Firing Your Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawyer
I frequently receive calls from those that already have a Massachusetts personal injury lawyer handling their respective accident claim. Many of these calls stem from frustration on the part of the client who feels unsatisfied with the way the attorney is handling the injury claim. I find that most of these people have no idea that they can fire their lawyer.
In fact, the client can terminate the attorney/client relationship for whatever reason, and, in fact, the client does not even need a reason to fire the lawyer. Thus, the client can fire the lawyer whenever he wants to. Of course, the terminated attorney will want to be paid for the reasonable value of his services. The successor attorney and the first attorney will work out the fee arrangement between themselves. Good luck!