When looking for a personal injury attorney, the search can be overwhelming. Ads pop up on TV, the internet and publications about local attorneys, so how do you know which lawyer will represent you the best? Here’s what you don’t know: many of the ratings and certifications those lawyers have acquired, are actually a membership they got by simply paying a fee.
Just because a lawyer graduated from Harvard or Yale, doesn’t mean he or she is more qualified than an attorney from another school. Each lawyer attains training before and after the bar admission that varies greatly and could affect how they represent your case.
Although other memberships, ratings and certifications aren’t bad, there’s a small list of groups that an attorney can’t buy, only earn.
Three personal injury attorney credentials you should look for on a good lawyer’s page
Board certification from the National Board of Trial Advocacy
A high rating on Avvo
Listing on SuperLawyers.com
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If you have had a Kansas personal injury that was not your fault and need medical treatment, you need an experienced professional who can help you get back on the road to recovery. Call us today at 316-269-1414 or visit our contact page here. Our Kansas personal injury attorneys will provide you a free initial consultation and if we take your case you don’t pay a dime unless we recover money for you. Even then we only take a percentage of the total amount of your recovery.
If you have questions on what you should be looking for when you are making a decision to hire a Kansas personal injury lawyer, read our article located here.
Ray Hodge & Associates proudly represents victims and their families across the state of Kansas, including Wichita, Andover, Derby, Goddard, Haysville, Mulvane, Rose Hill, Newton, El Dorado and Hutchinson. Call today for a free consultation all over the state of Kansas. We have proudly served clients in Sedgwick, Butler, Sumner, Harvey, Kingman and Reno Counties.