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Finding a Just Cause for Your Law Firm

A just cause answers the question, what’s this all for?  Your cause must be durable, resilient and timeless and provide the context for all decisions that you make. Many plaintiff’s law firm’s promote a just cause of fighting for the most money for their clients.  Highways in the southern part of our country are littered with more »

What Makes Your Law Firm Special?

The most successful law firms emphasize the personal and professional development of their staff.  When your team members know that you care about them—both personally and professionally—there is a higher level of commitment and dedication from your staff.   What makes your law firm special and unique?  Is it the health insurance you offer?  What about the more »

The Only Way to Know If Your Marketing Works

Do you ever wonder how you get new cases? For most of us, there is a lot of guesswork. You know how important it is to identify the source of new leads, but many of your clients either forget who referred you, or your intake specialist forgets to ask.  This sucks! It’s frustrating when you more »

An Opportunity Unlike Any Other

Ever wonder what it would be like to have a trusted board of advisors for your law firm?  An elite team of advisors available whenever you need them. Advisors who are more than advisors—trusted friends who will do anything to help you, both personally and professionally. Seem impossible?  Not anymore.  Plaintiffs Elite is not a coaching more »

The Ultimate Checklist for Lawyers

Systems and policies are essential for any successful law firm.  But it’s not enough just to have systems, you have to fully integrate them into your practice (this, unfortunately, his the hard part).  Truth is, you have to live and die by your systems every single day. Okay, but how?  The almighty Work Plan. A Work more »

How Lawyers Should Use Facebook

Your goal with posts on social media? ENGAGEMENT. Engagement on social media is a “like”, comment, reaction or the holy grail of social media, someone who “shares” your post.   Be genuine, vulnerable and personal. If you’re scared during the pandemic (we all are), share your fears on Facebook live.  The more personal, the better.  Don’t post more »

The Power Of A System made it to the Best Law Firm Books of All Time

I’m happy to announce that my book, “The Power Of A System: How To Build the Injury Law Practice of Your Dreams”, made it to BookAuthority’s Best Law Firm Books of All Time. BookAuthority collects and ranks the best books in the world, and it is a great honor to get this kind of recognition. Thank more »

Why Lawyers Should Never Pay for Paper Medical Records

January 23, 2020 was a very bad day for lawyers.  On this day, a lower federal court in the District of Columbia ruled in Ciox Health, LLC v. Azar, No. 18-CV-00040 (APM) that a patient’s agent/representative (e.g., lawyers) cannot benefit from the limits on fees for electronic medical records that apply to requests made by more »

Why Plaintiff’s Lawyers Must Insist upon Remote Video Depositions

While COVID-19 is a pandemic, it is not a reason to delay remote video depositions.  Lawyers must continue conducting discovery to the maximum extent feasible by permitting proceedings to be conducted using technology, including court conferences and remote video depositions.  During this past week, Judges and lawyers throughout New York have been conducting remote video more »

How to Win Your Next Plaintiff’s Medical Malpractice Case

Here’s a little secret that few medical malpractice lawyers will share with you: the key to winning a plaintiff’s medical malpractice case has nothing to do with your trial skills.  Success hinges on something far different. Your success with a plaintiff’s medical malpractice case depends (almost) entirely on one thing: CASE SELECTION.  Even an incompetent trial more »