Pro Se- For Our Friends In the Legal Industry

14 08 2012

As you may or may not know, Advantec does not only make software for the Mental Health, Group Home, and Personal/Assisted Care Industries. We branch out into many! One of which being the Legal Industry. We are proud to make software to support the people who protect our rights and help keep our country safe.

We want to help our friends in this industry. Unfortunately, some people take these studied professionals for granted! On November 12, 2008, a man made the awful mistake of trying to represent himself. This may work out well in movies, but trust us when we say that the people in the legal industry know what they are doing- and do it very well!

A non-lawyer (Aguilera) decided to file a lawsuit against a man (Christian) for damages and personal injuries sustained in a car accident. Apparently trying to save money, he figured “How hard could it be?” and chose to proceed with the trial pro se.

Aguilera filed the lawsuit, but did not personally sign the complaint which the case was based off of- the man’s neighbor signed it for him! The neighbor is a lawyer, but not licensed in the state of which the accident occurred. She actually signed Aguilera’s name on the complaint and wrote her initials above the signature! Long story short, case was dismissed and the man walked away with empty pockets and his tail between his legs.

We understand how important lawyers are, and we here at Advantec work hard to provide the most efficient, organized, and easy-to-use software to make sure that law firms can spend less time filing paperwork and more time helping their clients. When represented by a lawyer who uses CSM-LAW software, you can be sure that they will have more time to spend defending you, and defending your rights!

For information about our legal software you can always visit us at http://www.advantecis.com/PDFs/CSM_Law.pdf

And no, we do not object.

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