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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.

4 Signs it’s time to outsource record retrieval

Retrieving records is crucial in legal and insurance work. But it’s a time-consuming task that requires multiple follow-ups and knowledge of the laws and regulations on retaining and releasing records. That’s why many law firms and insurance companies in the United States outsource their record retrieval needs.