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Wed 6 Jan, 2021 # News

Hand Arendall Harrison Sale Launches New Website

Hand Arendall Harrison Sale LLC is proud to announce the launch of its new website. was created with the first-time visitors and long-term clients in mind, whether you know the firm or are looking for legal representation. The new site provides improved navigation and functionality bringing relevant legal news, attorney contact management and firm services together.

“With our firm’s growth and recent merger, it was time to do this; to freshen, update, and step boldly into the year. This new digital address provides relevant legal information with updates and allows access to our more than 85 attorneys in eight offices. It’s easy to navigate, so easy, that I enjoy using it,” stated Managing Lawyer, Roger Bates.

The new website uses the latest technology to ensure compatibility with current browsers and mobile devices. It also features a much more robust news and events section offering visitors enhanced content in real time. The design allows visitors to quickly navigate and engage with the firm’s attorneys as well.

Hand Arendall Harrison Sale provides its clients with legal services in all areas of traditional civil practice. We are legal advisors in your business success. The Alabama firm, Hand Arendall, was organized in 1941, and the Florida firm, Harrison Sale McCloy, was organized in 1984. After merging the two firms in 2018 to become Hand Arendall Harrison Sale, the firm is one of the largest law firms in the region with more than 85 attorneys. The firm has a fundamental commitment to creating long-lasting relationships. Cases and projects are staffed with the goal of achieving success for the client with maximum efficiency. With offices in Mobile, Birmingham, Fairhope and Athens, Alabama; and Destin, Panama City, Panama City Beach, and Santa Rosa, Florida, Hand Arendall Harrison Sale is uniquely situated among the Southeast’s major law firms to provide legal direction to clients throughout Alabama, Northwest Florida and Mississippi.