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Emerging Trends in Tort Cases: New Jersey MCLs, Zofran Bellwethers

Emerging litigation trends to watch this summer include 16 Zofran tort cases for bellwether trials and New Jersey’s multicounty litigation. First, let’s explore how the New Jersey MCL trend, which could add thousands of caseload opportunities for mass tort lawyers nationwide. We’ll also explain how to quickly grow your clientele once you’re ready to take on new tort cases. (more…)

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Disability Lawyer Search Trends: Are Your Ads Missing Your Audience?

According to Google Trends, “disability lawyer” searches are on the upswing after dropping significantly from October 2017 to February 2018. If you’re looking for Social Security disability leads, we rank the highest and lowest interest-level states below. We’ll also list some search trends involving terms specifically related to Social Security disability law. (more…)

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Unsecured Debt Brings Relief Companies Big Business

Unsecured debt is on the rise again, which leaving many consumers stuck with increasingly higher interest payments every month. Unsecured debt refers to any loan not backed with an underlying asset for collateral, such as your house or vehicle. And while unsecured debt is very common, lenders also carry more risk, which translates to higher interest rates for borrowers. Once borrowers fall behind for six months or longer, that’s typically when debt collectors start calling. And once an account goes to collections, it creates a new business opportunity for consumer credit repair companies. (more…)

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Three Little Changes That Can Help Law Firms Increase Conversions

Lawyers spend significant money trying to bring in new clientele. Losing a single opportunity to bring your firm more clients can feel extremely frustrating. But bringing in new leads is challenging, particularly for small and mid-sized law firms. Many lawyers simply pour more money into their ad spend, hoping that increased volume will produce a few signed retainers. But the truth is, if you can find sneaky ways to increase conversions, you’ll spend less to acquire new clients. (more…)

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New Elder Abuse Laws Target Financial Scams Against Older Americans

One in 10 older Americans experience abuse each year, according to the Administration for Community Living. Though this is a shockingly high statistic, this issue is getting many people’s attention right now. Last October, President Trump signed the Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act into law. In addition to federal and state elder abuse laws, this new legislation helps track and punish financially motivated telemarketing scams. (more…)

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How We Generate the Best Mass Tort Leads for Law Firms

Radio and TV commercials touting lawsuits for defective drugs and medical devices comprise some of the biggest legal advertising costs. Mass tort litigation is incredibly lucrative, delivering billions in restitution to victims through pre-trial settlements and favorable jury verdicts. In 2015 alone, firms spent $892 million on TV commercials. Among those, mass tort firms comprised five of the top six legal advertisers and spent over $100 million on TV spots. This year, industry experts expect firms to spend closer to a billion in TV marketing dollars. (more…)

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How Tax Reform Affects Companies Offering Debt Reduction Services

Now that tax reform’s signed into law by President Trump, how will the new policies affect businesses offering debt reduction services? In short, it may drive more consumers their way. This answer may seem counterintuitive, given that most Americans will enjoy at least a modest (though temporary) tax cut. Even with a little more money in their paychecks, we still think more consumers will look for debt reduction services. (more…)

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