Professional Liability Insurance Scoring Checklist
Most people discover they've picked the wrong insurance once it's too late. This checklist covers 16 items across 6 key considerations. Score multiple choices side-by-side to gain the confidence of a thoughtful selection.
Smart businesses confidently endure cyberattacks because they quantified their risk and planned for it
We’ve created a worksheet that guides you through the steps of quantifying your exposure. Then, item-by-item, identifies what’s covered by insurance. Confidently face your future by starting with a plan.
It's Not as Good as It Looks
What looks like easy money is often a trap. A form of fraud is hitting lawyers. Download this guide on how to identify and avoid email wire fraud scams.
Avoid This Unwanted Headache
A forced action can turn costly. Consider Newtonian physics before suing a deadbeat client for non-payment. Download this guide to learn how to build your plan for maximum pay with minimal headaches.
Email Wire Fraud Scams
Wire fraud is on the rise. And it’s starting to impact lawyers. And worse, it’s impacting lawyers’ clients. Download this guide to understand your risk and how to create strategies of protection.
Email Disclaimer Worksheet
Companies can use a number of risk management techniques to control the exposure associated with electronic communication, including email disclaimers. This worksheet will help you personalize and draft your own disclaimer.
Starting a Law Firm Business Plan
It’s one of the toughest educations out there. But law school misses one important subject – how to run a law practice. Five key areas drive your business plan. And we’ve outlined them for you.
The Summer BBQ - a Malpractice Danger Zone
It’s more harmful than it feels. The backyard BBQ can escalate from a gathering of friends into hot coals that scorch your Professional Liability policy for years. Download this guide and create strategies to keep your summer BBQ safe.
eBooks: Professional Liability 101 & An Overview of Legal Malpractice
Avoid costly mistakes by learning the essentials before purchasing professional liability insurance. These two eBooks take minutes to read, but put you in a commanding position when it's time to make your choice.
Are You On the Hook? Maybe yes. Maybe no.
Discover how to minimize potential liability when making referrals to other attorneys.
Suggested Documentation Best Practices Checklist
Set the precedent for your firm with documentation. Use this checklist to to ensure consistency.
Ransomware Response Kit
You’re computer’s locked – and it’s too late. You’ve been ransomed. Or an employee has been ransomed. Now what?
Getting Them in the Door
12 Marketing Ideas for Attorneys that Won't Cost a Fortune.
Create An Exit Strategy for Your Insurance Agency
Most small businesses wait too long to plan an exit strategy. Once an exit comes into focus it’s too late to then optimize key factors like valuation, leadership succession, equity transfer, and tax optimization. To prepare for a proper exit, you must answer one question first.
Responding To A Negative Online Review
A negative online review has the potential to adversely affect not only a business’s reputation, but also its viability. Download this guide so you’re prepared for the chance your firm is ever faced with a negative online review.
10 Ways to Minimize the Chance of a Legal Malpractice Suit
Download ten steps that are frequently effective as risk management techniques for reducing the risk of suit for attorneys in any area of practice.
Tailor a Portfolio of Insurance Policies for Your Unique Needs
It probably feels needlessly complex. Why can't one insurance policy cover it all? This worksheet will simplify the answer and help you identify what coverages you need for your business.
How to Minimize Your Lawyer’s Professional Liability Costs and Maximize Your Benefits
Follow this checklist to ensure you are doing all you can to minimize your Professional Liability Insurance costs while maximizing your benefits.
7 Things You Need to Know Webinar
Uncover the Seven Things That You NEED To Know Before Insuring Your Law Firm Or Renewing Your Existing Insurance Policy.... AND... What You Can Do To Fix Them, Today!
Replace uncertainty with confidence using a tested strategy against potential malpractice claims.
It’s always better to be ahead of a potential malpractice claim than behind it. Get insider tips from folks that see more malpractice claims in a year than you’ll see in your lifetime.
Suggested Missed Deadlines Best Practices Checklist
Sometimes it’s not your fault. Sometimes it is. But fault doesn’t matter when your client is angry. Use this checklist to help manage deadlines and keep clients happy.
Conflicts of Interest
One thousand nine hundred thirty-one claims from 2008 to 2011. According to the ABA, that’s the number of conflicts of interest claims made in just three years. That’s almost 700 every year. Download this guide to see how you measure up.
Remote Your Law Office Wisely
Vulnerabilities exploded during the rapid remoting of workforces in spring 2020. Now let’s button things up. Download this checklist and see if you’re covered.
Client Relations Checklist
Good client relations are an excellent deterrent to malpractice suits, and a great way to increase repeat business and referrals. Download this checklist and see how you measure up.
Withdrawing From a Case
Withdrawing from a case usually comes about because of irreconcilable differences between attorney and client, differences which can be fertile ground for a malpractice claim. Protect yourself and your firm by lawfully withdrawing from a case.
Issues Raised by Working with Co-Counsel
There are strict rules on “sharing” clients. And they apply to both referring clients as well as receiving referrals. And there are potential traps.
Making the Case: How Diversity and Inclusion Can Improve Your Firm’s Financial Outlook
There’s a debate if DE&I makes money or costs money. We’re not sure. So, we asked the experts.
The Art of Getting Paid
Getting paid is more than the mechanics of delivering an invoice. It begins with your initial client meeting and continues through the completed matter. And every step in that journey either increases or decreases your probability of getting paid. Attorney Claude E. Ducloux shares his insights and experience in this important matter.
Skeletons in the closet
Are Conflicts of Interest Haunting New Business? The skeletons in your closet are conflicts of interest. Some conflicts are clear. Some are not. So, how do you parse the grey areas of conflict. Attorney, Will Jordan, has four questions that will help you find the answer.