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Amy Rees Anderson, Contributor to Forbes.com Nothing is More Expensive Than Hiring a Cheap Lawyer “The only regrets I have ever had when it came to legal bills and lawyers was either not spending enough money to hire the good ones, or the times I thought I was saving money by hiring the cheap ones. Go ahead and make as many lawyer jokes as you want to (because let’s face it, some of them are just plain hilarious!), but never forget that nothing will be more expensive to your company than hiring cheap lawyers, and nothing will be more painful than hiring the wrong ones.”

Nothing will be more expensive than hiring cheap lawyers, and nothing will be more painful than hiring the wrong ones.

A cheap attorney will be very expensive – both financially and emotionally. Find the attorney with the best reputation who offers a reasonable price.

Diane L. Drain, lawyer, consumer advocate, retired law professor, wife and mother

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MUSINGS BY DIANE: “We receive several calls each month from someone who hired either an inexperienced or “cheap” lawyer.  The caller details the horror of their situation and how they are facing problems they never anticipated.  As you well know, it is so much more expensive to fix a problem than to do it right the first time.  Unfortunately, hiring someone who either does not know or does not care is extremely expensive for the client; both financially and emotionally. Consider hiring the best Los Angeles DUI attorney for legal matters having to do with drunk driving.”

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