How Do I Know You Have My Best Interest At Heart?

Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A

When you get hurt and want to hire a lawyer, you need to ensure that your attorney has your best interests at heart. If you have sustained an injury through a person’s or company’s negligence, you may not feel like you can trust anyone right now. It is natural to be suspicious of whether you can actually find a lawyer who will put your interests first, but you can find a legal representative who is committed to helping you in every way possible.

Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. provides comprehensive assistance to victims injured on cruise ships, to injured seamen, and to those who have suffered catastrophic injuries. Our legal team has your best interests at heart, and you can count on us to provide the help you need to fight for full and fair compensation in your civil injury claim or Jones Act case.

How Do You Know Your Lawyer Has Your Best Interests at Heart?

When you hire an injury lawyer, you can count on your attorney to keep your best interest at heart because professional codes and regulatory bodies are in place to require them to put their clients’ needs first.

Every attorney is bound by a code of professional ethics called the Model Rules of Professional Conduct established by the American Bar Association. Attorneys have many obligations under these rules, including a duty to be fair and upfront about fees, keep client information confidential, and act in the client’s best interests at all times.

An attorney who fails to follow the rules and who does not have his or her clients’ best interest at heart could be subject to disciplinary action and potentially even lose his license to practice law. Professional malpractice claims also can be filed against an attorney who fails to fulfill the duty owed to clients. Attorneys are said to have a fiduciary duty, which is the highest duty one person can owe to another under the law.

How Can You Find a Caring Maritime Injury Lawyer or Catastrophic Injury Attorney?

Attorneys are bound by their professional code to put client interests first, but many attorneys do so because they care about seeing justice done.

Attorneys at Lipcon, Margulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A. do not act in our clients’ best interests only because we are required to do so. We advocate on behalf of our clients because we believe that someone who is hurt on the job or through negligence or wrongdoing does not deserve to suffer uncompensated losses due to their injuries.

We care about holding careless drivers, unsafe employers, and companies who endanger customers accountable. It matters to us that we can help families to rebuild after a loss, and we are dedicated to fighting to get our injured clients the compensation they deserve if someone hurts them.

Our case results show our commitment to fighting vigorously for our clients, and if you trust us to represent you in your injury claim, we will bring our knowledge and passion to your case to obtain the money you deserve for your loss. Give us a call today to talk with a maritime injury lawyer or catastrophic injury attorney who can help you.