Go That Extra Mile to Help Clients
An attorney’s primary goal is to provide legal services and excellent legal representation to that client and that client’s family. But when an attorney goes that extra mile to help clients and their family members get whatever help they may need that is outside the legal, there is a personal touch to the whole thing.
For example, if they have kids who are traumatized by a parent’s death, then help line them up for counseling with a child psychologist. Likewise, if a spouse who passed away was a primary breadwinner for the family, take steps to help the surviving spouse replace the income so that family can continue to survive.
Despite these things being outside the traditional role of an attorney and the attorney-client relationship, when attorneys help clients this way, it’s very important in the life of a family when someone has been tragically injured or killed.
And those are very important things that we make it a point to provide to our clients.