In this blog post, we’ll be offering a deeper look at our bilingual answering service here at Answering Legal and detailing just how we’re able to make sure that we always have bilingual virtual receptionists available 24/7.
For us legal laypeople, having to call an attorney is usually a bad sign. In fact, most of us hope we won’t ever need an attorney. Of course, we do need legal help, and good thing too; if we didn’t, lawyers would be out of a job. Though most of us would count ourselves lucky
According to the ABA’s 2021 profile of the legal profession, there are over 1.3 million attorneys in the U.S. The number of working attorneys doesn’t change much from year to year – the ABA reported a similar number in 2020 — but it certainly has grown since the beginning of the century. That’s partly why
What are your firm’s strengths? Likely the primary one is the legal service you provide. Perhaps you have a particular specialty, or you demonstrate your compassion for your clients in everything you do. Your strengths are what makes you different from the next lawyer on the list. It’s important to know what your strengths are
Attorneys are detail-oriented people, and tend to like to have their hands in everything that comes through their office. Delegation is a valuable skill, then, but for solo practitioners, it can feel like delegation isn’t an option. After all, you’re the only attorney in the office. But that isn’t true. Solo lawyers can still delegate
No matter where your law firm is based, you need to be able to reach Spanish-speaking clients. Recent census data estimates that over 41 million people above the age of five speak Spanish at home. That’s 41 million people who, when faced with legal issues, will go to firms that speak their language. In order