Jeffrey Allen Howard, Attorney at Law, PLLC
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Consult with Personal Injury Attorney Jeffrey Howard
When you have the choice between a big or a small law firm, the answer may not seem obvious. To give you a little bit of insight into what my practice consists of, I am the only attorney. That?s it. It?s just me. I am a solo attorney in my own private practice. I have an assistant who does clerical work for me, but that?s only to free my time up so I can do the important things: talk to my clients, and handle their cases. Consider that, and then consider all of the attorneys, staff members, secretaries, ?case managers,? etc. that will be at the big firms, and then think about the following questions:
When you call, who will you talk to? Is it a qualified personal injury attorney, or is it a secretary?
Who is evaluating your claim? Is it a qualified personal injury attorney, or is it some case manager with no law school training or license to practice law?
Whose office is your file sitting in? That same case manager mentioned above, or a qualified personal injury attorney?
Who is paying for those big offices, hundreds of staff, collector?s art work, big commercials, fancy spokespeople, and primetime air? You are, that?s who.
When they are negotiating your claim, what is on their minds: your needs or their gigantic overhead costs?
All of these things should be important to you and are vital in your decision to hire an attorney. When you hire me, you get me. I?m the only attorney in my practice and I?m the person who will handle your claim from start to finish.