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A Vancouver Personal Injury Lawyer's Secret - Just One Word


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6/2/2014
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You can "Google" the checklist in no time.

What to look for in a Vancouver Injury Lawyer.

And you get a whole bunch of really important things to look for:

> experience

> a strong records of trial victories

> caring

etc., etc., etc.

Now don't get me wrong. The "usual stuff" is important.

But how do you tell one Vancouver Injury Lawyer from the next if they all say the same thing about themselves???

I'll tell ya' ...... ask how often they use the word NO.

Think about it.

Most people don't like to say NO.

And, more importantly, most people don't like to hear it.

Can help me with my case? NO, I'm not right lawyer for you. I haven't handled a case like yours for years.

My injury claim is a "slam dunk" right? NO, you claim is quite complicated and has some holes in it. I'll help you but you need to go into this with your eyes wide open.

ICBC always pays something to someone who has been in an accident? NO, that's not the way the system works.

Waiting for ICBC to make an offer and then talking to a lawyer is the always the best way to go, right? NO, that's one strategy but it isn't necessarily the only way to deal with your ICBC claim.

You see, it takes courage to tell someone what they NEED to hear.

Why?

Because there's often a big difference between what an injured person WANTS to hear and what they NEED to hear.

And it's the courage to do so that can make all the difference to the success of our ICBC injury claim.

You might say it's the one thing that seperates the men FROM THE boys.

Jeff Witten

McComb Witten Personal Injury Lawyers

 

 



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