Advantages of Using a Paralegal

The virtual paralegal field is evolving. However, people are unsure how hiring a virtual paralegal would benefit their business. Whether you are a sole practitioner or a small, medium or large law firm, there are several advantages to working with a virtual paralegal. The biggest advantage is the cost savings. A virtual paralegal is contracted to perform specific work and is not an employee. Here are a few other benefits to hiring a virtual paralegal:

No need to pay overhead costs such as office space or equipment

No need to pay vacation and sick time

No need to pay for dental, health and other benefits

No agency fees

Flexibility and high quality service

Allows extra time for you to grow your business

As a virtual paralegal, I can assist you with the following tasks:

Document review

Witness and collateral interviews and prepare statements

Summarize documents and/or Examination for Discovery transcripts

Digital transcription of recordings

Prepare quantum assessments and settlement proposals

Review and summarize medical and wage loss documentation

Research case law

Prepare mediation briefs

The above list is by no means exhaustive. If you require other paralegal services that is not listed, please contact me to find out how I may be able to help you.

Outsourcing your work to me will be completed in an efficient and professional manner. Think of me as your virtual paralegal who is accustomed to working with precision and within time limitations. I am able to successfully carry out all of the tasks and responsibilities associated with the demands placed upon a senior paralegal in my professional office. With my excellent communication skills, I will keep you up-to-date on all aspects.

I offer different pricing options and am sure that one will suit your needs. I can work on an hourly rate or a custom flat fee basis. With the hourly rate basis, all paralegal work will be billed in increments of six minutes. Itemized statements will be provided to all customers.

Hourly rates and turnaround times are determined by the complexity of the assignment and will be quoted prior to work being started so that you are aware of the costs to your client.