Attorney Tim Ferguson explains the value of an Attorney.

One of the drawbacks that a lot of people have when determining to call a lawyer or not is, well, you know, the lawyer’s going to take a fee. Right. And that’s natural. I get it.

But when you take into account the value that an attorney, especially at a firm, like the Ferguson firm, the value that it creates and that it generates both through understanding what to file, understanding what sort of treatment to see, understanding how to argue the case, understanding what experts we talked about, what experts to hire, who to look for in the expert field, and doing a lot of the paperwork, doing a lot of the stuff that most people probably would rather not do. But the value that that creates, I mean – I’ve seen it firsthand every day – the amount of value that is brought from this firm and, you know, attorneys in general, it’s exponential. It’s exponential.

So I get it. I understand that a lot of people are hesitant and some people – it’s like going to the doctor’s office or the dentist’s office – some people just don’t want to deal with it. They don’t want to go, you know, downtown to the big white building and come talk with us. I, you know, I at least sort of understand that.

But when you look at the facts and you look at the value that attorneys in general, and especially here generate, there’s no question. And we’re friendly, you know, we’re friendly too. You know, we’re human beings. And, you know, I’m still, you know, not as removed, I’m a young lawyer, I’ve been a lawyer for almost three years. And you know, so I can appreciate that stuff because two or three years ago, I wasn’t a lawyer, so I get it.

But when you put it, you know, put on these shoes and understand that, you know, we care about our clients, we’re passionate about them. You know, we’re not the dentist office, right. You can come in and hang out and shoot the breeze, talk about your case, talk about, of course your injuries, and everything else.