Even if you follow all of the steps outlined in my first article about finding an attorney, clients must make an effort to thoroughly interview each prospective attorney.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 22, 2014
Scott Monge and his firm Monge & Associates are committed to sharing their vision of accessibility to only the best legal advice, regardless of whether or not it is through their firm. To support these efforts, Monge has published free advice on his website to help victims during the interview process with a personal injury attorney. As outlined in his article, “Scott Monge’s Advice on How to Find the Right Attorney,” Monge discusses the importance of interviewing multiple attorneys to preserve the degree of resources essential for complex legal cases.
“Even if you follow all of the steps outlined in my first article about finding an attorney, clients must make an effort to thoroughly interview each prospective attorney,” said Monge. “This is one of the best ways to determine whether or not a personal injury attorney, or any attorney for that matter, is the right fit for their case.”
By relying on these questions to narrow down their search, clients will be able to learn vital information that can make an impact on their relationship with the attorney, as well as the outcome of their case. Highlighting Monge’s preference for thoroughness, he suggests that each interviewer should follow up on their collected information by fact checking each prospective attorney’s credentials online.
“I tell people to treat an interview with an attorney like a job interview,” added Monge. “There’s always a chance that people will stretch the truth to make themselves sound better, and the best way to make sure you aren’t wasting your time or money is to refer to attorney databases like Avvo.com, professional associations like the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and even by calling your state bar association. It does seem like a lot of work, but it is necessary.”
To complete this series of advice on finding a credible attorney, Monge will also address the troubles involved when firing an attorney. Since there is a high likelihood for that to happen, particularly during personal injury lawsuits, Monge feels that clients must be sufficiently prepared to take drastic measures when needed.
Scott Monge of Monge and Associates has been a prominent advocate for people with disabilities since 1993. Authoring numerous books, traveling the country for speaking engagements, and staying true to his Client Bill of Rights, Monge continuously exemplifies his commitment to a superior level of legal service.
Mr. Monge received his undergraduate degree from Eastern Illinois University and his Juris Doctor from Southern Illinois University School of Law. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocate Forum, the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Georgia (1993), the U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia (1993), the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Georgia. Furthermore, Monge’s expertise has led to his membership as a Champion Member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, as well as the American Association for Justice, Alabama Association for Justice, Tennessee Association for Justice, South Carolina Association for Justice, Florida Justice Association, and the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association.
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