SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/
-- LegalMatch.com has collected over 100 success stories and
positive reviews from member attorneys on its website. 50 of these
contain video interviews in which attorneys discuss the ways
LegalMatch has benefited and grown their practices.
For any business, success stories act as a measure of the
quality and reliability of the services provided. Especially for
subscription-based platforms like LegalMatch, positive reviews are
a benchmark indicator of the level of satisfaction experienced by
member attorneys, who use the LegalMatch marketing model to
increase their client base and online web presence.
The high number of positive reviews comes at a time when the
legal industry, and the economy as a whole, have been experiencing
setbacks due to the impacts of pandemic conditions. Even under such
conditions, LegalMatch has continued to increase in case retentions
and case submission volume.
This is reassuring news for both attorneys and clients alike,
who must find ways to connect even though in-person meetings and
interactions have been limited. Because LegalMatch's platform is
completely remote and online, attorneys can still forge proper
working relations with potential clients, and clients are able to
select from a wide variety of attorneys through LegalMatch. This
allows consumers to gain access to much-needed legal services in
all major practice areas.
"Being able to handle your case or operate your law practice
remotely is very important during the pandemic. Attorneys didn't
have any good options other than finding a way to facilitate remote
communications and marketing for new clients. Our member attorneys
had to do very little adapting to overcome the changes the pandemic
caused because LegalMatch's services operate remotely by default.
In many instances, our member attorneys didn't see any change in
business, rather some increased because their business operations
were ahead of the curve," says James Gagliano, LegalMatch's Sr. Director of
As the Delta COVID-19 variant emerges, the American consumer
population must brace itself for ongoing adjustments and changes to
the economy. In the meantime, communication between potential
clients who need legal services can remain open through online
matching platforms such as LegalMatch.
LegalMatch is the nation's oldest and largest online legal
matching service. Headquartered in San
Francisco with offices throughout the country, LegalMatch
helps people find attorneys and helps attorneys find new clients.
LegalMatch's service is free to consumers, from individuals to
small businesses. For more information about LegalMatch, please
visit our website or contact us directly.
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