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Injured Student Wishes She Had Initially Used Lawyer Matchmaker To Find Her Attorney

Injured Student Wishes She Initially Used A Lawyer Referral Service To Find Her Attorney

Free lawyer referral service protects victims by finding the best personal injury attorney for the job

Phoenix, Arizona.  All seemed normal before Christine Willis left her Phoenix home to attend class that day. Unfortunately, shortly after she got on the road, misfortune would find her. An 18-wheeler rear-ended her car causing serious injury. Like many people, Christine would find her personal injury attorney based on an ad that she’d seen. All seemed well at first, but shortly after she hired her personal injury attorney her frustration grew. Christine says, “They rarely kept me informed on what was going on. When I called to find out they made me feel like I was a bother. I lost confidence in their ability to represent me and felt stuck.” Out of desperation Christine contacted Lawyer Locator, a lawyer referral service that she would find online. Within 48 hours of her first call, the lawyer referral service would find and provide Christine a new attorney referral. She learned that the referral given to her by Lawyer Locator was carefully selected using the following methods.

 

The lawyer referral service:

 

  • Made sure the attorney had no history of disciplinary actions by the bar association
  • Examined legal community reviews to find the most respected attorneys in the area
  • Looked at the lawyers past performance
  • Finds if the attorney is an expert in one area of law or a generalist
  • Verified that the attorney’s case load wasn’t currently too heavy
  • Finds out if the attorney is “hands on” or farms out the work to other firms

 

Christine called the attorney referral provided to her and arranged a meeting. Christine said, “I was impressed shortly after arriving at his office. He really seemed to understand and care about what I’d been through and told me that if I ever needed to know what was going on with my case that I could speak with him directly. Before I left his office he made sure that I understood the lifecycle of how my case would likely proceed without making any empty promises.”

However, Christine was still a bit nervous since she initially liked the last firm too. Ultimately, Christine moved forward with the attorney the lawyer referral service company provided her since she trusted their judgment more than her own. It’s been five months since Christine hired her new attorney and she says, “Using a lawyer referral service to find an attorney was the smartest thing I’ve done since my accident. My attorney personally returns my calls, always keeps me informed, and truly seems to care.”

 

If you need to find a top attorney and want the help of a free lawyer referral service in doing so, Lawyer Locator can be reached at 800-229-1377 or visit www.lawyerlocator.biz (Lawyer Locator, 8711 E. Pinnacle peak Rd. #315 Scottsdale, AZ 85255) disclosure: some of the facts of this case, including the name of the plaintiff, have been modified to protect client confidentiality.           

 

 

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Currently the CEO of SmartFinds Internet Marketing, a Internet marketing agency for mid to large corporations. Having started our business in 1994, I have had the opportunity of growing and evolving with the Internet industry. This has opened up the opportunity to apply the Internet technologies to the objectives of a business.

I have had more than 20 years of successful business experience in entrepreneurial environment. Primary focus on business development, sales, execution and management. Secondary focus on information technologies (IT) and a strong ability to apply IT capabilities to business needs using creative and innovative methods.

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