PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY SERVING GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA  AND SURROUNDING AREAS

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The law offices of Nicholas B. Hall have been representing clients in Grand Forks, North Dakota and the surrounding areas for over 40 years. We take great pride in advocating for victims of personal injury claims. At our law office, your needs come first. We are sensitive to any special requirements you may have. We will be happy to work as a team and make decisions together, after all, it is your case, but we will be there along the way to offer any advice you may need. We will do everything possible in our power to find the best resolution for you.

When it comes to hiring a personal injury lawyer, it is important to find a representative that will put you first. We've listed a few items below that you should consider before you make such a big decision.

  • How much experience does the lawyer have? How many cases has he or she handled? If the case happens to go to trial, are they capable of handling such a case?

  • Would they intend to bring in special expertise lawyers? If so, are they going to increase the first fee they provided?

  • Do they intend to keep in regular communication during the process and provide updates on the status of your case?

  • Will the lawyer personally handle your case? Or will he delegate the case to an assistant?

  • Is the lawyer pressuring you into a contract or a retainer agreement during the first meeting?

  • Is he or she promising the world before even investigating the claim?

We always want to put our client's needs first, and of course, our goal is to receive the best results possible for our client. If the case happens to go to trial, Nicholas B. Hall has over 40 years of experience under his belt. Our law firm is more than capable of handling the trial.

  • Is the Lawyer pressuring you into a contract or a retainer agreement during the first meeting?

  • Is he or she promising the world before even investigating the claim?