There are two important questions to ask your death case attorney before you have them represent your personal injury case. First, do they meet all regulations required to act as your attorney in your state, and second, how much experience do they have. Obviously, you want one attorney or law firm to handle your case, so you may as well ask right up front if they are fully qualified to handle your case in your state. And, secondly, experience counts, especially in legal matters.
Your death case attorney will act on your behalf to obtain a fair settlement and recovery of damages. They can pursue damage claims for personal injury, property damage, and if necessary, they can represent you in either civil or criminal courts. They are skilled in obtaining fair settlements prior to court, and in arguing for your rights in your state's court system.