Improving your client experience can help your firm retain more clients and get better reviews, which will in turn attract more clients. In this blog post, we’ll discuss three areas in which you can improve your client experience: education, communication, and initial contact.
If you say that you have the best virtual receptionists for law firms, then you’d better be able to back that up. Well, here at Answering Legal, we can back that up. This blog is going to sound like we’re bragging, but it’s true: we earnestly believe we have the best virtual receptionists for law firms.
Legal issues don’t take time off, and clients don’t ever stop calling. If you want to take a well-deserved break without missing out on new leads, you’re going to need to prepare.
Answering Legal and Lawmatics Announce Integration to Make Legal Intake Management and Automation Easy
Our new integration with Lawmatics will help bring law firms’ phone systems into the twenty-first century. Attorneys will be able to automatically process inbound phone legal intakes into their Lawmatics platforms, saving them valuable time and making it easy to track new leads.
For this conversation, Gary is joined by lawyer Andrew Monkhouse. Topics of discussion include why Andrew decided to connect with a business coach during a time in which his firm was already doing well and how Andrew has approached bringing his employees back into the office.
The promise of a tool that can integrate with the software most law firms are already using is a huge draw for AI. In this blog, we’ll go over everything the as-yet-unreleased Microsoft 365 Copilot can do, and what, specifically, lawyers can look forward to in their future adoption of this tool.
Even though generative AI is in its infancy, it won’t be long before it’s changed the legal landscape. In this blog, we’ll present a vision of the future of attorneys: the AI lawyer. We’ll discuss how, now and in the future, AI will make it possible for lawyers to get an exponential amount of work done in fractions of the time it takes today.