Empowering the weak through free legal advice

by Deanna Looper on December 28, 2012

The need for legal services among the poor and deprived is fast becoming overwhelming. With the unending economic crisis all around the world, it has inevitably been seen that the poor have become more poor and the rich even richer. In such a situation, it is the ultimate responsibility of the State to take measures to try and empower the weak by bringing justice to them.

According to an American Bar Association study, at least 40% of low and moderate-income households experience a legal problem each year. Yet studies show that the collective civil legal aid effort is meeting only about 20% of the legal needs of low-income people.

With the advent of technology, many services have indispensably been established that provide resources for pro bono and legal services attorneys working to assist low income and disadvantaged clients. The idea behind these web services is to increase the access of justice through innovative use of technology and give a voice to the indigent who cannot afford hiring a lawyer for their legal problems.

Based on the above aim, some companies have taken it a step further by offering answers to legal questions and give free legal advice directly through their web services. Doing this has given power to the impoverished and provided them with easy access to solution of their legal problems from the comfort of their homes.

Today, the way out of your legal problems is just a click away – No one can stop you from standing up with the confidence and poise you so rightly deserve!

Deanna Looper

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