How to Choose the Right Lawyer
There are times in life when it is critical to have the strategic advice, legal insight, and technical skills of a good, experienced lawyer.
No one plans to get into an accident, bury a loved one, be injured on the job, get arrested or end a committed relationship. But when these things happen, choosing to navigate the process on your own may cause even more heartache and financial hardship.
Lawyers have access to more information about legal matters, cases and precedents than any other profession. Additionally, the legal system is very complicated. Even legal experts specialize in specific areas because it is impossible to remain familiar with every aspect of the law and the always changing court decisions and precedents.
Beyond information and specialization, a good lawyer should be a trusted, educated advisor that will guide you through a maze of complex legal proceedings while actively pursuing your best interest. According to the American Bar Association, the number of lawyers in the United States has increased by 15% since 2008. There were more than 50,000 attorneys in Pennsylvania in 2018. With this many options available, how do you choose the best lawyer?
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