The past year was incredibly busy for Mass Tort litigators and PI attorneys across the country. With litigation mounting for TVM, continuing for Hips, and across the headlines for mild TBI & the NFL – there was plenty of interest in financing to strengthen cases, bridge gaps, and explore new trial services in order to offer exemplary practice to clients.
Here are the top 5 stories that spiked our charts with interest from the PI attorney community:
#5: How Google’s Updates Have Changed the Game for Law Firm SEO
2013 was a big year for Google; the search algorithm was radically changed in both the Spring and Fall seasons. Many tactics which had successfully boosted ranking for the websites of personal injury law firms were now no longer effective. Case Funding’s guide illuminated many of these tactics.
#4: Installment II: Retain vs. Refer – Borrowing to Keep Cases In-House
Referring out cases is not always the desired path for law firms. Our retain versus refer guide listed ways capable attorneys can keep their cases in house and retain firm revenues for cases they were able to sign of their own efforts and would be able to offer excellent client service if it weren’t for lack of funds.
#3: Has Your Plaintiffs’ Mild TBI Gone Undetected? What NFL Concussion Litigation means for PI
While the NFL Player’s litigation may not have ended quite as expected, the topic did bring to light a plethora of new medical information regarding mild traumatic injury and its possible presence in many common personal injury cases.
#2: TVM Case Screening Checklist: Factors to Consider at your Intake Evaluation
Consolidated litigation against transvaginal mesh manufacturers is certainly one of the largest product liability cases in recent years. When Case Funding offered the insights of our own in-house attorney underwriters, the easy to use client intake sheet was a smash hit for our attorney audience.
#1: The A,B,C’s of Law Firm Financing
Though Alternative Litigation Finance has been in practice for more than a decade in the US, corporate organizations such as Case Funding Inc. have not made their debut to the Attorney community until recently. The prospect of lenders who understand the contingency-fee model has certainly has gained interest as more and more attorneys have found these lenders a perfect fit for their financing needs.