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Why choose Harris Investigations LLC as your Process Server?

In Mullane v. Central Hanover Bank & Trust Co. , the Supreme Court echoed the importance of service of process:

“An elementary and fundamental requirement of due process in any proceeding which is to be accorded finality is notice reasonably calculated, under all the circumstances, to apprise interested parties of the pendency of the action and afford them an opportunity to present their objections.”

 

However, while the Due Process clause in the 14th Amendment applies equally to all citizens, it does not mean that service of process is carried out equally as professional by all process servers. That could be why our clients use us time and time again (see testimonials) over process servers that hook people in with unusually low rates. Another reason firms use us as their Philadelphia process server is because in addition to serving legal documents, we are a full-service investigations agency that is licensed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. That being said, our staff is highly trained and possesses skill-sets and qualifications over and beyond the service of process. And considering the fact that the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania does not require process servers to have a license, you can trust that by choosing Harris Investigations LLC as your process server, you are dealing with trained, seasoned professionals that go the extra mile.

 

The last reason why you should choose Harris Investigations LLC as your private process server is because we are local. A lot of process servers appear on search engines for terms like “process servers in Philadelphia, PA” or “process server Philadelphia, PA” and so on… But often times these outfits are anything but local. Using a little logic, it is quite easy to understand why dealing with a non-local process server may create a liability for you and your firm, considering that legal documents must be carried out in person, and in a timely manner as outlined by the law.

 

To get started, you can either, (1) fill out our online process server request form, (2) email Michele Harris, or (3) call us at (215) 368-1760

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03 Mar 2019


By Michele Harris
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