If you are injured in an accident, and hire a large law firm, do you really know who’s handling your case? Who will be analyzing your file and making strategic decisions on your behalf? Is it the lawyer you who shook your hand when you signed the contract for representation, a paralegal, or a lawyer who recently passed the bar exam? Over the years, I have received countless phone calls from people who were disappointed after thinking they had hired an “established” injury attorney, only to learn afterwards that the attorney never had time to talk to them after the first meeting. Instead, all the work being done on their case is a paralegal they don’t know and, the Court appearances are being handled by a "junior associate" of the law firm. Before you hire a lawyer to be your advocate, however, I would suggest asking a few questions about who will actually be handling your case. At the Law Office of Joshua Reed, what you see is what you get, an experienced and compassionate attorney, willing to personally evaluate your case, become your advocate, and develop a strategy just for you.