The Benefits of a Full-Service Law Firm

If you're embroiled in a legal dispute, your first question is probably something like, "How do I find the right lawyer for my case?" Frequently, this question gets boiled down to two options: choosing a boutique law firm, often run by one or just a couple of attorneys, or choosing a full-service firm that employs many lawyers practicing in a variety of legal fields.

While both have their benefits, today, we're taking a look at some of the advantages of hiring a full-service law firm for your legal case.

Gain Access to Well-Credentialed Lawyers

Full-service law firms are capable of sustaining consistent work across multiple legal practice areas, which makes them incredibly attractive to attorneys seeking employment. Additionally, full-service law firms also typically pay employees better than boutiques since they can afford to employ competitive applicants.

Full-Service Law Firms Have Diverse Clientele

Depending on your case, you probably don't want a lawyer who has never handled your legal issue or dealt with a similar client before. Full-service law firms provide legal assistance to a wide variety of clients with different needs and preferences, meaning your lawyer will probably be well-equipped to handle the specificities of your case.

There's a Reputation at Stake

Full-service law firms are often the most well-known law firms in their area, which means that every case they take on has the potential to bolster (or detract from) their reputation. Full-service law firms thrive when their clientele deems the firm dependable, so full-service attorneys will go out of their way to provide clients with excellent service.

You Don't Have to Go it Alone

At a full-service firm, your lawyer will also have colleagues working in adjacent practice areas. If your attorney needs an objective perspective from a different legal professional, they can get that from within the firm. You can't get that kind of flexibility from a boutique lawyer, who would have to hire another attorney for a second opinion (if they're the only attorney at the firm).

At Scaringi Law, we pride ourselves on providing all of our clients with a high-quality, full-service experience.

To receive a consultation from our firm, contact us online or give us a call at (717) 775-7195.


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