Many companies and employers are asking their customers to sign mandatory arbitration clauses and jury waivers. Should they sign? We asked Andrea Richard of The Richard Law Firm to find out more.
Meet Personal Injury Attorney Andrea Richard
A family trying to find a lawyer after a serious injury faces a lot of choices. Why should they choose you and your firm? Andrea Answers this, and tells us a little bit about herself
What Should I Expect About Communicating with My Lawyer?
Lawyers are often busy. What can a client expect about communicating with their lawyer during their case? We asked Andrea Richard of the Richard Law Firm to find out more.
Should I Talk to the Insurance Adjuster?
The insurance adjuster often contacts a person who has been seriously injured right after the wreck. Should the injured person give a statement to the insurance adjuster? We asked Andrea Richard of The Richard Law
Why Does a Small Case Load Make a Difference?
You worked at a large law firm for 11 years. What is the difference between the client experience at a large law firm and a smaller law firm? We asked Andrea Richard of the Richard
Should I Share What Happened to Me On Social Media? #MeToo Campaign
Many who have experienced discrimination or harassment want to share their story on social media, as part of the #MeToo campaign. What do you think? Is that a good idea? Is that wise? We asked
What Do You Love Most About Practicing Law?
What motivates you? What do you like about practicing? Andrea Richard Answers this to give us a better look into how she operates.
Why does Trial Experience Matter?
There are many lawyers out there. Most cases settle. Does it matter whether the lawyer I choose has tried cases? We asked Andrea Richard of The Richard Law Firm to find out more.
The Reasons Juries are Critical to Justice – Why We Believe in the Jury System
We asked Andrea why she thinks the jury system is important for a client?
The 5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Sign a Mandatory Arbitration Clause or Jury Waiver
Mandatory arbitration clauses and jury waivers are showing up more and more. Large companies, including insurance companies, sometimes ask their customers and employees to wave one of their most important rights by