Personal Injury

Clients have the right to change or discharge their lawyer for any reason at any time, though attorneys may also elect to withdraw from a client.

Can I change attorneys at any time? Whatthings should I consider before doing so?

Dear Anonymous: Thank you for your question. You have the right to discharge your attorney at any time and for any reason. In certain circumstances, your first-choice attorney may not be the best fit for you and your type of claim. You may realize that you can pursue a claim on your own or that another attorney better fits your needs. Here are some things to consider as you make your decision.

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Christopher B. Dolan is the owner of the Dolan Law Firm. Nancy Villatoro is an associate attorney in our Redondo Beach, CA office. We serve clients throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and California from our offices in San Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles. Email questions and topics for future articles to: Each situation is different, and this column does not constitute legal advice. We recommend that you consult with an experienced trial attorney to fully understand your rights.

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