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Episode 357 – Money Talks: Does a Call Conversion Service Make Financial Sense For You?

What’s the average fee you collect for an average case? How many valid potential new clients (PNCs) are calling your firm each month? Of those, how many end up hiring you and paying your retainer fee each month? These three questions can help you determine whether Speakeasy Marketing’s call conversion service makes financial sense for you. …

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Episode 356 – From Call Answering to Call Conversion: The Key to a Booming Law Firm

Every potential new client (PNC) who calls your firm is dealing with some form of pain, whether emotional, physical, or both – this is irrefutable. As an attorney, it’s your job to find legal solutions for lessening that pain. And as a call conversion service for attorneys, it’s our job to handle every single call to …

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Episode 355 – Golden Tip for Client Conversion Lies in the Golden Arches

What do fast food restaurants have to do with law firms? It’s not churning out as much low-quality product as quickly as possible. But it IS about taking customer orders as soon as possible when there’s a long line. Whether it’s multiple ordering stations along the way, or an employee walking out to your car …

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Episode 354 – For Success, Make a List and Check it Twice

How do highly successful attorneys become – and stay – successful? #1 – Answer every single call right away, or return it within 5 minutes (it might sound impossible, but it’s not!). #2 – Show empathy. #3 – Be honest and accurate, but also be positive. #4 – Ensure all relevant information is gathered from …

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Episode 353 – 3 Steps for Standing Firm in a Sea of Uncertainty

We’re all feeling it: the uncertainty in the world and the fear that comes with it. But instead of throwing your hands up, there are simple and concrete steps that can almost immediately improve your situation. #1- Find a point of differentiation. There are several ways to do this depending on your practice area(s). #2- …

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Episode 352 – Anticipating and Adapting to Changes: Practice Area #5 — Bankruptcy

Is another recession imminent? Many economists are saying “Yes.” It might be impossible to avoid at this point, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways for you to plan and prepare for it—and help your clients at the same time. As a bankruptcy attorney, you might be accustomed to handling personal bankruptcies only, but in …

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Episode 351 – Anticipating and Adapting to Changes: Practice Area #4 — Family Law

Past, present, and future: no matter where your family law clients are, it could be worth it to see how they are. In light of current inflation, does their spousal or child support arrangement need to be increased or decreased? Have new disagreements in the family come up? Could they benefit from the fast, cheap, …

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Episode 350 – Anticipating and Adapting to Changes: Practice Area #3 – Estate Planning

It’s old news that any change in family dynamics or finances warrants a review of the current estate plan. But over the last couple of years, almost everyone has experienced at least one change that will impact their financial picture and future as a whole, and that’s new. Now more than ever, people are in …

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Episode 349 – Anticipating And Adapting To Changes: Practice Area #2 – Criminal Law

When the price of gas increases, so too does the price of almost everything else. Inflation is happening on a global scale with far-reaching consequences, some of which are impacting the world of criminal law. As a criminal defense lawyer, what can you do to support your clients during this time? It starts with an understanding …

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Episode 348 – Anticipating and Adapting to Changes: Practice Area #1 — Personal Injury (Auto Accidents)

What does the situation with Ukraine, Russia, and the US have to do with auto accidents? More than you might think: skyrocketing new and used car prices, gas prices, insurance premiums, auto part shortages, and higher medical insurance premiums. In general, people are being squeezed for money from all directions, which could make them more …

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