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How To Make Sure You Are Treated Fairly In A Law Suit

Unfair treatment can occur in any type of lawsuit. This type of treatment can skew the case or make proving facts much more difficult. Stopping or preventing unfair treatment during a lawsuit requires action and that action should be taken. But as many of us are not aware of proper legal conduct it can be a challenge to enforce these ideas. But there are several ways to make sure parties are treated fairly at all times.

Hire an Experienced Lawyer

The most effective way to ensure fair treatment is to hire an experienced lawyer who has previously litigated the type of case being heard. A lawyer will become an aggressive advocate who is constantly looking out for the best interest of clients. An attorney can handle malicious and frivolous legal actions. They will also make sure compensation is fair. Experienced attorneys will protect clients during a lawsuit.

Stay Engaged

It is important to stay engaged during a lawsuit in order to get fair treatment from all parties. Staying engaged involves having a full understanding of what is happening and what will happen. Documents relating to the case should be read as they are produced. Insisting on transparency during the different stages of the lawsuit will make certain information is not hidden and decisions are not being made without full approval.

Always Be Vocal

Unfair treatment during a lawsuit sometimes occurs because it goes unnoticed and unaddressed. Being vocal whenever something seems unfair can help to prevent this type of treatment. Questions should also be asked of the attorney to make sure anything that has the appearance of unfairness or impropriety is actually appropriate. This will prevent any issues from going unnoticed.

Check Communications with an Attorney

Unfair treatment can sometimes happen because of misinterpreted communications or conversations. Any communications with the other parties should be done through an attorney. Any letters or calls received should be shown to the attorney. A lawyer will make sure responses to communications have the exact meaning intended so the client is treated fairly.

Follow the Rules and Be Respectful

Unfair treatment sometimes occurs because a person is seen as being disrespectful during proceedings. It is important to understand and follow the rules of the court. Any testimony, responses or statements given in court should be respectful regardless of the tone of the other party. Similarly, appearance and actions should be respectful. This will prevent potential bias and unfair treatment.

Although there are many gray areas of the law, unfair treatment by anyone from the judge to the opposing attorney is not permitted. The unfair treatment could even be something that is legally actionable. John Neustadt, a personal injury attorney from Ventura recommends a skilled lawyer as the best defense against unfair treatment. Make sure you know who you are working with as your legal defense and that they understand what you want out of the case and are willing and capable to give it to you.

With these pointers and an attorney you trust, you should be able to navigate your law suit and come out with satisfaction in the end.

This article is from Brionna Kennedy. Ms. Kennedy is native to the Pacific Northwest, growing up in Washington, then moving down to Oregon for college. She enjoys writing on fashion and business, but any subject will do, she loves to learn about new topics. When she isn’t writing, she lives for the outdoors. Oregon has been the perfect setting to indulge her love of kayaking, rock climbing, and hiking.


Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

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