With a new website comes new opportunities. We’ve been working to provide insight into the world of law, and one of the ways we hope to educate people moving forward is through our new YouTube channel and video series, “60 second with Levinson and Stefani,” which we unveiled yesterday. These quick videos are meant to be convenient but also informative, a helpful opportunity to shed light on questions we’ve received in the past.
Our first video features Ken discussing an encounter with a prospective client that was looking to hire a lawyer as part of a wrongful death case. Ken recalls a particular question he was asked by the family: “If you were me, what would you look for in a lawyer?” It struck Ken as one of the better questions he’s been asked in recent memory.
As you’ll hear, Ken stresses the importance of building a relationship instead of focusing on bold promises and the allure of big settlement histories. It’s important to know whether your lawyer has tried similar cases before. It’s important to know that you’ll be spending a lot of time with your lawyer. It’s important to feel comfortable dealing with the same person on a regular basis. It’s important to have some kind of bond. Check out the vid and let us know what you think.