Legal intake has the power to make or break a law firm. Check out this blog post for tips on how to evaluate and improve upon your practice’s intake process.
At Answering Legal, we specialize in capturing leads for lawyers. Our receptionist team handles thousands of calls a day, boosting lead capture rates as high as they can go.
If you take a tour around our site, you’ll see that we’ve published a lot of content on legal intake. That’s because legal intake is more than just your information-gathering tool. For most of your clients, it’s their first impression of your firm. And, of course, it’s probably the most effective way to capture new
The trouble with client intake is that it’s a vital part of law firm management that lawyers just don’t have that much experience with. You know what you need from your intake: good lead conversion and all the information you need to secure new clients. But unless you’ve answered the phone yourself, it can be
Your legal intake process is your firm’s first impression. Every one of your new leads will experience legal intake when they call into your firm, and that’s why it’s so important to get it right. On top of that, legal intake is one of the few tried-and-true lead capturing tools law firms have. While there
Here at Answering Legal, we feel answering services get a bad rap. We’ve heard the horror stories and we’re here to tell you that our service isn’t like the others. But it’s too easy to just say that we’re not like those other services; we want to show you what separates us from any other
When was the last time you reviewed your lead capturing? You probably review your marketing strategy regularly to check up on your lead generation. But do you regularly check up on how many of those leads actually become clients? There could be several reasons why your lead capturing may not be performing to your expectations.