personal-injury-practice

They say you have to spend money to make money, but that doesn’t mean you can’t spend your money wisely. Thousands of prospective clients search...

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Do you still use your cell from 10 years ago? Or even 3 years ago? No, because it’s outdated. So why use outdated systems in your personal injury...

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We’re all familiar with the adage: “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” And while lunch, dinner, and dessert fans may argue...

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Not all meals are the same—choosing which chips you want at the gas station isn’t as important as deciding where to take your friend out for their...

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Toward the end of the year people get reflective—you start thinking about what you did right, what you did wrong, and what you want to do better...

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Sometimes it’s good to romanticize the past—there’s nothing like lying on the couch, listening to your favorite record; or holding a paperback in...

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The law has evolved throughout history; after all, it was illegal to wear purple in ancient Rome if you weren’t royalty—and now it’s only illegal...

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The first step towards better case management for your personal injury firm is admitting you have a spreadsheet problem. Using spreadsheets (e.g.,...

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Does the prospect of poor client reviews have your personal injury law firm yelping with fear? Well, it should—because the most damning threat to...

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Let’s cut to the chase—you shouldn’t be reading this blog. The life of a personal injury attorney is hectic, nonstop, and a bunch of other words...

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