Frequently Asked Questions
How can a consultation help me?
Consulting with an attorney may alter the outcome of important matters for you in life changing ways. Laws are complicated and sometimes change from year to year. An experienced attorney can interpret the law for you and point out the most relevant facts which affect your case. In addition, when dealing with conflict, it is easy for emotions surrounding the circumstances to become overwhelming. Having a detached representative can be invaluable.
What should I ask the Desai Law Group’s Team?
Feel free to ask any questions in regard to the law, rights, responsibilities and actions required for your case. We are here to be your advocates and whatever you discuss will be confidential. You may also inquire about timing, fees, and the types of representation we will be able to provide.
What should I bring to the consultation?
Bring any documents that may be relevant to your case. If you are dealing with a business or real estate question then bring in your contracts or documentation. If you are consulting about a personal injury case, then please bring any notes you may have about the timeline of the injury, the details such as location, and contact information for any other individuals who may be involved.
What do I do when I have a question?
We are available for questions by phone or email. We recognize that when you are involved in litigation or resolving a dispute that it can be a stressful time. We make every effort to respond in a timely manner while knowing that open lines of communication are critical.
How will I be kept informed of my case?
Rest assured, that when any new developments occur, you will be notified by our office in a timely fashion. We understand that you may be eagerly awaiting any news regarding your case.
What types of cases are considered personal injury?
If you have suffered an injury from an accident which was the fault of another party, then we might be able to help you recover compensation for your pain, emotional suffering, financial losses, damages depending on the circumstances.