Attorneys and representatives handle a lot of repetitive paperwork and tasks. A great goal for attorneys is to reduce time spent on repetitive tasks so they can sign more claimants, stay on top of files, and manage time effectively. An easy way to achieve this is to have templates ready to go so you don’t have to spend time recreating the same letter for every claimant.
Because personal injury attorneys are required to be accredited with a state’s own bar to practice law in the area, it’s uncommon to find firms who will take PI claims nationwide. If your firm is considering expanding into a new state, you’ll likely want to choose a state nearby. While this is great for travel costs, not all states are perfect for filing personal injury claims. Here are some of the best states for personal injury attorneys to be licensed in.
Every year, I review what has changed to some key statistics for Social Security attorneys. Here are my previous posts from 2015 and 2014. When I last analyzed these statistics, the metrics had stabilized after consecutive years of negative trends to Social Security law firms. If 2015 was refreshing because the metrics stabilized, 2016 was quite positive for SSD lawyers, as some key statistics increased in the favor of disability attorneys and advocates.
Your marketing strategy may already include T.V. spots, personal referrals, or print advertisements, but it can also include so much more. By creating a diverse range of content and then promoting it, your law firm can establish a pipeline of inbound interest and sign more clients as a result.
Know Your Audience – and Your Firm's Strengths
Google Analytics is an invaluable tool for any law firm hoping to sign more clients online. The free software allows you to track how many visitors land on your website, which pages or resources are the most popular, and what percentage of people choose to contact your firm to learn more about your services. One report every law firm should consider using is Referrals.
Google Analytics is an invaluable tool for any law firm with a website. With Google Analytics, you can track how your website’s visitors interact with your content, and what percentage of people choose to contact your firm to learn more about your legal services. A great report for your firm to look into is Mobile.
You can see your Mobile report by going to Audience → Mobile → Overview.
1. Boomerang (for Gmail)
The Fair Debt Collections Protection Act, or FDCPA, protects consumers from harassment from third-party collection agencies. Many consumers do not know that their rights are protected from “dirty tactics” a collection agency may take, but that does not mean that there aren’t big settlements available for creditor harassment attorneys. Since the FDCPA was enacted nearly 40 years ago, there have been some enormous settlements for consumers and their attorneys.
Over the past eight years eGenerationMarketing has published numerous blogs all aimed towards providing you with marketing, industry, and other insights.
With all of this content available to attorneys and advocates, we wanted to share and highlight some of the year’s most popular posts.
ODAR Approval Ratings (2016) : Social Security disability representatives rely on favorable Hearings in order to keep their offices profitable. Listed in this blog are all of the ODAR approval ratings for the year of 2016
When discussing approval rates within the context of Social Security Disability law, attorneys and disability advocates often focus on ODAR hearing approval rates. Indeed, hearing approval rates provide great insight to third-party representatives into the attractiveness of cases in certain ODARs. However, recognizing the fluctuation in approval data at the initial adjudication level may prove vital in constructing an effective business model for your disability practice.