If you are looking for an attorney to represent you in a dispute, the team at Matthews Eastmoore may be the lawyers to advocate for you. Before hiring our team, we invite you to talk to us, either in person or over the phone, about your case, your concerns, and your questions. We do not charge you for this consultation. This allows you to get to know us and us to get to know you, so that you can make an informed decision about the lawyers you choose to represent you. To prepare for your initial consultation, we suggest that you:
- Gather all of the documents you believe are important to your case. Depending on the case, these documents might include photos, letters, emails, contracts, summonses, legal pleadings, and accident reports. During our meeting, we may request additional documents from you, but we find that this practice helps you think about your case prior to our consultation.
- Make a list of the questions you have about your case. During the consultation, we will explain the stages of a lawsuit and what you can expect as far as timing and what will be expected of you. We will also discuss the legal issues of the case with you.
- Review our website and our biographies. We want you to be comfortable with the lawyers who represent you and we will be happy to talk to you about the work we do and the training we have received.
We know that getting involved in a legal dispute can be stressful for clients. In our experience, you will learn more and feel more comfortable after your consultation, if you prepare before it.
If you would like to schedule a consultation, please call our office at 941-366-8888.
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