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Attorneys have demanding careers, often with unpredictable schedules and long hours. This hectic lifestyle can take away from family time, friendships, and even take a toll on mental wellness.  The effects of chronic stress have been reported to cause real long term damage, including substance abuse and self-harm. According to the American Psychological Association, lawyers are 3.6 times more likely to suffer from depression than non-lawyers. In the last few years, the American Bar Association…
A new decade is upon us. The last ten years have represented significant technology changes for the legal sector and we can expect this evolution to continue. To help your law firm stay ahead of the curve, we’ve put together our annual technology checklist. Legal Technology “Must Haves” These are the tools foundational to your law firm’s operations. You should already have our “Must Haves” in place, but it’s a good time to evaluate and…
Written by Darren Fancher, CEOOriginally published by the American Bar AssociationThe Business Lawyer, Vol. 36, No. 5, Fall 2019 Legal professionals are reluctant to admit defeat, but when it comes to software, I’d wager that at one point or another, most of us have stared at our computer screen, dropped our face into our palm, and admitted, “I’ve made a huge mistake.” Whether it was prematurely jumping on a failed bandwagon, holding out for an…
Written by Darren Fancher, CEOOriginally published by the American Bar AssociationThe Business Lawyer, Vol. 36, No. 5, Fall 2019 Legal professionals are reluctant to admit defeat, but when it comes to software, I’d wager that at one point or another, most of us have stared at our computer screen, dropped our face into our palm, and admitted, “I’ve made a huge mistake.” Whether it was prematurely jumping on a failed bandwagon, holding out for an…
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…