I got a referral to go to an attorney that I never researched and I am getting a bad feeling. In particular, I find I am having to prepare the case all on my own ie. getting all medical records, answering and preparing all evidence, ANSWERING ALL FORM INT.'S AND SPECIAL INT'S, pay for all contractors/investigators to report on the defects of the townhome in which I was injured etc. Luckily I have insurance otherwise I am pretty sure he wouldn't have arranged doctors for me. I asked several friends who either had PI cases or asked some who knew about the proper handling of a case, and they all said that they had to do nothing except sign and verify anything the lawyer did. Is this the proper way to handle my case with me doing all the Interrogatories? Preparing evidence etc.?
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