Beginning with the word "AT"


I have a client insisting I use copy (that he has created) for the homepage of his website. It is below. I have replaced the name of his company with the word, "Lawyers" for anonymity.


Besides the many mistakes, every paragraph starts with the same phrase beginning with the word "At." I believe it should be rewritten. He refuses.

Is is acceptable to begin every paragraph with the same word?  

Thank you!



At Lawyers, LLC we are the trial lawyers you need to get the results you deserve. Our focus has been, is and always will be to aggressively represent clients at all stages and levels of legal proceedings.


At Lawyers, LLC we limit our areas of practice so that we can offer unmatched levels of experience and knowledge in family law, criminal defense, construction litigation and personal injury. The result is that we make a difference in people's lives every day.


At Lawyers, LLC we take our job seriously and are proud that we are not like other law firms. We work hard to make sure our clients know and understand all of their options and we are committed to returning our clients' phone calls as promptly as possible.


At Lawyers, LLC we are here to help when you need us most. So let us know how we can help you, especially when your next move has to be the right one.

asked Aug 22 '12 at 13:44 Lenore Suhanec New member

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