This is a very important question to ask before you determine who will represent you in a legal matter. Law firms come in all shapes and sizes - from solo practices (where it’s basically a one-person show) to large law firms (a couple dozen attorneys on staff) and everything in between. In general, however, there are two important factors to consider before hiring any law firm for your case.
- Does the firm have the time and resources to dedicate toward your case?
- What systems, if any, are in place to review your case?
At the Reinhold Law Firm, we use a “team approach.” The reason for this is simple. Think back to your childhood. At some point you probably had a problem that you felt you could not overcome on your own, no matter how many times you tried to take care of it yourself. To deal with the problem you had to come up with a plan on how to attack and defeat it. This is where the support and advice of your friends and/or family became invaluable. They offered suggestions on what they would do in your shoes and how they would take care of the problem by looking at things from different angles. This “team approach” allowed you to see the problem through a wider lens, and the combined knowledge and experience of your support system (friends and family) gave you the insight and confidence you needed to find a solution that worked for you.