When an injured lawyer calls a colleague to ask for advice on how to proceed, he doesn’t know what to expect.
In the aftermath of a devastating injury, the legal profession is often under intense pressure to meet an injury-related demand, such as an insurance claim or compensation for a job loss.
In these situations, lawyers often ask for help from another lawyer who is not injured or in need of financial assistance.
When this happens, the lawyer who has done more than his share of work for the injured party may have an easier time getting the case heard and getting compensation.
This article aims to clarify what a lawyer can do to help injured clients in these situations.