Charlotte Bankruptcy Attorney Reviews
Charlotte bankruptcy attorney reviews should be an important part of your decision to hire a bankruptcy lawyer. Often, reviews are less specific as to the results the bankruptcy attorney achieved and more specific as to the experience the individual had with the law office. This will help you make a decision between two attorneys or law firms that you think would be good choices for you.
Can I Rely On Charlotte Bankruptcy Attorney Reviews?
Generally speaking, you should be able to rely on attorney reviews on Google. Google has a trustworthy process for making sure reviews are genuine, and not just “made up” by the company trying to sell itself. You may also want to check facebook.com to see if the Charlotte bankruptcy attorney reviews on Facebook are similar to those on Google.
What If A Charlotte Bankruptcy Attorney Has A Bad Review?
Studies have shown that a law firm or business is actually more trustworthy if they have one or two bad reviews. In other words, you might be suspicious if the bankruptcy law firm had nothing but perfect reviews. It makes sense that after years of practicing bankruptcy, a law firm might have a few bad reviews from unhappy clients—unfortunately, it’s just a part of life for any business trying to serve the public.
Attorney Comments On Reviews
One thing you might look for in a bad review is whether the company or lawyer responded to the poor review. If they did respond, was their response one of regret that the person had a bad experience? Did the business blame the individual for the poor experience or outcome? The company’s response is a good way to judge how the company interacts with its clients or patrons.
Speak With A Charlotte Bankruptcy Attorney Today
Once you’ve read a law firm’s website to see if their material is relevant, and checked out their reviews, we recommend you call the firm. You should be able to speak with the bankruptcy attorney on the phone—not just a staff person. If the attorney is not available, you should expect a call back within 24 hours unless there are circumstances preventing it. If it takes a bankruptcy lawyer three days to return your call, you might predict that it will be tough to get your calls returned and your concerns addressed if you choose to work with that bankruptcy lawyer.
Request A Consultation
If you’d like to speak with a Charlotte bankruptcy attorney, give us a call. Part of our job is answering questions. We are happy to analyze your bankruptcy case, whether you end up filing with us or with another firm. What’s most important is that you find the right attorney for YOU. If we can help, we would love to. If we think another Charlotte bankruptcy attorney is a better fit, we can certainly recommend a few to you. You can reach us at 704.749.7747 or click for a FREE CASE EVALUATION and we will be in touch shortly.