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What To Do If Your Attorney Fires You

  • Published: July 26, 2017

Have you been fired by your own attorney? You sought out an attorney because you believed – and still believe – that you deserve compensation for your pain and suffering. So what do you do next? Your personal injury case doesn’t just go away when you lose your attorney. Luckily for you, Cohen & Sinowski, in Atlanta can help.

Your Second Chance For Legal Representation

There is no one reason why an attorney might fire his or her own client. It could be because the case is turning out to be too time consuming. Oftentimes, however, it is because it appears that your case, at least in your prior attorney’s opinion, is just too small.

If you truly believe you have a case and want help, contact Cohen & Sinowski, We will give your case a thorough review and talk with you about next steps.

How Do You Switch Attorneys?

After being fired by your first attorney, it’s important to gather all the information on your case. Get your entire file – including all your prior attorney’s notes and correspondences. All of the attorney’s work and the documents about the case belong to you. Make sure all medical records, police reports, and other important documents are included in the file.

Once everything is together, make an appointment with Cohen & Sinowski, at our Marietta office. We will review the file to see if we can help see your case through to completion.

This case review service is free of charge, and odds are good that we can help.

Contact The Top-rated Atlanta Legal Team At Cohen & Sinowski

Get the chance you deserve at seeing your case through. Call Atlanta’s Cohen & Sinowski, for help today: (404) 383-8835. You can also fill out our online contact form. Don’t wait to claim your second chance for the best legal representation in metro Atlanta.

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