The 2020 pandemic forced many businesses to close office doors and shift to a work from home model. This included the Social Security Administration (SSA). As their offices were forced closed across the country for safety reasons, the SSA needed to find new ways to continue reviewing disability cases. With that, video hearings were born. Through these virtual hearings, claimants, their legal representation, ALJs and any other hearing participants can safely meet without needing to be in the same location. But will the video hearings be here to stay?
Your firm’s marketing is an integral part of your firm’s success. Without any marketing, claimants are less likely to find your firm, making it difficult for any firm to grow and succeed. In a saturated area of law like personal injury, you’ll need to be constantly fine-tuning to your marketing plan. To stay ahead of the competition, use these tips in your marketing efforts:
Whether you’re a new attorney or an established law firm, maintaining a pipeline of legal leads is vital for the success of your firm. Working with a legal lead generation service can help your firm maintain a continuous pipeline of legal leads while keeping marketing costs affordable.
Still not convinced? Here’s a few more reasons why your firm should utilize a legal lead generation service:
There are so many different legal lead generation services out there that it can be difficult to make an informed decision about which is right for your firm. To help you make the best decision for your firm, we’ve compared eGen to two different lead generation services that also specialize in generating legal leads. We’ll call them Competitor A and Competitor B. Here’s how eGen stands up against these two:
Knowing when your firm can expect an increase in leads or when leads may be lacking can help your firm better run your business. You can make more informed decisions about staffing, marketing, etc. Each area of law can expect different highs and lows. Here are some of the busiest times of the year for specific areas of law:
Expanding your practice into a new state or city is both exciting and scary. One of the biggest challenges will be growing your caseload within this new location. Fortunately, there are different ways to generate leads when expanding your law firm. Here are a few ways:
Losing traffic to your firm’s site can be frustrating. With less traffic, it’s likely you’re experiencing a loss in leads as well. To get your site back on track, you’ll need to do some digging on a possible cause. Here are a few different reasons why your firm’s site may be losing traffic:
Writing content for your firm’s site may seem like an overwhelming task at first. But fresh, relevant content that is regularly posted to your firm’s site can help attract new leads as well as help your firm’s online organic presence. To ease the stress of writing, try following these tips:
For years, the world has been trending towards being paperless. As an industry that relies heavily on signatures for contracts, retain packets, and settlement agreements, law firms are now finding ways to keep up with the times and move into a paperless world. One of these ways is to use e-signatures, or electronic signatures. Here’s some ways e-signatures can benefits your firm:
There are a plethora of movies that take place in office settings. From Swimming with Sharks to The Wolf of Wallstreet, we’ve all seen our fair share of a fictitious workplaces. More often than not, the hijinks portrayed can just scream LIABILITY to any competent employment law attorney.