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What you need to know about litigation support

A term like “litigation support,” due to its own breadth and applicability, can often instigate questions about exactly what it entails. It leaves many attorneys wondering exactly what it means when they contract a firm to provide litigation support.

12 Tech tools law firms should utilize

Ever since we’ve had rules to govern society, we’ve needed people to stand up and ensure that those rules are applied fairly and justly to all that they protect. Given these facts, it’s no surprise that many in the legal profession take great pride in their place in society and place a high premium on tradition and legacy.

Security measures to look for in your record retrieval provider

We at Record Retrieval Solutions appreciate that, as legal entities, our clients are ethically and professionally bound to protect the confidentiality and private information of their own clients, especially when it comes to health data. As record keepers and managers, we realize it’s absolutely essential that we hold ourselves to the same high standards our clients do when it comes to proper data management and utilization.

How to connect with your clients while working remotely

The public health crisis brought about by the COVID-19 outbreak has drastically upended many facets of life, not least of which is the way business is conducted. Among the sectors most affected is the legal industry. Not only have social distancing measures changed the way court proceedings are conducted, but they’ve drastically impacted the way attorneys interact with their clients.

Tasks US law firms should consider outsourcing

When your law firm is just starting out or operating when the economy is down (like during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis), you may be tempted to do everything in-house to save money. The problem with this approach is that your staff may spend too much time on tasks that are either mundane or beyond their skill set.

5 Questions to ask your potential record retrieval provider

Law firms and insurance companies rely heavily on records to effectively do their work. For example, to win a personal injury case, lawyers need to gather incident reports, medical records, and more documents to support their client’s claim. Insurers, on the other hand, use medical records to evaluate an applicant’s risk.