They take your call and listen to your story.
They welcome you to their office and lead you to believe they will help you.
They let you know that they arenâ€™t cheap and that litigation is â€“ – expensive! As if they are important. . . no extremely important. Thatâ€™s why they wear suits instead of blue jeans!
Then they want you to sign a â€“ – contract agreement â€“ – which generally states they can get away with murder of your rights and you canâ€™t touch them in a court of law. Why? They are not perfect. They make mistakes â€“ – really bad mistakes â€“ – but itâ€™s OK to them — they’re attorneys.