legal representation Changes are here
The current legal system is outdated, well, almost!
The current process and procedure of legal training, hearings, and representation date back to the 1880's and the Harvard Law School.
The high cost of attorney fees limit liberty, freedom, and access to justice.
For an attorney to look at a case, it takes several hours of research, preparation and processing the file. It has been estimated the opening of a case can take up to $2,000 in expense of time and costs. At $200 an hour, that is 10 hours of billed legal fees.
Most people do not use attorneys due to cost, and access to an attorney. If a person has limited income, education, time, or prior experience, the best legal advice they can hope for may be a public defender.
The future for legal representation and litigation will be virtual courtrooms - misdemeanors, citations, and many small civil cases may never see a courtroom in the near future. Especially in non-contested cases.
The disruption of the legal system began in 1972 when an insurance agent was in an accident, not his fault, but faced substantial legal fees in a case he won.
Legal membership plans offer unlimited legal consultations without additional attorney fees. Family plans are available for under $20 a month and offer nationwide coverage including emergency contacts 24/7/365.
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