I feel the same way about my personal trainer, she scares the heck out of me, but I lost 20 pounds. However, i am not paying 200 something per hour and there is no correlation between her attitude and how much my bill is, although my fat my argue that point. Hire someone you like and you don't think will overbill or make it worse. I don't mean to minimize your question as there is no such thing as a bad question, but i focus on these counties and honestly there is a list of lawyers in my drawer that i wouldn't let represent my dog (did i say that outloud) yes I did becuase ma has no mandatory CLE's there are tons of angry lawyers who just bill bill bill without producing anything but stress. Find someone you like and work with him or her, life is short and you only get one! I do wish you well, I am done answering for the nite.
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I agree with the previous post. I suggest that you speak with your lawyer to understand her case approach. Set some objective goals such as discovery items. Look at the lawyer reviews here. Remember, you hired the lawyer and you can fire the lawyer if you are dissatisfied.
Best of luck
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I would strongly suggest that you meet with your current attorney and explain our concerns. It may be that she is not in fact aggessive enough for you or there has been some miscommunication between the two of you that can be resolved. If you're still not satisfied after meeting with her, then research other attorneys on Avvo and Google until you find one that you think is more suitable for you. Good luck!
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Your attorney advises you, but as the client, you have the finally say with respect to decision making. I would speak with your attorney about your issues and, if during that conversation, it is clear that you differ with respect to strategy or it is clear that your attorney is not aggressive enough because of inexperience or being overmatched by opposing counsel, then I would move on to another attorney.
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