You may understand the need for legal counsel but feel under-qualified to make decisions about which firm to work with. One of the factors many people find confusing is firm size.
This blog will walk you through the four main size categories of law firms and what a firm's size can mean to you.
1. Firms with 50 or More Lawyers
Large law firms usually handle legal matters for businesses and organizations, but they may also take on individual clients.
2. Firms with 10 to 50 Lawyers
Mid-sized firms may take on a variety of clients in multiple practice areas.
3. Firms with 2 to 10 Lawyers
Most local firms in your area probably fall into this size category. Small firms tend to take on more individuals than business clients.
4. Sole Practitioners
Sole practitioners are lawyers who run their own firm.
Your priority is finding legal counsel with a strong track record dealing with cases like yours who will defend your claim professionally and compassionately. However, as you consider several possible firms, remember that size matters. Contact a firm like Vandeventer Black LLP for a consultation to see if they'll be a good fit for your case.Share
29 October 2015
Although many people don't think of having legal counsel as improving their life, I have found that it has really helped me to feel empowered as a business owner. Without my lawyer, it was really difficult to figure out what I could say and what I couldn't say, and it really made things hard when I was out and about trying to make business deals. Fortunately, after I found the right lawyer, things became a lot more straightforward. This blog is all about improving your life and streamlining your business with the help of a great lawyer. After all, you never know when you will find yourself in court.