Until fairly recently, many U.S. law firms used in-house marketing staff to help bring in new clientele. Larger law firms sometimes included a full marketing department, while smaller ones tasked existing employees with sourcing new legal leads.
Every personal injury lawyer works hard to secure justice and compensation for injured clients. They are tasked with seeking justice for plaintiffs who are injured or personally wronged, of course. But many civil litigation attorneys are also responsible for attracting new clientele in an increasingly competitive market.
Attorney Fred Tabak of Tabak Law in Milwaukee, WI moved into Social Security disability law 30 years into his career. He experimented with TV commercials, ads on billboards and other tactics to attract SSDI leads. Tabak even tried several different lead-gen companies until he found the right solution. “I’ve now eliminated all but LeadingResponse,” Tabak says.
Mass torts are big business for legal firms. And they’re constantly changing thanks to breakthrough settlements, ongoing scientific studies, and new FDA rulings. But connecting mass tort leads with the right attorney can be difficult — especially with the number of competitors all struggling to capture the same potential litigants.
So maybe you’ve tried hiring a third-party lead generation service in the past for sourcing new auto accident leads. This process can be tricky; with the wrong partner, your firm might get lost in the crowd or deluged with low-quality leads that simply won’t convert.
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