There can be different reasons why an attorney does not want to take a case. Perhaps the attorney does not think there is sufficient value in the case to make it worthwhile. Perhaps the attorney doesn’t understand credit damages. Sometimes what looks like a “really good case” to the injured person is not as good as that person would like. A victim of credit damage may have to show an attorney the potential value of a case, so you might have to hire a credit damage expert yourself to prepare a credit damage measurement report to present to an attorney.
Fees are not negotiable. We can create a mutually agreed upon payment schedule. A deposit will be required. The results of file review will be provided after payment in full is made.
The amount that you might recover as damages can only be determined after all the facts of your case have been reviewed by the expert.
Of course anyone can attempt to represent themselves in legal matters. Good sense suggests, though, that since you are likely not a legal expert or a credit damage expert, you will be better off not attempting to handle your case yourself. The strongest way to make your claim for credit damages is with representation by an attorney knowledgeable in the field who will be assisted by a qualified credit expert.
For many years measuring credit damage was considered impossible. In 1995 an arbitrator ruled that it is possible to scientifically and objectively measure credit damage. The reality is that the subject is not taught in law schools and only rarely in continuing education for attorneys, so the availability of credit damage is not widely known or understood.