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You Have the Right to Speak to a Lawyer, Not Just a Paralegal

By The Husband and Wife Law Team on September 4, 2009

We are very proud of the paralegals that we hire and train at Breyer Law Offices. We feel that they are experts in the area of being paralegals and helping out clients. However, we take even greater pride in knowing that our clients always have access to an attorney. No matter how good a paralegal is, as a matter of law, a paralegal is not allowed to appear in court. A paralegal is not allowed to try a case. A paralegal has almost never gone through law school. Therefore, even the greatest paralegals within the personal injury field are limited in the type of questions they can answer and what they can do.

At Breyer Law Offices our paralegals are excellent. They can answer many questions that can help our clients throughout the process. But we do not just assign a paralegal to our clients and then the attorneys walk away. We know it is the husband and wife law team, Alexis and Mark Breyer, that had been retained by the client. We know it is our expertise and the expertise of our attorneys that must lead the way for our clients.

If you or anybody you know is in need of a top level personal injury firm in Phoenix, Arizona or anywhere throughout the State of Arizona please feel free to contact us. Even if you are not sure whether you want to pursue a claim and you just have some questions, we are always happy to provide guidance and our honest insight and analysis into any potential claim so that you can decide the best decision to make for you or your loved ones after a serious personal injury situation.

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