Can I fire my personal injury attorney?
Yes. At the Lietz Law Firm, we are confident in our ability to serve you competently and compassionately as your legal counsel. We will work hard to make your case a success and keep you informed every step of the way.
If at any time you wish to fire your personal injury attorney, you may. This includes us and any other firm. And typically, you can fire your personal injury attorney at no additional cost to you. Usually, the fired attorney and his/her replacement will be able to negotiate a fair split of the contingent attorneys’ fee agreed upon, and the client will still get the same net percentage of the recovery. At the Lietz Law Firm, the best interests of the client are always the first priority – not the attorneys’ fees – and that extends to making sure that you have the attorney who you want.
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- After my injury, how long do I have to file a lawsuit?
- Can I fire my personal injury attorney?
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