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Two Lawyer Strategy: Can You Save?

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Published on Jun 3, 2014

How to save money with two attorneys. Call 856 429-9100 Hello, I am Jack Phillips, and the question before us today is whether you can actually save money by having, by hiring two attorneys instead of one? The answer is, most certainly!
I know it goes against logic, but two attorneys can actually be better because they can execute your case more efficiently. In my office, I advise the client, I make sure they understand everything, because I have a way of explaining the case simply and clearly, like no other attorney can. I also gather evidence, and in high-profile cases I coordinate the public relations, legal and press strategies. I also handle the arbitration, negotiations, and settlement offers as I am very experienced in this area. In short, I am the managing attorney.
The second attorney that I work with is a specialist, usually certified in their area. I have an army of very experienced specialists/attorneys that I can call upon to help me with your case. So, I can hear you asking --how can I afford two attorneys? Here's the secret that makes it affordable for you: the second attorney because of their specialty is always much more expensive. When you blend the cost of both attorneys, it becomes very affordable. It's much cheaper than hiring the $400 an hour specialist alone, and it's much more effective and hiring the less expensive attorney without the benefit of the certification. So if you're really worried. If the thought of losing your case is keeping you up at night, then you should call my number and let's put together a team that will give you peace of mind.
856 429-9100

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