The effectiveness of a plaintiff’s personal injury firm generally depends on three things; The third is:
Subject Matter Expertise: Last but not least, is the attorney’s familiarity and expertise in the kind of case that you have. If you needed brain surgery, you would hire a neurosurgeon, not a gynecologist. Same principle applies to your choice of an attorney. If you have suffered a leg amputation, the attorney you choose should have experience actually litigating amputation cases with good results, including seven figure recoveries.
It is extremely important that your attorney has an in-depth knowledge and understanding of prosthetics because it will likely be the biggest element of economic damages in your case. Obviously, if your case is one for bad faith denial of prosthetic benefits, then the entire case will be about the particular prosthetic technology. It isn’t absolutely essential that your attorney is also an amputee, but who better to explain your loss to a jury than someone who has walked in your shoes?
Contact Doyle Law today for a free consultation, and to find out why we are the nation’s premier amputation injury law firm.