Saturday, January 27, 2007

On selecting legal aid

The legal profession has a series of peer rating systems that it uses to rate firms as a method of benchmarking. Simmons, Jannace & Stagg is one such firm that has received the highest peer review rating. The rating is done by Martindale-Hubbell on the basis of legal ability and ethical standards practiced by the law firms. The company began as a litigation firm specializing in commercial and general liability ten years ago and is now considered one of the most respected law firms in the tri-state area of New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.

Besides its work on commercial and general liability, the law firm also practices in a wide segment covering labor and employment, arbitrations and litigation, securities law, banking and consumer litigation, bankruptcy and creditors rights, corporate transactions, municipal law, real estate, zoning and land use and environmental law. With some of the largest corporations as their clients, including Home Depot, Bank of America, Best Buy, General Motors, Staples, GMAC Insurance Holdings, Coca-Cola, Circuit City and many others, the law firm is known for its legal expertise and wide experience.

Unlike many law firms, the company is known to think "outside the box" and find solutions that are creative and inventive. It is qualities such as this that make Simmons, Jannace & Stagg perfect for all types of companies, whether small or large or individual or even municipalities. The firm also counsels business clients and real estate developers in matters pertaining to financial transactions and real estate.

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