Trust matters in an injury case

On Behalf of | Jun 28, 2019 | Personal Injury

Here at Ellis Law Offices, LLP, we know that our clients’ needs are the beginning and the end of what we do as personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers. We engage in constant study of the law, keeping up to date on procedure and statutory changes, but our first priority is always to support our clients as they navigate the Massachusetts legal system. 

One of our first steps when we meet a new client is to try and understand the story behind the legal issue. To us, representing somebody is about more than simply providing the investigation, counseling and opinions that lead to the best possible outcome for their case. It is also about trust.

Trust is one of the most important parts of the attorney-client relationship. we find that we are able to do our job better when people trust us to act in their best interests.

The truth is that you would have most of the power when you are negotiating your injury claim or pursuing another legal dispute you have. We as lawyers would simply act as your representatives and advisers if we took your case. We would have an ethical duty to you to make sure you got the best advice, and that advice benefited you above ourselves or any other party.

We know that ethical guidelines are not enough to convince everybody to trust their lawyers. That is why we listen to our clients, treat them with compassion and constantly communicate updates on case progress. Please read more on our main website.


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