How to Use Legal Experts to Stay Profitable

12-10-2023 | Property Development

The legal industry is incredibly complicated, from the largest law firms and private corporations to small and solo firms. This complexity has resulted in a variety of business challenges that could impact profitability, including accounting and billing issues. managing invoices and reconciling trust account transactions and tracking billable times can distract attention from the important issues that are critical to the success of a business. A survey conducted by MyCase in 2021 revealed that 61% of people find it difficult to capture the billable time.

Offering customers multiple payment options is an option to get paid faster. This includes accepting credit cards, which are beneficial for both parties and accelerate payment. It’s a good idea, as well, to reward loyal customers with discounts and rewards. This can boost retention rates.

Making improvements in efficiency and ensuring every dollar counts is another method to increase profits. This could mean offering fixed-fee service for a lesser number of cases or cutting back on overhead costs using technology like texting and automation of documents and video communications.

It is important to locate an expert who is qualified but you also require the right legal tools. It’s important to have a CRM system in place that allows attorneys to manage client data and a cybersecurity provider who safeguards sensitive information. It’s also important to conduct a conflict check for any potential expert to ensure they do not have a competing relationship to a person or an institution, parent company or defendant company.

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