What To Keep In Mind When Choosing a Baton Rouge Lawyer
It can be hard to think of what you need to do when you’ve been hurt or someone has wronged you. Everything can seem overwhelming, but that’s why lawyers exist. We’re there to keep a level head and help you with your case. Although, it can be difficult to choose a lawyer best suited for your needs. Especially in a large city like Baton Rouge. What sort of lawyer do you need to choose? Which of the available lawyers would be best? There are many things you should keep in mind when choosing a Baton Rouge lawyer.
What Comes First?
The first thing you should think about is what kind of lawyer you’ll need for your case. There are so many different kinds of lawyers each managing a different subject of law. Family law, criminal law, immigration law… the list goes on. At Williamson Fontenot Campbell and Whittington, LLC, we practice personal injury litigation. This also goes by tort law. It’s our job to be there for you when you find yourself as a victim of physical or emotional damage.
You Need a Baton Rouge Lawyer With Skills
Passing a bar exam is impressive, but it doesn’t mean anything if the lawyer in question can’t keep up in court. During your hunt for a good lawyer, you’ll have to conduct a bit of research. Luckily, this information isn’t limited to “word-of-mouth” and can be found on several sites. These sites rate lawyers based on what their colleagues and competitors have to say. A few include Martindale-Hubbell Bar Registry, Superlawyers, and The Best Lawyers in America.
A few of our own lawyers at WFCW received ratings from a few of these sites. Luke Williamson received a Superlawyers badge and an AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Also, the AV Rating happens to be the highest achievement available. Robert Cambell also received an AV Rating and a Rising-Stars award from Superlawyers. The latter of which was also awarded to another lawyer of ours, Dustin Flint.
What Else Should I Consider?
Of course, there are a million and one things you should consider when choosing a lawyer to represent you—trust, dependability, experience, cost. But as anything goes, the only one who can find out what lawyer fits you best is YOU. That’s why it’s not strange for clients to interview potential lawyers before making a decision. Interviewing a Baton Rouge lawyer ensures that you have complete trust in whoever is representing you.
Choose a WFCW Lawyer
You might become overwhelmed when choosing your Baton Rouge lawyer. That’s why there are a number of ways to contact us. You can give us a call at 225-383-4010, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us here. Looking for our offices? You can find us at 955 McClung Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70802. Before you head by, you can take a virtual tour of our office on our website. If you’ve been hurt and need legal representation, we think we’re the right ones for the job.