Each year, thousands of individuals go to court without quality legal representation due to the fact that they don’t believe they can afford a competent attorney. As a result, they’re more likely to lose their cases and suffer from the consequences of being underrepresented legally. This lack of adequate legal representation also plagues the immigration system, leading to individuals attempting to navigate complex legal processes on their own. This is made even more complicated by the fact that these legal processes are often carried out in a language that the individual isn’t familiar with.
If you or someone you love is struggling to navigate the legal system, one of the knowledgeable, experienced attorneys at Maggiano, DiGirolamo, and Lizzi P.C. can help. Call us today for a consultation.
Minority communities, immigrant communities, and economically distressed communities in the United States are often woefully underserved by the legal community, which facilitates injustice and discrimination. It runs counter to everything that we here at Maggiano, DiGirolamo, and Lizzi P.C. believe in. That’s why our law firm is making a concerted effort to extend our legal services to these communities.
Our partners understand these struggles, because they have been core to each of their own personal and family histories. These struggles have, in fact, informed many of our decisions to become attorneys. Practicing law has given us a way to give back to the communities which have supported us so tirelessly.
No matter the status of someone’s visa, citizenship, or lack thereof, they have the right to due process, and we are dedicated to protecting that right.
You have the right to be represented by an attorney who is willing to do what it takes to defend you in a court of law. Contact us today for a no-obligation consultation and find out how Maggiano, DiGirolamo, and Lizzi P.C. can help you.
What is Due Process?
The United States Constitution is very clear on the fact that no one shall be “deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law.” So clear, in fact, that these same eleven words are stated twice, once in the Fifth Amendment and once in the Fourteenth Amendment.
This has been interpreted again and again by the courts to mean that every individual in the United States deserves fair treatment by the courts. The legal system is complex to laypersons, and part of being treated fairly means having adequate legal representation in the form of a lawyer to fight for their rights.
Before you assume that you can’t afford a New Jersey personal injury attorney, or that you don’t deserve professional, skilled representation, we urge you to contact us. We are committed to ensuring that underserved communities have the representation they deserve.
No matter your immigration status, country of origin, or financial resources, you deserve to be represented by an exceptional lawyer. Maggiano, DiGirolamo, and Lizzi P.C. will do our part to ensure your rights are being protected. Call today.