In November 2011, Attorney Brian Boal left his job to start a different kind of law practice based on his belief that lawyers are capable of providing a higher level of professional service to their clients. The following describes his belief and the ideals setting Boal Law Firm apart from other Colorado law practices:
Client Communication: It is no secret that, in a majority of conventional law firms, attorneys practice law behind a veil of paralegals, secretaries, and other support staff who are often charged with the responsibility of addressing the clients’ questions and concerns about their case(s). In this type of situation, it is not uncommon for clients to have only a single opportunity to personally discuss their case with an actual licensed attorney, and sometimes no opportunity whatsoever prior to the court date. Nevertheless, these conventional firms maintain that the walls between the attorney and the client are a necessary evil of running an efficient and profitable law practice.
Boal Law Firm disagrees and contends that technology allows modern day attorneys to provide better legal service by being better informed by maintaining an open line of … Read More