YOUR INITIAL CONSULTATION WITH AN EMPLOYMENT ATTORNEY: WHAT TO DO
After you have selected an employment attorney, you should set up an initial consultation with him or her.
This initial consultation may happen over the phone, or it may most likely take place in person. Either way, at this first meeting, you should evaluate the attorney to see if he or she is right for you and your case.
The attorney will also be assessing your case and whether you will be a good witness in your case. The most important factor, though, is to make sure you are comfortable with the employment attorney and can work effectively with him or her.
The lawyer will want to know the facts of your potential case in order to assess whether you have a case and how strong it is. So, prepare to present the facts in a clear way. A good idea is to prepare a timeline of relevant events in chronological order, including the names of individuals involved, including witnesses.
David Payab, Esq. from The Law Offices of Payab & Associates can be reached @ (818) 918-5522 or by visiting http://payablaw.com/