retaining an attorney

Retaining an experienced attorney is one of the best things you can do when you are facing legal issues. You may have suffered injuries during an accident or need to find out how to get your loved one’s estate through probate. No matter what problem you are facing, a skilled attorney can help you find a solution. Saperstein Law Group is here to assist all our clients with their legal needs. 

Attorney-Client Privilege 

One of the most important benefits of retaining a skilled attorney is being able to take advantage of attorney-client privilege. By seeking out the services of an attorney, you will be able to protect information such as attorney work products and other confidential information regarding your case. 

Opposing counsel may attempt to obtain this information if you are not represented by counsel. A judge or other attorney will not protect you from devious tactics used by defense attorneys to acquire privileged information from unsuspecting parties. It is generally advisable that all potential clients retain legal counsel so they do not inadvertently damage their own cases. 

Attorney-Client Confidentiality 

Attorney-client confidentiality is extremely important if you want to be able to speak candidly with your lawyer about the facts of your case and other topics. You do not have to reveal any communications you share with your attorney. Attorney-client confidentiality is in effect even after your death, and your conversations with your attorney cannot be discovered during litigation. 

You need to be able to speak honestly with your attorney about the facts of the case as well as other important points that can affect your legal rights. An attorney needs to know this information so they can provide you with the best legal representation possible. Your communications with your lawyer will remain confidential, and you do not have to worry about your attorney sharing your private information with others. 

Hiring Expert Witnesses 

It will likely be necessary for you to hire expert witnesses to help you substantiate your legal claims. A skilled lawyer can help you find expert witnesses who are knowledgeable, experienced, and reliable. You will also have to organize and synthesize the expert reports so they can all strengthen your case. Some expert reports may be used at trial. Expert reports often contain important information regarding the liability of the parties. If this is the case, they can be extremely powerful tools that can affect the outcome of your case. 

Expert reports take time to produce, and therefore an attorney can make sure that expert witnesses are hired at an early point in your case. You do not need to wait until the end of your case to begin assembling the expert witnesses who will make your case stronger. 

Contact the Saperstein Law Group Today to Learn More about the Benefits of Retaining an Attorney 

The Saperstein Law Group has years of experience representing clients during their time of need. Our attorneys understand how stressful and overwhelming litigation can be for people who are unfamiliar with the American legal system. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.