How can I fire my attorney in New Hampshire or Vermont?
An unscrupulous attorney may do little to no work for you and then threaten you with fees if you leave him. Your lawyer may be impossible to reach and as you continue to see no progress on your case you may feel trapped. What can you do? Can you fire your attorney? The answer depends on the state.
Fortunately in New Hampshire and Vermont you have the right to fire your attorney at any time you see fit. The lawyer can and may have a claim for services rendered, meaning that you may owe him for the time he spent on your case.
At Van Dorn & Curtiss we can and do take on clients who are unhappy with their current attorney. We work out any fee disputes with the attorney without you having to pay extra fees. This can include your old attorneys claim to any compensation you receive through a settlement or trial.
If you have an attorney and you are unhappy with the service you are receiving please let us take a look at your case. We pride ourselves on our honesty and frankness and will let you know if we think we can help. Contact our attorneys today to see if we can help you escape a bad lawyer. As always the consultation is free and our experienced and dedicated attorneys will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve.