And this lead to the problem of finding a good lawyer. How do you know which one is good? What does “good” mean when it comes to lawyers? I have even heard of people hiring their friends or relatives as legal counsel, not knowing what they are doing, and thus harming themselves in the process.
It would be nice if there was some kind of online resource that could tell me exactly what type of lawyer is needed for my case. There are currently three different sites that claim to offer such information: Avvo, Lawyerbase, and JadedLawyerSearch. These websites don’t seem to agree on anything except perhaps for each other though—and trust me when I say not all of them are alike! Some will give you an idea about what type of attorney you might want in your particular situation; others may accidentally mislead you by giving you false information. This website aims at helping people find the best available local attorneys (or paralegals) based on reviews submitted by their clients over time (see here). It also includes links directing users straight to references with contact info where possible—yes! That is something else we need! While these databases can come in handy when searching for specific stuff like legal advice or paralegal work (if there were better search features), they cannot help us decide whether using certain lawyers would be a good idea overall because no one has revealed who they think is “the best attorney out there