So you or a loved one has been injured in an accident. You may be feeling overwhelmed thinking about what comes next, confused by the legal process, and still trying to recover physically, financially, and emotionally. The good news is that the personal injury attorneys at Aronova & Associates offer a free consultation where you can find out if we’re a good fit for you and learn about your legal options.
Here are a few tips to get the most out of your first meeting with a personal injury attorney.
For your attorney to be able to give you complete and accurate advice, take some time to prepare before the meeting by gathering documents and other information.
Your attorney will appreciate receiving the following documents:
In addition, gather any other information that will help your attorney piece together a timeline of events and a plan to prove your claims in court. This includes:
Keep in mind that you have the right to choose your attorney. The initial meeting is a chance for you to make sure you and your attorney are a good fit.
Do not be afraid to ask your attorney questions like:
When working through the aftermath of a personal injury, it pays to have a skilled and experienced New York personal injury lawyer on your side.
The team at Aronova & Associates has a decade of experience litigating personal injury claims in state and district courts, so we understand what battles NYC personal injury plaintiffs face. We put our knowledge and experience to work for you and representation is on a contingency basis – you do not pay us unless we win your case.
If you believe someone else is at fault for your injury, call today to schedule a free consultation in our Garden City or Manhattan offices.
Aronova & Associates is a firm for all New Yorkers. Our services are available in multiple languages and tailored to the needs of every client. The first step in providing you with the help you need is a free consultation to discuss your case. When you’re ready to talk, we’re ready to get to work for you.
Disclaimer: The submission of our contact form does not form an attorney-client relationship. You may not rely upon this information as legal advice.