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What Your Lawyer Does In A Lawsuit

Taking on a legal battle is a daunting experience for anyone. It can be more difficult for those who have experienced a physical or mental trauma. Hiring a lawyer can help you fight for your rights and receive just compensation for your situation. But it’s important to know exactly what your lawyer’s job is so you can ensure proper handling of your lawsuit. Here’s a brief overview of some of the responsibilities a lawyer takes on when they agree to handle your lawsuit.

Advising Clients

The primary responsibility of a lawyer is to provide clear legal advice to clients long before they ever step into the courtroom. When hiring a lawyer, you’ll want to find out about the legal ramifications of your case and what course(s) of action should be taken. Lawyers can provide advice about when to sue, who to sue, the amount of settlement money you are seeking, what liabilities exist for your case, and the likelihood your case is successful at trial.

Representing Clients and Their Interests

Your lawyers are your main source of legal representation, and the ways in which lawyers can represent you vary. For personal injury cases or insurance disputes, the best outcomes are often found during settlement discussions. Lawyers can also represent your interests in cases that go to court, whether it be civil or criminal in nature, and they can represent you before government agencies. Whatever type of case you have, lawyers work to research your issue, interpret the laws surrounding it, draw up legal documents, work out claims, ensure proper legal decorum and procedure, and advise clients on various courses of action.

Promoting Ethical Representation and Consistent Communication

Lawyers are bound by a code of ethics which sets out the standards of professional conduct expected of them. This includes promoting ethical representation and consistent communication with clients. Lawyers must always act in the best interests of their clients and put their client’s interests before their own. They should also keep their clients informed about the progress of their case and be readily available to answer any questions they may have. In addition, lawyers should avoid conflicts of interest and ensure that all communication with their clients are confidential. By adhering to these ethical principles, lawyers can provide their clients with the best possible representation.

At Ayres, Cluster, and Collins, we ensure the highest level of professionalism, ethical representation and responsibility for all of our clients. We are committed to ensuring that your case is handled with the utmost care and poise.