A large number of my clients come to my after firing their first injury lawyer. We recently wrote an article addressing the questions:
1) Can you fire your injury lawyer and hire another one?
2) What do you have to pay them if you do?
3) Can I change lawyers after the insurance company makes an offer on your car accident case?
The answers to these questions are contained in the new article “Can I Fire My Georgia Injury Lawyer?”
Remember, you are the customer. Even though you are not always right (whoever invented that rule did not elucidate it correctly) the lawyer should always listen to you and give you the benefit of the doubt. If your lawyer will not meet with you in person, you need to reassess your relationship.