Schuette & Associates

50 W Montgomery Ave Ste B390
Rockville, MD 20850

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18.09 miles

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6700 Rockledge Dr
Bethesda, MD 20817

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If you need legal help, or you're looking for legal advice in Ashburn, working with an attorney can be the best way to get quality information. That way, you'll know what you're being told is accurate. You can look for legal information online, but it can be hard to be sure what's accurate and what isn't. Plus, your situation might have some specifics or details that could be important. Because of that, the advice you're finding online might not really apply to you the way you hope it will or think it should.

Among the biggest considerations when looking for legal advice in Ashburn, is that there are different types of attorneys. You don't want to hire one who doesn't have expertise in the area where you need help. Even though all attorneys in Ashburn have education and experience with the law, they don't all have the same knowledge of certain areas of that law. You wouldn't hire a criminal defense attorney for your personal injury case, for example, or a corporate law lawyer to handle a deceased family member's estate.

Ashburn attorneys sometimes specialize in a particular area of the law, or they work more generally in larger niches. For example, an attorney may work in the broad category of family law, or may be more specifically focused on divorce or child custody. Either way, the goal is to choose a Ashburn attorney who understands what you need, and who has the experience required to do a good job with your particular case and its circumstances. Lawyers can be costly, but they can also be very worth it for the help they provide.

How you'll pay your Ashburn lawyer, and how much their services will cost you, should be two areas where you're carefully considering your options. You don't want to choose the least expensive option automatically, but you also don't want to focus only on the price when you're looking into Ashburn attorneys who can meet your needs. Price matters, but value is what you should be looking for. That can help you get the best possible outcome for your case, whether you need a defense attorney or an estate lawyer.

In some cases, you won't be asked to pay any money upfront. This is usually for cases where the Ashburn attorney feels they can get you a significant amount as compensation for an injury. If you've had a slip and fall accident at a Ashburn business, or you've been involved in a car accident where someone else was at fault, it may be possible for you to get a large amount of money. That often depends on all the specific circumstances, as well as how badly you were injured. Personal injury attorneys often get paid from settlements.

In other words, they won't get paid unless they recover for you. Then, when you receive your compensation from the other party or their insurance company, the lawyer you hired will take their fee from that money. It's usually a percentage of how much you get, and you want to make sure you understand how much they'll be taking before you agree to anything. In some cases, they may take thirty or even forty percent of the amount that the other party agrees to pay to you, so being prepared with that knowledge matters.