Q: How do I choose a lawyer?
As with all professional relationships you should feel comfortable with the lawyer that you choose to represent you. This includes feeling like you can talk freely, ask questions if you don't understand something and feel confident that your lawyer is listening and will respect your point of view.
ICBC injury cases can be complicated, frustrating and time consuming. As a result, you need a lawyer who is both supportive and understanding. Someone who will take the time to get to know you, understand the impact your injuries have had on your life and explain your case to you as it unfolds.
A friend, family member or co-worker may have recommended a lawyer or you may have seen advertising on behalf of a particular law firm. A particular lawyer may be a respected member of your church or community. Whatever the case, it is very important that the lawyer you hire have special expertise and experience in dealing with the type of legal problem you are faced with.