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Process Server vs Sheriff

Process Server vs Sheriff. WHO SHOULD YOU HIRE TO SERVE YOUR LEGAL PAPERS?. Speed of Service. Who Serves Faster?.

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Process Server vs Sheriff

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  2. Speed of Service Who Serves Faster? Sheriff’s offices have a number of priorities, often leaving process service as one of the last things to do. Sheriffs may take up to 30 days to serve papers depending on their priorities. Process servers frequently take less than one week because their jobs depend on quick, reliable service.

  3. Customer Service Process Servers Sheriffs Legal professionals rated the customer service of process servers and sheriffs out of 5 stars. The higher rating for process servers tends to be the result of speed and responsiveness.

  4. Knowledge of Laws Who knows The Local process serving Laws better? • Additional Costs Process Servers No Difference Sheriffs An important part of process service is making sure that service is done legally. Improper service can lead to: • TIME • Dismissals

  5. Average National Costs Process Server Sheriff vs $53.99 $39.58 • There may be additional fees imposed by sheriffs based on mileage. • Some sheriffs charge per attempt; whereas process servers will often include multiple attempts. • Many process servers provide significant discounts for bulk serves.

  6. Success Rate • “Time might be money but a higher certainty is worth both.” - Unknown Sheriff Process Server

  7. Process Servers are Preferred While it’s probably obvious at this point, legal professionals favored process servers for a number of reasons--their speed, their customer service, and their knowledge of local serving laws. Overall, 78% of those surveyed preferred process servers. You should, too.

  8. For more versions of this infographic, please visit: • http://www.serve-now.com/articles/841/process-server-vs-sheriff-infographic

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