Retain more clients and follow up with leads. An intake specialist's role is to efficiently nurture leads and develop relationships that translate into successful conversions.
Staff to handle 50+ active cases, decrease settlement time, and increase client satisfaction. They organize and maintain case files, monitor budgets, timelines, and billing for case completion.
Delegate all the tedious day-to-day task like calendaring, emailing, data entry, etc. A qualified and experienced legal assistant can be the start of less stress and better results in any law office.
Dedicated staff to collect documents like medical records, police reports, insurance info, etc. They specialize in finding and obtaining difficult-to-acquire documents for their clients.
Demand writers draft demand packages to insurance companies, sort through medical records, summarize case facts and create persuasive arguments, and more!
Marketing specialists grow brand awareness and pursue connections with potential clients. They prepare newsletters, write blogs, develop SMS campaigns, and manage social media pages.
A Paralegal assists with case planning, development, and management, legal research, interviews clients, gathers facts and retrieves information, drafts and analyzes legal documents.
Account managers act as client advocates and work with internal departments to ensure that client needs are understood and satisfied. They help improve the overall customer experience.
Legal receptionists are the gatekeepers of a law firm or legal department. They greet new clients, answer incoming calls, organize the calendar, etc.
Sales Executive responsibilities include discovering and pursuing new sales prospects, negotiating deals and maintaining customer satisfaction.
SEO specialists identify strategies and techniques to increase the number of visitors to a website and obtain a highranking placement in the results page of search engines.
A Lien Negotiator is a professional who will support clients, by having direct communication with insurance companies, in order to negotiate settlements in benefit of the firm's clients.