As experienced consumer fraud lawyers, we know how difficult your situation may be. We also understand the importance of finding a lawyer who you trust to fight aggressively and competently on your behalf.
During your consultation with us, we want you to have all the information you need so that you can feel confident about the decisions you make moving forward. By preparing questions and documentation ahead of time, your consultation will be as informative and helpful as possible.
To learn more and to schedule your consultation, please call 1-888-517-9115.
Questions to Ask at Your Consultation
Your case review is important because not only do we get to meet you and determine if you have a case, but you get to interview us and get the information you need to decide if you want to pursue a lawsuit. One of the best ways to get this information is to write down all the questions about consumer fraud you have ahead of time.
If you’re having trouble coming up with questions, you may want to consider asking some of the most common:
- Do you think I should file a lawsuit?
- What should I expect if I decide to pursue a lawsuit?
- Do you see any potential or likely obstacles or complications in my case?
- What type of compensation may I be entitled to?
- What can I do to help my case?
- How long do you think it will take to resolve my case?
- Who will be in contact with me throughout the duration of my case?
- What are some of the likely outcomes of my case?
- What fees do you charge and when will they be charged?
- Do you work on a contingency fee basis?
If you and our lawyers decide to take next steps, we will begin investigating your case. We have many years of experience handling consumer fraud cases, and we know how to navigate the complexities of this area of law.
The Importance of Notes, Documentation and Observations
In the time leading up to your consultation with our consumer fraud lawyers, keeping notes can be very helpful to your case. You can do so by keeping a log of everything you think may be pertinent to your case, such as dates of when you realized fraud had occurred, and dates of communication with any related parties.
It’s also important to keep all of the documentation related to the situation, such as emails, letters, bills and any other records or communication. Although there may be pieces of information that don’t seem important now, they could become very valuable to your attorneys at some point down the road.
Bring all of these things with you to your consultation. These documents, observations and notes will help us evaluate your claim and provide you with an accurate assessment of your legal options.
If you are wondering if you have a consumer fraud case, please call 1-888-517-9115 or contact Markoff Leinberger online to arrange a free consultation.