With CloudLex, personal injury law firms now have access to our revolutionary set of applications that enable them to effectively run and grow their practices.
New York, NY (PRWEB)
September 12, 2017
CloudLex, innovator of the Legal Cloud®, has launched the newest version of their revolutionary cloud-based personal injury platform. Already an overwhelming success in New York’s tri-state area, CloudLex is now available in all jurisdictions in the United States.
Designed exclusively for plaintiff personal injury law firms, CloudLex enables attorneys to build, manage, and grow their legal practice through its comprehensive suite of visionary applications.
No matter the size, all firms receive access to CloudLex’s groundbreaking stable of plug and play apps (available in the CloudLex Marketplace) that can be scaled up or down depending on a firm’s individual needs.
Matter Manager -
Matter Manager, the hub of the CloudLex platform, provides attorneys with case management support from intake to closure. It allows higher-ups to effectively manage their resources and stay ahead of looming issues through targeted reports and dashboard tools.
Referral Engine -
With Referral Engine, CloudLex subscribers can send out and take on referrals from a growing community of plaintiff attorneys. Partner firms can execute fee agreements, share case information, and track changes to their referred matters seamlessly from within the app.
Referral Exchange -
Open to all, Referral Exchange is the ultimate marketing tool. It allows firms to promote themselves nationally by connecting with our expansive network of personal injury attorneys. Users can receive referrals, interact with partner firms, and share case information with ease.
Client Communicator -
With the Client Communicator, firms can send text reminders and case updates to their clients that can be viewed any time. And clients can upload important case documents right in the portal, leading to fewer phone calls and increased efficiency.
Digital Archiver -
Digital archival of closed cases frees up the space and resources needed to grow a practice. All data related to a firm’s closed matters (even digital correspondence) can be archived for a period of 7 years on a secure and HIPPA compliant server.