The ideal client is understanding, and does not have unreasonable expectations about the outcome of the case, or the time it takes to get there. The ideal client can see both sides of an argument (just as his/her attorney should), and therefore understands the strengths and weaknesses of the case. The ideal client understands that his/her lawyer does not control every aspect of the case, only certain aspects. The ideal client understands the dual role of the trial attorney as advisor and advocate. And the ideal client improves the chances of a favorable outcome by seeking and following the advice of his/her professional advisors.
The ideal client lets there lawyer know when there has been a new doctor or medical proovider. The ideal client does not exaggerate , but tells with specifics what are the reasons they can not work. The ideal client follows the prescribed treatment plan. The ideal client has a significant medical issue that keeps them from being to perform any sustained gainful work.
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