Welcome to episode 6 of The Earley Show podcast, hosted by attorney Christopher Earley! For this conversation, Chris is joined by Jennifer Gore-Cuthbert, Attorney and Founder of Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group Gore LLC.
In this episode, Jennifer and Christopher discuss the benefits of scaling your practice, why lawyers should look to delegate tasks both in the office and at home, becoming a mentor for the next generation of attorneys and much more!
About our guest:
Jennifer Gore-Cuthbert is an attorney and founder of Atlanta Personal Injury Law Group Gore, a law firm that has been recognized as one of the fastest growing in the USA by Inc 5000 and Law Firm 500 Awards for three consecutive years. She has over 10 years of experience in the personal injury field, specializing in wrongful death, trucking and motorcycle cases. Jennifer is passionate about building close working relationships with her clients and providing quality, compassionate, and efficient legal representation. She works to move cases to settlement or trial as efficiently as possible without sacrificing results, and is attentive to the stress that being injured or in a collision can have on a person’s overall life. She also coaches and mentors other entrepreneurs who want to start or grow their own businesses.
About The Earley Show:
For nearly 20 years, Christopher Earley has successfully led a personal injury law firm in Boston. On the Earley Show, a new podcast launched in the summer of 2023, Christopher and other standout attorneys will be sharing their secrets to success, and discussing the law office management habits that have allowed their practice to thrive. If you’re looking to make better use of your time, increase daily productivity or even just spend less time answering emails, you’ll definitely want to tune in to The Earley Show.
The Earley Show is a part of the Answering Legal podcast network. Interested in learning more about Answering Legal? Book an appointment to speak with us here!
This podcast is produced and edited by Joe Galotti. You can reach Joe via email at [email protected].