We process 100% of our cases through our web form. The attorneys on our panel are not obligated to take your case, but they are obligated to reduce their fees if if they want to be your legal representation. When you submit your case through our form, the details you provide will be provided to the attorneys on our panel currently accepting your case type. They’ll review the information you provide and will contact you, at their discretion, if they would like to talk with you about representation.
Who might reach out? Maybe multiple lawyers. Maybe no lawyers. This is a resource but not a solution for everyone. For that reason, you’re encouraged to explore other representation options, such as the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service, which you can reach at masslawhelp.com. The lawyers on our panel are busy and often in court, so give them a couple days to be in touch and don’t rely upon any lawyer to act on your behalf until you’ve signed a retainer agreement and worked out payment.
We hope you’ve found this resource helpful and hope one of our panel attorneys can provide you the representation you need.