The Anne Arundel County Bar Association sponsors a Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) in Annapolis, Maryland. You can contact the service over the phone or through the online form on the website of the Anne Arundel Bar Association.
The service helps individuals and businesses who can afford to hire an attorney, but need help finding a local attorney experienced in a particular practice area of the law. Attorneys who participate in the lawyer referral service work in Annapolis and throughout Anne Arundel County, MD.
The service can also assist individuals who speak Spanish (or another second language) or need a local attorney who speaks Spanish (or another second language).
Contact Information:Anne Arundel County Bar Association - Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS)
The LRIS of the Anne Arundel Bar Association is opened from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from Monday through Thursday. On Friday, the LRIS is opened from 8:30 a.m. through 2:00 p.m.
When you call the service, a staff person will ask you a few questions to determine which type of attorney is needed for your particular type of case. The attorneys that participate in the program have agreed to provide a 30 minute consultation in exchange for a $35 fee. The fee is waived for Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation or Social Security / Disability cases. During the consultation you can discuss your case with the attorney and the attorney fees needed for additional representation.
The service has 30 different practice areas including Personal Injury, Auto Accidents, Bankruptcy, Business Law, Criminal Defense, Employment Law, Discrimination, Elder Law, Immigration, Social Security Disability, Taxation, Estate Planning, and Workers' Compensation.
If you need to find an attorney in Anne Arundel County or Annapolis, Maryland, consider the benefits of using a Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) sponsored by the local bar association. These community based non-profit services help the public find a local attorney who is pre-screened for good standing with the state bar, eligibility to practice law in Maryland, a local office in Anne Arundel County, and experience in a particular practice area of the law.
These non-profit services provide an alternative to searching online for an attorney or using an attorney directory.