People often confuse the terms “trial lawyers” and “attorneys,” but the difference is easily found with a few simple details.
Attorneys are all those with law degrees and a practicing license from a bar association.
But being a trial lawyer is different. Per the Princeton Review, a trial lawyer’s job is to persuade a jury of the facts in a case, and to display them in a way that best supports their client’s position.
Being a trial lawyer means you have:
- Faced opposition
- Gone to trial numerous times
- Produced great results
At Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen, a leading medical malpractice and personal injury firm, we believe trial lawyers need to pay attention to both the client’s short-term and long-term needs. It’s not meant to be a quick relationship. Hiring a trial lawyer with experience is something you should look for because a trial’s results can last a client a lifetime.
For best results, our recommendation is to select a trial lawyer who has experience, a proven track record and knows how to communication with both the jury and judges.
Have you recently been wronged and need help with a litigation claim? See if the trial lawyers at Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen can help. Check out our practice areas page to view what we specialize in and contact us for a free consultation.