You may have noticed the advertisements and billboards for attorneys around the city. Big, bright colors and photos showcase “famous” attorneys who are ready to take on your case, according to the ad. Though it might be tempting to give them a call and ask them to assist you on your personal injury, medical malpractice, or car accident claim, we do want to offer a word of caution. Unfortunately, when you call many of these types of law offices, you may not actually work with the attorney who was advertised. Many of these types of firms will use paralegals or case managers as the lead on your claim. How do you know who will be working on your case?
You asked we answered: will an attorney work on my personal injury case?
Will an Attorney Work on My Personal Injury Case at Panter, Panter, and Sampedro?
When you call us at Panter, Panter, and Sampedro, you will get to speak with one of our attorneys here in the office. You may ask to speak directly to Mitch Panter, Brett Panter, David Sampedro, or Josh Wintle. If we are occupied at the moment and unable to take your call, we will definitely get back to you as soon as we can to discuss your case in more detail. We always offer a free first-time consultation, and that will be with one of our attorneys, not an assistant or paralegal. If we decide to work together, you have our word that you will work directly with one of our attorneys on your case. Yes, we have paralegals and assistants in the office, however, one of our attorneys will work directly with you and be the person in charge of your personal injury claim.
Our Partners are among 7% of Attorneys who are Board-Certified
Brett, Mitch, and David are all Board-Certified attorneys who have been working directly with clients for a combined 100 years of experience. When an attorney is Board-Certified it means that he or she must be in good standing with the Florida Bar and meet the standards of the Florida Supreme Court. Board-Certified lawyers must show substantial involvement in the field of law for which certification is sought, pass an exam and a peer review assessment of their competency in the specialty field. Additionally, they must show good character, ethics, and professionalism in the practice of law, and satisfy the certification areas continuing legal education requirements. Only about seven percent of the eligible members of the Florida Bar are Board-Certified.
How Can I Contact Panter, Panter, and Sampedro?
When you are ready to discuss your personal injury claim, you can contact the law offices of Panter, Panter, and Sampedro in several ways. You can give us a call at 305-662-6178, or contact us via our website, panterlaw.com. Ask for one of our attorneys, Brett, Mitch, David, or Josh and we will be happy to discuss your claim with you. You can expect a personalized, boutique experience when you call the law offices of Panter, Panter, and Sampedro.
The answer to the question, “Will an attorney work on my personal injury case?” is “Yes” at Panter, Panter, and Sampedro. We look forward to hearing from you.