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Blogs from July, 2016

Selecting a Personal Injury Attorney


Many times, people wonder what qualities to look for when selecting an attorney. There are many types of attorneys and each is unique in their experience and expertise in specific areas of law. If you have been injured in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, it is important to look for an attorney who specializes in personal injury cases. One of the first factors you should consider is experience. Is the attorney you are considering someone who frequently practices in the area of law you need help in, or are they just familiar with it?

Ask these questions when searching for a personal injury attorney:

  • What is the firm’s experience in personal injury cases?
  • What is the primary focus of the practice?
  • Does the firm understand tort law and cases involving negligence?
  • What is the reputation of the practice?
  • Does the firm have trial experience?
  • Has the firm seen success in cases for their clients?

About The Womac Law Firm:

I founded The Womac Law Firm over 30 years ago to stand up for the rights of personal injury victims. My practice is dedicated to helping victims who have been injured in an accident. We have represented 38,000 clients through the years. We have a client-centered approach and are committed to getting the best result for every client we represent. When you hire our firm, you don’t get just one injury attorney - you get the entire firm’s collective experience, knowledge, and insight to help with your case.

When you retain The Womac Law Firm, you are hiring a firm that makes it a point to do the best job possible at representing you in your personal injury case. We have successfully recovered millions of dollars over the years. A big part of this record of success is our experience.

If you are looking for a New Orleans injury lawyer to fight hard for you in your case, I hope you will give me a call. Call our firm anytime at 504-486-9999 and we will show you how we “Put the Womac on ‘Em.”

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