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  1. Failing To Plan For Attorney Incapacity Is A Plan For Failure

    September 14, 2017

            Every trusts and estates lawyer knows the importance of planning for the possibility of incapacity or the eventuality of death. They encourage people to lay out their directions ahead of time and discuss them with loved ones, all to help insert some order amid the chaos that often surrounds illness or death.    […]


  2. What Can Be Done?

    August 24, 2017

               In an earlier post we talked about the prevalence of mental illness and substance abuse among attorneys, and the fact that the conditions of solo and small firm practice can exacerbate these tendencies.          Being aware of the problem is one thing, addressing it is another. So, what […]


  3. Mental Illness Among Lawyers

    August 10, 2017

           Mental illness and addiction—including depression and alcohol abuse—have been shown to be significantly more prevalent among attorneys than in the general population. The most recent study on this topic, sponsored in part by the American Bar Association, found that lawyers are nearly twice more likely than the general population to abuse alcohol […]


  4. Taking Stock In The Summer

    July 26, 2017

           Generally speaking, the practice of law is a fast-paced undertaking. Lawyers are constantly bombarded with information. And because every minute has actual assigned value, it seems necessary to almost breathlessly fill every second with client work. But even lawyers find their pace eased a bit in the summer months, as the days lengthen and opponents […]


  5. Expressing Gratitude as a Management Technique

    July 13, 2017

           Expressing gratitude to the people you work with is an important and effective management technique. No need for business school strategies—basic politeness you learned at the family dinner table can be as powerful as anything your old college roommate learned in her MBA program. And it works both with employees and partners […]


  6. Considerations When Picking A Case Management System For Your Practice

    June 29, 2017

                Case management systems aren’t just for large firms. They can be beneficial for small practices, too, improving your workflow and increasing your efficiency. A good case management system can also lower your professional liability risk by helping to reduce data input errors, filing errors, deadline calculation errors, and missed deadlines.Here are some key […]


  7. 4 Steps to Successfully Adopting New Technology

    June 15, 2017

         As mentioned in an earlier post, keeping up with technology is both good and right practice. Technology, when employed properly and fully, allows for more efficiency, can help lower the likelihood of mistakes, and can free you up to spend more time on other important tasks, like marketing and client service, and time for […]


  8. Technology In Law Practice: A Requirement and A Challenge

    June 1, 2017

     Technology advances are as much a part of law practice these days as depositions, case law research, and briefs. Like with any business endeavor—or life  in general—technology is essential for any lawyer in any size firm and in any practice concentration.  Indeed, it is a professional and ethical responsibility to keep up with changing technology and […]


  9. Sharing Office Space

    May 18, 2017

     Sharing space with other attorneys is a common and practical way to trim expenses for small practitioners. It can be the path to a more desirable location with good support staff and reasonably-priced research resources, some camaraderie, ready-made back-up for the solo practitioner, and a referral pipeline.But, it can also offer increased risk of facing […]


  10. Work Life Balance

    May 4, 2017

     Practicing law can be an all-consuming undertaking if you let it. There is always more that could be done, always something unfinished. If it isn’t billable work on a client file, it’s bills that need to be prepared. If you closed a matter today, it’s time to market for more tomorrow. There are client emergencies—and […]


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“I found the Protexure representatives to be extremely professional, knowledgeable, and courteous. They found similar coverage for me for a substantial amount less than I had been paying. I have been pleased with Protexure’s service and would recommend it highly.”

- David M. Lipschutz, Esquire

Receiving a quote from Protexure Lawyers is made super easy by the quick response time of their team. The renewal process is different from what I have ever seen, they offer a mostly filled out application which made the process even easier for me!

- Eric Schwab - Woodbridge, NJ

It was a pleasure working with you, - you gave me the most competitive price, quick turn around and good follow-up.

- Howard S. Kavenow

My account representative was very helpful in assisting me to complete my application. He made me feel like my questions and my business were a priority to him.

- Kim Davis

When faced with a substantial increase from our existing malpractice carrier, we received the name Protexure Lawyers from a referral. On contact, they were not only very prompt in processing our application, but also responded to several coverage questions we had. So far, the service has been excellent.

- Law Office of Shriver, O'Neill & Thompson

Mr. Dixon contacted me many months ago and I told him I renew my policy in September and that it would be helpful to contact me in July or August of this year. He did that; he was very patient with me and assisted me with the application process. He was extremely prompt in replying to my inquiries. I had been with the same company for many years so I was reluctant to leave them. He made the transition quite simple. I am fortunate that he was the salesman who contacted me.

- Robert Lewin

Thanks. You guys got my business because (a) your price was great, and (b) you were responsive and on top of things (a number of insurers surprisingly were not).

- Scott Maxwell

I first came in contact with Ryan on a cold call. Usually I am dismissive of these types of calls, but Ryan was brief and to the point - no hard sell or over promising. In the end, I received a less expensive policy than others I researched. I guess not all cold calls are a bad thing.

- Steve Hunter

Ryan offered to compare my current insurance with what he and his company could offer. I took him up on this, and gave him my pertinent information. I did my own research, and discovered that his quote was lower and the carrier had an A rating. I contacted my existing agent to see if she could match the quote. I had been her customer for a number of years and thought that was fair. She was unable to match Ryan's offer.

- Steve Hunter

I discussed some minor differences in the policies with my account representative, and throughout the process, he was easy to reach and called me back promptly. I value this a great deal. In the end, it was clear to me that I would receive a less expensive policy than I currently have, with the same coverage and excellent customer service.

- Steve Hunter

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