Attorneys and Working with Disabled Clients

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Attorneys and Disabled Clients - What Attorneys Need to Know When Setting Up The Initial Appointment - What attorneys need to know when working with disabled clients in Nashville, Tennessee and throughout the United States: Your law office just received a phone call from a deaf or hearing-impaired potential client. The potential client is requesting a meeting to retain your services. The potential-client has also requested that you provide an interpreter for the meeting.

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