How Often Will You Review My Case?

At Flattmann Law, we review every single one of our cases on a DAILY basis.  It is part of our culture and practice.  If something can be done in your case to help move it along, we take action. 

On each Monday morning of every week, the entire staff meets to discuss all of our cases and analyze them to see if anything can be done to move them forward.  Depending on the case, sometimes the action is as simple as a phone call or email to a client to check on their medical progress.  If a case is in litigation, perhaps it is time to send out written discovery, schedule depositions, or hire an expert witness.  Out of our weekly meetings comes a constantly revised case list (or “to do” list).       

The purpose of our weekly meetings is to make sure we are doing everything in our power to provide our clients with the best, most efficient, and effective representation possible.  To use a volleyball analogy, “If the ball comes to our side of the court, we do our best to get it back over the net as soon as possible.” 

Every morning of the week, we spend 10-15 minutes reviewing our case list in order to set action items for that day.  One by one, we begin executing those items, constantly looking for new ways to push our clients’ cases forward.  At Flattmann Law, we do not procrastinate.  If something can be done to progress our clients’ case, we do it!  We believe in being proactive, not reactive. 

Have You Been Injured In A Covington Area Accident And Want A Law Firm That Truly Cares?

If you are looking for a law firm that truly cares about you and will do everything it can to move your case forward contact us online or call our Covington office directly at 985.590.6182 to schedule your free consultation today. Flattmann Law serves clients on the Northshore, including Covington, Mandeville, Abita Springs, Bogalusa, Franklinton, Folsom, Hammond, Lacombe, Pearl River, and Slidell.

Grady Flattmann
Connect with me
Local Covington, Louisiana attorney focusing 100% on personal injury matters.