresh. I had an injury case in which my investigator found an independent witness who was not listed on the police report. This independent witness transformed a major case with problems into a multi-million-dollar case.
- Access to top medical specialists to treat the numerous kinds of injuries involved in a major injury case.
- Good back-up resources such as secretaries, paralegals, ad associate lawyers. The lead lawyer can then delegate assignments to these people to strengthen the case.
- Good technology to get what is needed and help get the work finished quickly and with consummate expertise.
- Access to other specialists to shape the case. An example would be a good reconstruction expert to recreate how the accident happened and who was at fault. An example would be who was at fault at a signal light—did someone run a red light? Did someone push the amber? Having a good reconstructionist determine that your badly injured plaintiff was not at fault makes a difficult situation into a good case.
- A lawyer that has good injury law knowledge and can proceed with a well-organized trial when needed in the few cases that do not settle (after 50 years of practice I have approximated that only about 3 percent of cases do not settle).
Call Ray Arenofsky at 480-345-0444 for a free consultation to understand your injury case and the concerns associated with it as well as the approximate monetary value of the case.