BERKELEY, CA / ACCESSWIRE / January 22, 2021 / As the Covid-19 pandemic rages on and the number of infections in the United States rises exponentially, we are seeing a rapidly growing need for attorneys to represent tenants facing eviction; landlords facing defaults; employees facing labor law violations; individuals and businesses facing insolvency; and so much more. Recognizing this surge, particularly in light of the limitations potential clients have on hiring an attorney during this time, Beilal Chatila, Esq. teamed up with an innovative company named LawChamps to help match the most suitable attorney for any client across the country.
When he graduated law school and moved from Detroit, MI to Oakland, CA, Beilal Chatila had one mission in mind: pass the grueling California Bar Exam, and open a firm that would allow people more access to the law. Almost five years later, Mr. Chatila has represented and counseled hundreds of individuals and businesses in transactional and litigation capacities. Besides building a team of highly qualified individuals, Mr. Chatila was able to successfully represent clients and keep costs down by utilizing softwares and other tech-based tools. One of these tools was a cheap monthly subscription to a lead stream service called Court Buddy, where Mr. Chatila would retain many of his clients from. That same company is now LawChamps, and it is better than ever.
“When an attorney asks me how I have been so successful, I start with sending a link to LawChamps.com and have him or her subscribe immediately. To this day, those attorneys are finding success they could not have imagined with the relatively small marketing budget they had.”
“When I cannot take on a case for whatever reason, I refer the person to LawChamps.com. For those potential clients, it is not only a free inquiry, but they invariably find the right attorney for them, or at least find out that their case has fatal issues.”
From a young age, Mr. Chatila has had a passion for justice. He witnessed his father’s struggle with the law and eventual deportation back to Lebanon. He also grew up working at a gas station in Detroit’s East Side, on a corner statistically deemed one of the most impoverished and criminalized in the nation.
“I always knew I wanted to work with underserved communities like the ones I had grown up in,” says Mr. Chatila.
As a monthly subscriber to LawChamps.com, Mr. Chatila has been able to efficiently market to and represent the interests of everyone from immigrant business owners and employees, to single mothers facing eviction. With the new tools and greater capacity of LawChamps, Mr. Chatila encourages those looking for an attorney to start there, and attorneys seeking clients to look no further.
“2020 introduced hardship that no one could have seen coming, and as a nation, we’ll continue to experience the impact for years to come,” says Mr. Chatila. “Being evicted, for instance, could drastically alter the trajectory of an innocent person’s life, and according to the CDC, being evicted will likely result in an increase in homelessness, which will contribute to the spreading of COVID-19. LawChamps.com and attorneys like me are here for those people.”
Now in his capacity as an advisor to LawChamps, Mr. Chatila will use his unique knowledge and experience to further his mission of making access to an attorney easier than ever before.
To learn more about Beilal Chatila and his commitment to accessible, affordable legal representation, visit www.chatilalaw.com. To find the most suitable attorney for most legal needs across the country, visit www.LawChamps.com. Competent solo practitioners are highly encouraged to join LawChamps’ network of affiliated attorneys.
SOURCE: Beilal Chatila
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