Your House Counsel

Shafer Glazer is proud to be a founding member firm of
Your House Counsel®


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Shafer Glazer is proud to be a founding member firm of Your House Counsel®, a national consortium of law firms which have achieved stature in the profession and which meet rigid criteria for membership.

To be selected as a Member Firm of Your House Counsel®, a firm’s lawyers must have excellent reputations, deep experience in their practice areas, and have received AV™ rating in Martindale-Hubbell™ or comparable recognition.

Member firms in insurance related practices, which Shafer Glazer is, must be listed in the A.M. Best Directory of Recommended Insurance Attorneys. In addition, the firm’s history must be sound, displaying steady growth, and its fee structure must be reasonable and fair.

 Why Clients See a Your House Counsel® Member Firm as “The One To Turn To.”

The Your House Counsel® organization diligently performs extensive due diligence in selecting a firm for Membership. This reduces the effort, time and trouble which a prospective client would expend in searching for a qualified law firm — and it also helps to give them peace of mind.

A Your House Counsel® Member like Shafer Glazer knows its local markets. This familiarity both with the courts and with other local attorneys, as well as nuances that might impact a case in a distant jurisdiction, give clients a decided advantage.

The Your House Counsel® law firm consortium works to everyone’s advantage — you the client, we at Shafer Glazer, and our fellow member firms throughout the country. Our Your House Counsel® membership accomplishes this by providing Shafer Glazer and all of our fellow member firms with an impressive and meaningful range of benefits that help us do what we do best: serve our clients.

As a national organization, the goal of Your House Counsel® is to have member firms in every major market in the United States. The organization is continually reviewing firms’ applications for membership, as well as contacting highly qualified firms about their becoming a Your House Counsel® Member Firm.

Click here to visit the Your House Counsel® website.