Advantages And Disadvantages Of A Lawyer

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Lawyers are known to be the ones who help people who needs legal advice and representation. They basically are paid like doctors since they have the power to change people’s lives when they win or lose their case. However, not every lawyer do good, because there are some of them that might either be not suitable for you or they’re just simply not good enough because they’re not exactly dedicating and committing themselves to the case given to them. It is pretty difficult nowadays to actually hire a decent lawyer that is suitable for you since you have to consider a lot of things like how much would it cost, or how good they are, how much experience do they have, and a lot more. Some people doesn’t know how they would be able to tell if a lawyer is good…show more content…
This is def noticeable especially if your case is stuck and there is absolutely no progress at all, or that it will only progress if you pay for him or her more. This would of course always depend on what kind of case you are in. HE/SHE IS USALLY DIFFICULT TO REACH Finally, a lawyer who doesn’t usually reply to calls, emails, and texts, is a major sign of a bad lawyer. This obviously mean that your lawyer isn’t that interested in working with you and your case because if they are, they would always reply and give you an update. “Lawyers are necessary in a community. Some of you, take a different view: but as I am a member of that legal profession, or was at one time, and have only lost standing in it to become a politician, I still retain the pride of the profession. And I still insist that it is the law and the lawyer that make popular government under a written constitution and written statues possible.” William Howard Taft It is indeed difficult to find a suitable lawyer, but then again, you must not give up since there are a lot of good lawyers out there who will be willing to help you

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