Process Servers… Why Who You Choose Matters
While due process is a privilege granted equally to all citizens by the fifth and sixth amendments of the Constitution , it does not mean that all process servers are created equal. Since the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania does not require process servers to obtain a license, it is essential that firms know about the outfit they are dealing with.
The first thing to consider is whether the process server is local. Although there are numerous process servers that appear on local search results for terms like, “process server Lansdale, PA” or “process servers Montgomery County, PA,” it does not mean whatsoever that these outfits are local. Taking that into consideration, it does not take much speculation to discover why dealing with a non-local process server may be a liability for companies looking to serve legal documents—after all, the process must be carried out in person, in a timely manner outlined by the law.
So Why Are We Different?
Not only is Harris Investigations LLC a local, Lansdale, PA process server; we also are a full-service investigations agency that is licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. Our clients include major insurance companies, attorneys and a variety of businesses (see Testimonials to see their feedback on our services). Even readers of Legal Intelligencer gave our agency their approval by voting us 2010’s Best Investigation Agency.
So if you are looking for a local, reliable process server to serve your legal documents to their intended recipients in a timely manner, you have found the right place.
Another advantage of choosing us is that our service area is not just limited to Lansdale and the rest of Montgomery County; we also have have offices in: Pittsburgh, PA; Deptford, NJ; Wilmington, DE; and College Park, MD.
To get started, you can either call our Lansdale, PA location at (888) 484-9827 or you can email Michele Harris at email@example.com.