What is RepresentYou.com?

If you need to find a lawyer RepresentYou.com is a great place to start. RepresentYou.com is a State Bar of California certified lawyer referral service that helps clients gain access to qualified, trial-tested attorneys. Our panel member attorneys can help individuals with all types of legal needs. A Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) is an organization that refers potential clients to attorneys in private firms or legal organizations to help with their specific legal issue. Lawyer referral services organize panels of attorneys from private firms in different fields of law.

After a screening process and an initial determination of whether or not a lawyer can be of assistance, the lawyer referral service will redirect the client to an attorney on their panel or to an organization that may be able to help the client with his or her specific legal matter. Most people have no idea where to start looking for a lawyer. A referral service can give people a great deal of assistance in finding an attorney for their specific legal issue. If you have a legal problem let us find you a lawyer to represent you.

State Bar Certified Lawyer Referral Service

If you are searching for a lawyer, RepresentYou.com is a great place to start. If you have an injury, you have been arrested, wronged or defrauded, we may be able to refer to an experienced attorney to assist you with your legal matter. With endless ads on television, radio, yellow pages and the internet, finding a lawyer can sometimes seem like a daunting task. Where is the best place to find a lawyer? How can you determine who is adequately qualified or the best to handle your case? At RepresentYou.com, we believe experience is key element when choosing a lawyer. Due to the fact an attorney is qualified to practice law does not necessarily mean that he or she is best suited to handle your case. Our lawyers have a minimum of 20 years experience practicing law, mandatory minimum amount malpractice insurance, and none of our lawyers has been disciplined by the State Bar of California or other bar association.

Find A Lawyer – Free.

At RepresentYou.com the cost of a referral to a lawyer is free of charge. Once you have been referred, your lawyer can charge you a fee based on your specific situation. At RepresentYou.com we realize that not everyone can afford a lawyer. In these instances, low-fee as well as no-fee options might be available. At RepresentYou.com, we may refer you to a lawyer who is able to accept a case on a contingency fee* basis, as is often the fee structure in personal injury cases. It is important to note that lawyer can only accept some cases on a “no win, no fee”* basis. In other areas of law that would normally be handled on an hourly fee, we can refer you to legal aid organizations, small claims court or other government agencies that may be able to assist you.

At RepresentYou.com, our panel member lawyers have decades of expertise practicing law, in a few areas of law, for instance in personal injury cases, our panel of lawyers may have the ability to handle the legal matter on a “no win, no fee” basis*. In such a situation, your lawyer may have the ability to advance all legal costs and would simply be compensated when he or she collects for you at the termination of any legal proceedings.

Let us help you find a lawyer to represent you, contact us via our website 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. RepresentYou.com has staff to assist you in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. Give us a call toll-free at 888-973-7968 or submit your case online.

Why We're Different

If you have never had the need for an attorney and don't know where to turn, finding an attorney at random, through the phonebook or internet, can be a risky venture. We are proud of the stringent qualifications that RepresentYou.com maintains for each attorney on our panel. RepresentYou.com was founded with the primary goal of making qualified, experienced, trial-tested legal counsel available to every person, not just those who have the means and know-how to retain counsel.

  • We only offer experienced attorneys with at least 20 years experience
  • RepresentYou.com is a State Bar certified
  • Over 1 Billion dollars in verdicts and settlements*
  • All our attorneys are insured for your protection
  • Our attorneys have no disciplinary record with any bar association
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State Bar Certified

State Bar of California Lawyer Referral Service SealIn California, a lawyer referral service must be certified by The State Bar of California. A State Bar of California certified lawyer referral service is additionally required to comply with the rules and regulations established by the State Bar. RepresentYou.com's certification ensures that we meet State Bar of California requirements. We proudly display the State Bar of California seal on our website to evidence our certification.

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*"One Billion Dollars In Verdicts and Settlements" Over the course of their individual careers, our panel member attorneys have collectively won over 1 billion dollars in verdicts and settlements for their clients. This does not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.

**"No Win, No Fee" - Excludes all cases except personal injury cases. Personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee basis. RepresentYou.com panel member attorneys may be able to take other cases on a contingency fee basis, however, as specific legal matters may vary, certain cases may require hourly fees.

*The referral is free not the attorney.