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How To Find the Best Attorney to Represent Your Business - Carol Evenson - Blog

How To Find the Best Attorney to Represent Your Business

No matter what industry your business is in, it’s always helpful to have an attorney on hand to guide you through legal issues. Finding the right attorney for your business isn’t as simple as hiring employees. You need to take your time to make sure you find the best fit for your company and your budget. Here are a few key tips to help you choose the right lawyer for your company.

Think About Why You’re Hiring an Attorney

Before you can start looking for an attorney to represent your business and guide you through legal issues, you need to make sure you understand why you’re hiring an attorney in the first place. For example, if you’re worried about liability suits, you’ll want to work with an attorney that specializes in liability cases. If you’re worried about your employees’ exposure to caustic chemicals in the course of their duties, hiring a team of roundup lawsuit attorneys is an absolute must.


Think about your situation. Are there specific concerns you’re worried about? Are you currently facing a lawsuit and need guidance pertaining to that specific legal issue? Identifying the reason behind hiring an attorney will help you make the best choice for your business.

Pay Attention to Their Experience

When you’re looking for qualified employees, you actively look for candidates with the most experience. The same should be true of your search for an attorney. Pay attention to their experience, their educational background and their reputation in their field. Choosing an attorney that doesn’t have extensive experience and education in the type of law they practice will be a waste of money.

Meet With Each Candidate in Person

Whenever possible, try to meet with each attorney you’re considering working with. These consultations should always be free and if an attorney tells you that they’ll charge for the consultation, keep looking.


During the meeting, get to know them and make sure they’re the right fit for your business. A good attorney should take the time to get to know you and understand your legal concerns in detail before telling you if they can be of assistance. If you find yourself driving the conversation or just don’t click with the attorney, keep looking.


If you can’t meet with an attorney in person, don’t panic. See if they’d be willing to set up a video chat when you’re both free. If you’re not comfortable with video calls, standard phone calls are always fine. The most important thing is that you take the time to get to know them and ask them questions before committing to hiring them.

Discuss Their Primary Communication Methods

Different attorneys communicate with their clients in different ways. Before you hire one, you need to make sure you’re comfortable with their primary communication method. If you’re not, see if they’d be willing to communicate with you in your preferred way. Attorneys that refuse outright are not out to help you. Remember, you’re hiring them and if you’re not happy with the way they conduct themselves or do business, you don’t have to work with them.

Look for Attorneys That Are Familiar With Your Industry

Different industries face different legal challenges and knowing how to address those issues can be tough if your attorney isn’t well-versed in your industry. Before you sign a contract, make sure the attorney you’re working with understands the ins and outs of your industry. Look for professionals that have represented businesses like yours in the past. This way, they’ll already be familiar with the types of risk that your company faces.

Get Detailed Information About Their Fees

Every attorney charges for their services, but they won’t charge the same way or the same rate. Clarify their fees and their rates before you hire them. If you have any questions about the way they bill for their services, get them answered in detail. Don’t hesitate to get their fees in writing. This way, you’ll be able to compare their rates with those from other attorneys.


Keep these tips in mind and finding the right attorney for your business will be a breeze.

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