4 different law firms are working on my personal injury case is that a good thing ?


I was told that my case was worth a lot and they didn't mind sharing the award what should I believe?


It's not very common, but since you give no details about the case, it could be 1) the original attorney referred it to 2) a specialist firm handling just your type of case, who then engaged the services of 3) a trusts & estates firm to handle the estate (if there is one), and 4) a fourth firm to deal with lien reduction. If I'm feeling creative, I could come up with fifth firm to handle an appeal. The bottom line is, it does not affect the amount of any recovery you would be entitled to, so you should probably be more inquisitive of your "main:" lawyer to see why all the others are needed. Sounds like a heck of a case!

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