I will tell people almost all the time, the earlier I can get involved, I think, the more beneficial I can be for you. If I can get involved early in the process, I can help to make sure the medical treatment is taken care of the way it's supposed to be, I can make sure the wages that are getting paid are the correct amounts, any kind of a blip in the radar on benefits, we can get corrected. So I like to get in as early as possible.
Then, if there is a problem with your case, where it's a glaring problem, like, "Well, they shut off my benefits package," or, "The medical provider said I'm done and I still can't use my arm, and I don't know what to do, and I don't know how to go get additional medical treatment or how to get that ordered." Need to consult with the attorney at that point. That's when we know we really can jump in and make an immediate difference for you.