Law Firm FAQs
Information on Our Ocala Law Firm
Ocala attorneys at McGraw, Rauba & Mutarelli provide representation on a variety of legal issues. Learn more about our law firm with theses frequently asked questions.
How do I access a video about your firm?
We do not have any videos about our firm for public review. However, by visiting our site, you can acquire information about the McGraw, Rauba & Mutarelli Law Firm and the practice areas that we specialize in. If you are interested in gaining representation from one of our attorneys in Ocala, FL, give us a call so that we can discuss options for your case.
Is legal representation necessary?
It depends on the type of legal issue that you are facing. Even if legal representation is not required, hiring a lawyer will certainly make a difference.
Are there specific questions that I should ask my attorney?
It is crucial to maintain ongoing communication with your attorney. Upon hiring one of our Ocala, FL lawyers, consider asking the following types of questions:
- What is your plan for my case?
- What should I expect during my case proceedings?
- How do I contact you when an emergency arises?
- How does payment work?
- What materials should I bring to meetings and court hearings?
- How should I prepare myself for depositions and other processes?
Will our attorney-client meetings take place at your firm?
A large majority of our attorney-client meetings take place at our Ocala law firm. If there are any issues that may prevent you from meeting at our office, please communicate with your attorney. There are solutions that we can work on together to ensure that you are able to gain the services that you need.
Does my specific incident require legal services?
We will have to review your case to determine if your specific incident needs a lawyer. Again, even if your case does not require legal representation, a lawyer can still benefit you. In fact, you have a greater chance of winning your case or reaching a settlement with a lawyer’s support and guidance.
How much should I expect to pay for attorney services?
Every case requires different types of expenses. You will be charged according to the nature of work that your attorney performs to settle, close or win your case. The majority of the cases that we handle at our law firm are based on contingency fees, which allow our attorneys to collect a portion of your settlement award (if we are successful with your case).
Before hiring an Ocala lawyer, always be sure to inquire about payment and contingency policies.
For all inquiries and information about our McGraw, Rauba & Mutarelli Law Firm, be sure to give us a call. We offer free initial consultations.