When something as important as your health is at risk, you seek a second opinion without thinking twice about it. Companies are increasingly employing the same strategy to ensure their litigation health? This makes sense, since the side-effects of a case going badly can often have long-term ramifications that surpass a bad knee replacement.
How Does A Second Opinion Work? It's easy. If you have a discrete issue -- should we file this lawsuit; is our current strategy on track; our current lawyers are not being forthcoming about our chance for success; should we appeal this ruling; how can we increase our chances of winning with this summary judgment brief, our law firm is telling us x about the case, can you give us a second opinion; are there alternative strategies; should we settle for this amount -- in a very short time frame and for a fixed fee, we can give you an objective second opinion.
Whether you want to be doubly sure the litigation strategy you are employing is the right one, or you answer to shareholders or a Board of Directors who want to know that your company's litigation is on the right track, a second opinion is the way to go.
It's important to note that our goal is not to take over the litigation. It's to give you objective advice. Rest assured, we play well with all of your team players, including your current law firm who might be handling the litigation we are reviewing.
Interested in a Legal Second Opinion? Contact Our Second Opinion Resident (she's always on call).
Nicole Nehama Auerbach
Founding Member, Valorem