Confused by the inconsistencies of my attorney, I contacted others with the hope of getting things clarified, but they won't even talk to me because I was already represented.
Tell those attorneys you are seeking a second opinion. You would probably have to pay a small fee and your primary attorney might need to be notified but it is permitted
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As a client you have the right to select whichever attorney you want. I suggest explaining your case on Avvo and see what kinds of responses you get to see if your current attorney is on the right track. If you are concerned he/she is not pursuing the claim as vigorously as you would like, let him/her know. Most attorney's figure you aren't willing to switch so they don't want to bother bringing you in for a consultation.
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