You can always expect professional service from the team at Recovery Law.
We invite you to meet with one of our lawyers. Your initial meeting will consist of a three-part process, Your Questions, Our Questions, and Initial Advice.
As our potential client, we want you to feel comfortable bringing up any concerns you may have. Asking questions is essential to your understanding of the legal processes, and will allow you to make informed decisions. Meeting with a lawyer can be confusing at the beginning. If you’re unsure of what to ask, that’s okay. We will work with you to help you get a better understanding of the law, and of what you need to know.
Next, we will need to learn a little bit about you, and about the situation that has brought you to our office. Don’t worry! You may not be able to answer all of our questions. It is important for us to learn what you do know and what you do not know, so that we know where to concentrate our efforts.
Once our lawyers have assessed your information we can plan a strategy. You’ll learn how we can serve your interests, what challenges you might face, and what it will be like to work together. You can then decide if you want Recover Law to pursue legal action on your behalf.
Next, we start gathering information regarding employment, liability, and medical treatment. We need to understand exactly how the collision has impacted you. We work with various expert, including medical professionals, to leverage your position with ICBC.
Once we have the documentation and expert opinions, we are in a good position to resolve your claim. Together, we will consider all potential means of meeting your compensation goals. These strategies include negotiations, mediation, and trial.
We want to make sure our firm’s goals align with your interests. That’s why the Recovery Law Corporation utilizes a retainer agreement based on a contingency fee. This means that we are paid a portion of the amount you receive. A legal fee is only payable to Recovery Law if you are successful in your claim.
We provide you with comprehensive legal representation
and competent advice throughout the process of filing and arguing your claim.