How to Choose a Law Firm

Choosing a Law Firm to sue a Drug Company or Medical Device Manufacturer

Your Attorney Should be Experienced and Have a Long History of Success

If you call 800-490-2222 you will be able to speak with Attorney Ronald B. Laba. He has more than 27 years of experience. His clients have won and collected hundreds of millions of dollars and he has the relationships with the largest law firms in the nation that you will need on your side.

However, even if you don’t call the Law Offices of Ronald B. Laba, you should keep the following in mind as you do seek an attorney.

How does the Law Firm treat Clients?

Many drug company lawsuits and medical device manufacturer lawsuits are handled by massive law firms. Your case may be handled in a way that makes you feel like a number.

You should seek a law firm that treats you with courtesy and kindness. Your attorney should treat you like a special guest and your best interests—rather than the law firm’s—should always be the priority. From the moment you call for an initial consultation to the resolution of your case, you should be treated respectfully.

Your attorney should be highly accomplished but also accessible and down-to-earth. The complex legal factors of your case are certainly crucial but sometimes you simply need advice or need to find out details about your case. Your lawyer should be available to you.

Is Communication from the Law Firm Going to Be Prompt and Transparent?

As you seek a law firm to represent you, take careful note of how they answer the phone, return phone calls or volunteer information. Your lawyer and their staff should be happy that you have called instead of acting like they are doing you a favor by answering. Some law firms will not respond to emails or phone calls. You may want to continue searching for an attorney if this is the way you are treated.

Your Attorney Should put you at Ease and Offer Peace of Mind

Many people are unsure of what to do when they are considering legal action against a defective drug manufacturer or defective medical device company. Your attorney should understand your anxiety and uncertainty. When you speak with your lawyer, you should feel that they understand your position and that they have empathy for you. No matter how many frequently asked questions you may have, no matter what details you want to know about, your attorney should always try to make time for you. Additionally, you should feel comfortable speaking with your lawyer. Once you talk with a lawyer about your claim and the legal process, you should feel much better and more at ease with the process. If you come out of conversations feeling worse about these topics, keep calling other law firms.