Holiday Gifts for Your Firm's Clients

The holiday season is upon us and as an attorney, there is no better time to show your clients how much you care. Letting them know that you are thinking of them – even just by sending handwritten note – can go a long way. Without loyal clients, it would be very difficult to have a successful law practice, so it is certainly worth your time to wish them well around the holidays.

Have No Fear, New eLuminate is Here!

We are very excited about our recent release of a new version of eLuminate – our proprietary lead and case management software! While changes were made to the overall look and speed of the software to enhance user experience, many of the functionalities our users have grown accustomed to remain the same. With that said, the addition of a few new features can help save you even more time following up with leads and streamline your practice. Here are some tips for getting the most out of eLuminate:

Dos and Don'ts for Your Firm's Facebook Page

If your law firm is still not on Facebook, it may be time to reconsider and step into 2018. With over 2.2 billion monthly users worldwide, Facebook is a free marketing source you should take advantage of. You’re likely familiar with Facebook already; however, the rules of engagement for a business – specifically a law firm – are different. Here are some dos and don’ts to consider when running your firm’s Facebook page:

Staying Productive in the Snow

During the holiday season, snow is a welcome accompaniment to parties, presents, ice-skating and hot cocoa drinking. However, after the New Year, snowstorms become more of a hassle for attorneys as your workload picks up and you can no longer afford to let the snow affect your productivity. Here are some ways to ensure that no matter the weather, you can always finish the workday feeling accomplished.

Top 5 Design Rules for Your Firm's Website

In this day and age, there is no reason to not have a modern, well designed, aesthetically pleasing and functional website for your law firm. It can attract prospective clients and give you an edge over the competition if other firms’ sites are lacking. Your website is one of the most important marketing platforms that you have available to you—be sure not to waste it with a poorly designed site.

Managing the Income of Your Social Security Disability Practice

As a Social Security disability attorney or advocate, your main priority is to help your clients win the benefits that they deserve. However, the bottom line is that your Social Security disability practice is a business and the key to being successful is to efficiently manage your cash flow. You must ensure that you have a steady stream of income coming in, but this can be especially tricky since it can take months or even years to see a return on disability cases. Therefore, it is important to know exactly how much money you could expect to receive at each level of the application process so that you can manage your business accordingly.

Designing Your Firm's Website for Accessibility

As a Social Security disability attorney, you know that you must put the needs of your clients first to be successful, develop lasting relationships, and win cases. This could mean that you make home visits to meet with them or spend extra time going through paperwork to ensure that they understand what they are signing. However, you can let prospective clients know that you are willing to accommodate their needs before even meeting them by designing your website for accessibility.

Creating a Website that Will Increase Your Conversions

As a lawyer, one of the biggest and most effective marketing tools you have at hand is your website. Many potential clients looking for representation will begin and end their search on the Internet. If your site doesn’t stack up to the competition, you could find yourself losing cases before you even have the opportunity to talk to a claimant. Therefore, you need a website that will assure a potential client that there is no need to look any further.