In order reach out more and give more legal help to people the KEL Attorneys has developed the walk in Wednesday activity where people can just walk in their Downtown Tampa or their Downtown Orlando office locations from 9am until 6pm for a free consultation to any legal related issues. This is to make everything convenient with the people they want to help. It is best that you come in early to be able to available the free services because there will surely be a lot of people that would come by on the later time schedule. Make sure that you already prepared all the necessary requirement or information to help you be able to ask a more specific question about your legal problems. Make your free appointment really counts by asking good questions.
Most of the employees at the KEL Attorneys share the same thoughts about helping people that needs a legal representation or counselling but can’t afford to have one. The three founders of the very successful law firm have a humble beginning in their career which started doing public service. Through this pro-bono cases they were able to develop their skill and they were able to become aware that there are still a lot of people who have their rights been stepped down because they always feel that they can’t afford to hire a good legal representative.
The KEL Attorneys now continues to think of a good plan to provide a better service to people. Their new location are aiming to reach more people and letting them know that they can still have a good representation even without money. Being able to have a good legal counsel or attorney doesn’t have to be exclusive with those people with money. Both should have given equal chances of defending themselves. Through the walk in Wednesday the firm is aiming to help people with big yet common issues that are fit with an everyday person. Their true dedication in helping people has set a good example with the other private law firm out there. And their success still continues to add up and as a result they want to help more people who can’t afford to hire an attorney.