Check out the article authored by Arkansas injury attorney Alan LeVar in the the spring 2014 edition of the ATLA Docket. The Docket is a quarterly publication of the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. Arkansas injury attorney Alan LeVar writes for other Arkansas attorneys about the technologies they need to utilize in a law office, particularly if they have a personal injury law firm. One particular subject covered was the need for personal injury attorneys to utilize case management software that not only coordinates calendering and document management/assembly, but also helps them create automated workflows and reports. A personal injury attorney needs to make sure that every client is given quality care and attention. An attorney representing victims of car wrecks, for example, must ensure that their client’s car is being repaired, that they have an adequate rental car, that they are paid for the diminished value of their car or for the value of their car if it is totaled. Additionally, the attorney must ensure that the injured victim receives proper medical care. A personal injury attorney may need to assist their client in finding the right medical provider and periodically follow up with their injured clients to ensure treatment is progressing appropriately. Additionally, a good personal injury attorney knows how to properly coordinate the various benefits (health insurance, car insurance, medpay, wage loss) to ensure every injured person is made whole. The right software is invaluable in making sure each area is being addressed and helps the personal injury attorney to give both personal and efficient service to every client. Personal injury attorney Alan LeVar reviews the various products on the market which will hopefully assist personal injury attorneys in choosing the best option for their clients.
The article may also be of interest to any person injured by the actions of others, so you can know what to expect out of your injury attorney and what things they can do to assist you in your personal injury case.