Do I Need a Lawyer?

The legal system can be intimidating for non-lawyers. Although individuals are permitted to bring a case or defend one without a lawyer, it is often not a good idea to do so. Lawyers are trained to understand the arguments that can be made on behalf of a client and to know the Rules of Civil Procedure and Rules of Evidence that govern. Furthermore, if a client wishes to settle a case without filing a lawsuit or going to court, lawyers are equipped to negotiate and try to obtain a fair settlement for the client.

Furthermore, many cases are very expensive to pursue effectively. For example, a medical malpractice case or products liability case might require an investment up to $75,000 or more in experts and other litigation expenses which is more than many people are able or willing to invest. Therefore, many people need a law firm with the resources to advance such costs on their behalf.

If you or a loved one are injured due to the negligence of another or involved in a dispute, the lawyers at Fayssoux & Landis, PA have decades of experience representing clients in a broad range of cases. Furthermore, if a case is worth pursuing, Fayssoux & Landis, PA is able to invest the resources necessary to ensure the case is handled properly. In many cases, we offer a contingency fee which means that we do not get paid unless money is recovered from the at-fault party or parties. Depending on the circumstances, we are often willing to advance the significant costs of pursuing a case and will recover the costs when the case is settled or a judgment is collected.

Our lawyers have handled numerous cases and achieved favorable outcomes for clients in a broad range of cases in both state and federal court including personal injury and medical malpractice claims. Furthermore, our lawyers have achieved countless settlements prior to incurring the time and cost associated with litigation.

Do not hesitate to call us for a free consultation so we can discuss whether legal representation may be beneficial for you.