Legal Knowledge and Effective Communication
Our attorneys do not just litigate, we counsel. We believe our injury lawyers must keep each and every client well informed and advised throughout each phase of their case. In addition to legal knowledge, we believe compassionate effective communication skills are vital to the attorney/client relationship. We are good listeners and all attorneys and their staff respond to client inquiries promptly and respectfully, whether that inquiry be by telephone, e-mail or in-office visit. We represent clients in Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
When a Morris James attorney represents you, there is more than an attorney/client relationship formed. Our attorneys get to know each client in order to be able to effectively communicate and demonstrate the impact your injuries have had on all aspects of your life. For example, we need to understand how the accident and injuries impacted your life, such as pain and suffering, loss of earning capacity, substitute services that were needed, and, loss of consortium.
At the conclusion of every case, our group surveys each client for feedback. We are not afraid to learn what our clients think. On the contrary, we value their opinions. We constantly strive to improve our services. We value client input from one who has gone through the litigation process with us. We believe that person is in the best position to keep us informed regarding their reaction to such things as: office location, support staff, lawyering, technology, etc. We are very proud of the client confidence we have earned.
Over 150 Years of Injury Law Experience
The knowledge to anticipate insurance company maneuvers, knowledge of police investigation procedures; and most importantly caring professional attorneys with a personal relationship with each client. We have resolved thousands of cases over the years through negotiation, arbitration, mediation or trial.
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If you have been hurt, we can help. Call 302.655.2599 or email us for a free, no obligation consultation.