The rapport you have with the attorney.

When you’ve narrowed your choices, you should meet with your top picks. How you interact with an attorney, how he answers your questions, and your initial feelings toward him may be important. You should have a good working relationship with your choice, but you must also feel that your attorney empathizes with your situation and will commit personally to your case’s success.

The costs.

Some attorneys charge hourly. However, many attorneys charge by contingency fee—which means you pay them a percentage of your award after your case is won, and you don’t pay attorney fees at all if your attorney does not win the case. You can be sure that if your attorney charges a contingency fee and takes your case, he feels confident that he can win.


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.