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How Can a Busy Lawyer Do a Good Job?

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How Can a Busy Lawyer Do a Good Job?

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Our office handles Mississippi Workers’ compensation claims like a team sport.   The attorneys at Chhabra and Gibbs are all experienced when it comes to pursuing injured workers in Mississippi. We are busy lawyers for two reasons– 1. We can’t stand to see injured workers treated unfairly, and 2. we are good at what we do.  You want your lawyer doing the “lawyering”, because that is what they know— whether that be in the courtroom advocating for injured workers, participating in depositions, or drafting motions and briefs that bring attention to their client’s issues.  This means that your attorney is  not always sitting right at his or her desk, ready to answer the phone when you call. We are ‘ too busy’ getting out there helping injured workers.  That’s why we have a whole team of paralegals, legal assistants, and receptionists on standby to help address any issues related to your case.  Every time you speak with one of our team, the attorney handling your claim is made aware, and a plan is put in place to address whatever problem you may be having. All the attorneys in the firm are accessible by email as well, and  many find emails quicker to be able to than phone calls. When it comes to workers compensation injuries in Mississippi, hiring a busy lawyer means that you are hiring a lawyer who many other clients trust. In a perfect world a lawyer could speak to a client at least weekly. But a good lawyer who gets the job done will serve you better if they have a team in place to keep your case moving.

Rogen K. Chhabra

If you or a loved one have been injured in Mississippi while on the job, contact us today at Chhabra & Gibbs, P.A. We charge nothing to consult with you about your potential Mississippi Workers’ Compensation case. Call us at 601-948-8005 or use the live chat function or contact form on our website.

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