Do you have access to the Justice System? Do you always know what your legal rights are? You are probably like I used to be when I had to answer no to these questions. Yes, help is available, but who should you call? Don’t you have to consider the cost before you call? If you don’t know your rights, you don’t have any rights.
Amazingly, 80% of the people in our country today are without legal help and guidance. What makes this even worse is that our society is growing more litigious day by day. The top 10% have legal counsel because they can afford to keep an attorney on retainer. The lower 10% can’t afford an attorney, so they are provided one by the state. That leaves the 80% majority. Going along through life not knowing their legal rights. Not being able to afford an attorney for anything unless it’s a “life or death” matter. No longer does this have to be true of you.
KNOW YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS
Things to look for to help you know your legal rights:
- Preventative Legal Services – Toll-free telephone consultations with a lawyer on unlimited matters for personal or business questions. Letters/Phone calls made by the lawyer on your behalf. Contract/Document review (up to 10 pages). Will Preparation and updates.
- Motor Vehicle Legal Services – Representation for moving traffic violations. Representation for certain motor vehicle related criminal charges.
- Trial Defense – Help with attorney fees for defense of civil and covered work-related criminal charges.
- IRS Audit Legal Services – Scheduled benefits from your Provider Law Firm to help defray the cost of audit representation.
- Discount – Legal Services needed and not already mentioned will receive a 25% discount.
These type services are what you should look for to help you know and protect your legal rights. This way you have all your “bases covered” to take care of any legal situation that should arise. This helps “level the playing field” so you can have as good or better legal counsel than the top 10%. Many times, the top 10% just have one lawyer on retainer to call on, but you can have a whole full service law firm at your beck and call.
Lawyers, like doctors, specialize and usually concentrate on one area of law. Would you want a foot doctor to do a heart operation for you? Would you want a divorce lawyer to represent you for a traffic ticket. This is why you need a full service law firm available to you, instead of just one lawyer, to be there for you no matter what happens.
Want these services to protect you and your family?