Q: Where do I find a attorney to write a demand letter?
I had an incident that happened August 24 at a local Levi’s store. My attorney took the claim and after eight months he doesn’t wish to represent me anymore now I am stuck with medical bills, but he isn’t seeking a lien. My type of claim is a little difficult so, it is difficult for me to find an attorney to take my case. I don’t know what else to do. Should I write a demand letter to Levi’s stating what I want? I even tried apologizing to the attorney and he doesn’t email call or text. I just want justice to be served.
It sounds like you didn't get along with your lawyer and that is the basis of the problem. No lawyer wants a problem client...if that is the case!
Contact local PI lawyers on this site or google PI lawyers and continue.
I wouldn't be surprised if, after investigation, the facts don't warrant the ins co paying you anything b/c they don't think they can prove there was negligence.
If you are looking for an attorney to write a demand letter, you can search for law firms in your area that are experienced in personal injury or civil litigation. You can also ask for referrals from friends or family members who have had similar experiences. It may also be helpful to check online reviews and ratings of attorneys before making a decision.
Regarding your current situation, it is important to understand that an attorney is not obligated to represent a client indefinitely, and there may be various reasons why they choose to withdraw from a case. However, if you are concerned about your medical bills, you may want to consider consulting with a new attorney to discuss your options for seeking compensation.
A demand letter is a legal document that outlines your claims and demands for compensation from the other party. It is typically written by an attorney, but you may be able to write one yourself if you are comfortable with the legal process. However, it is recommended to seek legal advice to ensure that your rights are protected and that the demand letter is properly structured.
My website has free demand letter templates: https://www.jlegal.org/blog/free-demand-letter-templates/
If you need legal assistance, contact my office. We offer a free consultation option for potential clients.
A: Look for a local attorney to help you in your area. You may need to pay to file the case in court if an attorney agrees to take a "difficult case" (as you say) if the demand letter is not get accepted. Or Small claims court up to $10,000 for yourself without an attorney is an option for you depending on what your medical bill amounts are. You will need to make sure you can meet your burden of proof before you decide to spend good money on your case, maybe that is why the case is difficult and the risk to reward is high.
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