Frequently asked questions

The role of a lawyer is to help the client achieve their legal objectives. This can involve providing advice, preparing for litigation, negotiating with the opposing party, or other similar tasks.

You should inform the lawyer about all the relevant details of your case. This might include recent events, contracts, correspondence, or any other relevant documents.

If you can't afford to pay for a lawyer's fees, you can apply for state-funded or free legal aid. This means that you may be granted financial support to cover the lawyer's fees.

Legal expenses insurance provides you with financial protection if you become involved in a legal process. The insurance typically covers the costs of hiring a lawyer, legal proceedings, and potential expert fees. You can use it if you, for instance, are in a dispute with your employer or concerning a real estate transaction. However, make sure to review the terms and coverage of the insurance before using it.

Choose a lawyer who specializes in the specific area of your case. You can also ask for recommendations from acquaintances who have used a lawyer before or check online reviews of lawyers.

Lawyers typically charge either by hourly rates or with a fixed fee. Before making an agreement, ask the lawyer about their billing method and the cost of the service.

If you want to sue someone in court, get in touch with a lawyer who can help you determine if you have sufficient grounds for the lawsuit and guide you through the legal process.

The duration of a legal process depends on various factors, such as the complexity of the trial, the availability of witnesses, and the cooperation of the opposing party. Your lawyer can provide you with more specific information about the estimated duration of your case.

If you're not satisfied with the work of a lawyer, first discuss the matter with the lawyer directly. If you don't receive a satisfactory response, you may consider changing lawyers.

The amount of compensation depends on various factors, such as the nature of the events, the severity of injuries, and the lost income. A lawyer can help you assess the amount of compensation and provide more detailed information on the matter.

We hope these answers assist you in dealing with us! However, always remember that each situation is unique, and for the best and accurate assessment of your situation, you should consult a lawyer personally.