You’re asking, my lawyer is not communicating with me what do I do? It can be very annoying and frustrating when your lawyer is not communicating with you for whatever reason. However, you have some important legal options.
If your lawyer is not communicating with you, you may be able to change or switch your lawyer. Also, it may be a good idea to try to communicate with your lawyer in multiple ways like emails, text message, phone calls, in person, or other ways which can help. However, if your lawyer is not communicating or speaking or talking to you, your lawyer might not want to work on your case and you may want to change your lawyer for the best results.
Lets face it, there are many different reasons why an attorney might not be communicating with you. The lawyer may be overworked, or may be sick or even passed away, the phone systems might not be working, or they might be overloaded with cases and heavy caseload. Nevertheless, your lawyer should take the time to speak to you regarding your legal matter.
A good option is to change your lawyer to one that will give you more attention, speak and communicate with you, and truly care about your case more. We offer a completely free consultation and free case evaluation.
Things You Can Do If Your Lawyer Is Not Communicating With You
You Have Options
One of the best things you can do if your lawyer is not communicating with you is get a free consultation or free second evaluation with a different lawyer of your choosing. Pick one that more specifically matches the personality and characteristics you are looking for.
Especially for civil litigation cases it is relatively simple to change your lawyer in most instances because the representation is performed on a contingency basis which means that you do not pay unless you win.
However, depending on the stage of your case, whether it is a new case or one that is already in litigation or trial, it can become more complex the later in the process you are.
Either way, we would be happy to speak to you and go over your potential case together. Call us now for a completely free consultation and free case review.