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Monday, April 26, 2010

Talk To My Lawyer About That

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of LHA. All opinions are 100% mine.

“I’ll talk to my lawyer.” That’s not something I say often. It’s not something a lot of people say often. It’s more often an idle threat made when we think someone is trying to rip us off.

My mother had a friend who was her lawyer. She had an accident caused by someone else’s negligence and it was big enough to her to sue. She used that same lawyer in the estate issues for my great-grandmother. Now I’m communicating with Grandma’s lawyer for her estate issues in Michigan. I don’t have a lawyer! Maybe it’s time to rethink that status in my world.

It’s a good idea to do some research and already know a little about a lawyer before you need one! In Ohio, Luftman and Heck is a reputable firm. Their main office is in Columbus, but they have offices in a pretty inclusive area of the state. Their services include Employment Law, Real Estate and Personal Injury. They also specialize in Bankruptcy, Consumer Law, even DUI and Criminal Defense. Luftman and Heck covers pretty much all of the big things you may not plan on but want a good lawyer in your address book if they happen!

The professionals at Luftman Heck are real people who understand the legal needs of real people. Hey, their Facebook pages not only shows the computer boxes in anticipation of opening the new Cleveland office, but they are proud of winning their softball game last Thursday! Last week, on their website’s blog, they gave FREE ADVICE! Can you imagine? It was information on how a credit score is figured and what you can do to rebuild yours. That’s definitely advice this not-working student can use!

They are definitely making a case for being in my address book. If you’re in Ohio, you might want to check them out – just in case!

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