Another thing you should keep in mind when you are considering firing your personal injury lawyer is that they have a legal right to claim their payment for the time and effort they have previously invested in your case. You will be obligated to pay the lawyer you are firing their hourly charges for the time they have already spent on your case. You will also have to consider whether the new attorney would be willing to take up your case at half the payment of what is usually expected out of a case they take up.
Usually, changing lawyers in the middle of the case can cost you slightly higher than the usual charges you'd be paying for your case. However, the main reason why it is better to stick to your first personal injury lawyer throughout the case is because legal cases are complicated and there are several critical points in a case that your lawyer is aware of right from the start. Changing your lawyer halfway through the case would require you to brief the new attorney comprehensively so that no information related to your case is left out. If you think, however, that changing a personal injury lawyer is in your best interests, you can definitely go for it.
The LA Law Firm is located in Down Town Los Angeles, if you or someone you love has been affected by a car accident, product defect medical negligence or even a fall, call (866)383-1462 and schedule your free consultation.