posted February 4 2016
When you’re handling a car accident, workplace injury, or malpractice case, medical records are pretty important to your final outcome. With the right records, you can prove your client was injured, their life irreparably changed, and the defendant obviously and undeniably guilty. Without them, you could find yourself in an uphill battle, with very little chance of clinching that win for your client.
posted February 1 2016
Though it is possible to service your subpoenas on your own, it’s often not the most efficient way of doing things. For one, it takes you (or a team member) away from other, more pressing matters. Just think: What if the witness is hard to track down? Do you really want your paralegal spending a full week trying to locate and serve them? That’s doubtful.
Carol H., Shafer, Davis, O’Leary & Stoker, Inc.
"I have worked with L.O.R.R. for well over 10 years and find their records retrieval services to be very efficient, correct and expeditious..."
Tracy Wilson, The Carlson Law Firm, P.C.