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Why It Is Important to You That Our AVVO Rating is Excellent

AVVO Rating

If you are looking for a criminal defense, DUI, auto injury, or immigration attorney you will quickly realize that there are many from which to choose.  How do you know which is best, who has experience actually winning cases, and who will give you the best legal representation possible?  One way to know your attorney is an excellent attorney is to check their Avvo rating.      Avvo was founded with the goal of making it easier to find legal help.  They collect information about lawyers that makes it easier for you to decide which lawyer to use.  Avvo explains how their rating system is determined and what their ratings mean, “The Avvo Rating is our effort to evaluate a lawyer’s background based on the information available in an attorney’s Avvo profile. We create the rating using a model that considers information the lawyer has included on their profile in addition to the information we collect from public sources like state bar associations and lawyer websites. Any information that affects the Avvo Rating is visible in an attorney’s profile…There is no bias. The rating is calculated using a mathematical model, and all lawyers are evaluated on the same set of standards.The Avvo Rating cannot be bought. At Avvo, all lawyers are treated equally. We don’t play favorites, and attorneys can’t pay us to improve their ratings…It’s as simple as counting to 10. Ratings fall on a scale of 1 (Extreme Caution) to 10 (Superb), helping you quickly assess a lawyer’s background based on our rating.”

Now that the Avvo rating system is clear, it is obvious that it is an important tool for any client to use when determining which lawyer to work with.  At The Law Offices of Alcock and Associates P.C., we are proud to report that our Avvo rating is 10.0 Superb.  Not only are we known for winning cases but we are known for the excellent client care that we provide which is why we have so many positive reviews.  When you need an experienced attorney, allow Alcock Law to vigorously represent you in your case.  Consultations are always free and in many cases, no fees are collected unless we win!  We are happy to educate and inform you of your options and answer any questions you might have.