Mining Your Marketing Gold: How To Improve Your Intake Procedures So The Good Cases Don’t Get Away
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Practitioners spend so much money on marketing efforts only to thwart those efforts by spending so little time on intake procedures. Based on his 46 years of experience as an attorney and consultant in Social Security Disability Law, James Mitchell Brown knows that intake procedures are essential to a profitable practice. His consulting has dramatically increased the profitability of many practices. Now, he wants to help your practice. Jim’s experience as a consultant is that most firms lose 20-40% of the cases they should be signing up by not having state of the art intake procedures. Doing intake properly helps you sign up more good cases but also helps you win the cases you do sign up. He will discuss the best practices to improve your intake procedures so that the good cases don’t get away. Improve your intake procedures and let your firm become more profitable.
- Current practitioners
- New practitioners who recently took the Eligible for Direct Payment Non-Attorneys (EDPNA) examination
- New attorney practitioners
- Recent graduates of law school and paralegal school
- Office managers, legal assistants, intake specialists, and other office staff
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