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There are countless ways to advertise a personal injury law firm. Radio, Google Ads, billboards, SEO, and many other forms of marketing promise to deliver leads. Advertising your law firm doesn’t have to be expensive, and not every method has the same return on investment. In fact, a combination of marketing efforts will be most effective in attracting more clients to your personal injury firm. Try combining these tips to get the most out of…
It’s common for personal injury attorneys to use phone apps for work in and out of the office. Mobile devices offer flexibility that appeal to many attorneys. Certain applications for phones and tablets allow attorneys to stay productive. There are many apps attorneys can choose from. They all promise increased productivity and organization, but which ones are best for personal injury? After speaking with many successful clients about which apps they’ve found most useful, we…
To celebrate our integration with MailChimp, this is the third in a three part blog series about email marketing for personal injury law firms. In the first two posts in the series, we talked about why personal injury firms should be using email marketing and how they can start. After reading the first two articles, your law firm will be ready to dive into email marketing. While getting started is often the hardest part,…
To celebrate our integration with MailChimp, this is the second in a three part blog series about email marketing for personal injury law firms. In our first post in the series, we talked about why personal injury firms should be using email marketing. Given its high ROI and low cost, personal injury firms not using email marketing are missing an opportunity. Some law firms don’t start email marketing because they don’t know where to…
To celebrate our integration with MailChimp, this is the first in a three part blog series about email marketing for personal injury law firms. Email marketing has an ROI of 4400 percent. You read that right. For every $1.00 you spend on email marketing, you can expect to earn $44.00 back. Do you know of another form of advertising promising that kind of return on investment? You may believe you don’t have the time…
Choosing legal case management software is no easy task. Between features, security, and support, there is a lot to consider when selecting software. But there is something else attorneys should be considering: where the software is made. Those who do consider this may be doing so for security purposes, and for good reason. However, there are many other reasons for US-based attorneys to consider legal software made and supported in the United States. Software Developed…
CASEpeer Legal Software is pleased to announce the release of its newest product: CASEpeer Dash. CASEpeer Dash makes use of Amazon’s now-retired dash buttons, making this also a green recycling initiative. Personal injury law firms using CASEpeer can order CASEpeer Dash buttons to hand out to their clients. The buttons are intended to stick on to a car dashboard. In the event of an accident, a client simply pushes their CASEpeer Dash button. This action…
The information your law firm collects from a prospective client during an intake call or initial meeting can help or haunt you for the duration of their case. Proper intake habits will help you not only to evaluate each case more effectively, but also avoid mistakes down the line. Any law firm can go through the basics at intake, but taking the extra steps will help your personal injury law firm trump the competition. The…
The most successful personal injury law firms are efficient. Maximizing productivity allows you and your team to spend more time focusing on clients and less time on administrative tasks.  The most efficient firms can get more done with less staff, reducing costs. We’ve identified the key areas your firm may be sacrificing efficiency, and provide you with tips on how to turn things around. Stop Searching Through Paper Files We’ve said it before, and we’ll…
Many attorneys know what it’s like to see a successful law firm and think, “what’s their secret?” You may wonder if they’re better connected, if they have a higher rank on Google, or if they’re just spend more money on marketing. While connections, search engine rankings, and marketing budgets do matter, there is another quality all successful law firms share: a culture of accountability. Why Accountability Matters for Law Firms Holding others accountable doesn’t mean…