There are many ways to get legal help online: directories, matching services, do-it-yourself legal documents websites, and nonprofit public services.
While nonprofit lawyer referral services differ when it comes to qualification standards, when you see a lawyer referral service displaying the LRSconnect Accredited seal, it means that the lawyer referral program meets or exceeds high attorney qualification standards. By screening its member attorneys, you can be assured that the attorney to whom you are referred is experienced, qualified and insured.
Almost every lawyer referral service (LRS) has staff who can connect you with the right attorney, local agency or governmental resource, that is most beneficial for you.
Your LRSconnect accredited LRS is there for you, providing ongoing oversight and response when referral recipients have a complaint, suggestion or concern. Your LRS alone has live human beings to whom you can talk, whether it’s to find a lawyer or agency, or to talk about the representation you’re receiving from an attorney whom you hired.
Contact your lawyer referral service today to see what they can do to help. They want to hear from you.