Posts Tagged ‘tort reform’
To fire or not to fire…
One disturbing trend that we’ve all seen over the last several months is intake as many established, successful law firms has slowed substantially – the phones just aren’t ringing. Obviously, the current environment is incenting firms to do everything possible to be more efficient and save money. Whether due to the economy, tort reform (for PI firms),…Read More
I’ve just finished marketing. What’s next?
OK, so you’ve just launched your new website, started advertising on television, created a new yellow pages ad or held a successful networking event. Because of your efforts, you’ve met a few potential referrers or prospective clients. So what’s next? Often, the inclination is that once you’ve completed a marketing activity, your marketing efforts are over for…Read More
Personal Injury Law, Diversification and High Stakes Poker
Over the last six months of speaking and meeting with lawyers and law firms that have successful Personal Injury practices, I have seen an interesting trend. Which is that many of them are diversifying into other areas of law, including Commercial Litigation, Consumer Fraud, and Real Estate Law among others. Mind you, I am talking…Read More