Understanding Law Firm Clients And How They Hire Lawyers [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - July 24, 2019
Understanding Law Firm Clients And How They Hire Lawyers [Infographic]

Check out this infographic to learn more about the habits of legal consumers and how you can better position your firm to get their attention.

Every year, FindLaw conducts a U.S. Consumer Legal Needs Survey that asks the question every attorney wants to know; what influences someone’s decision to hire a lawyer? The survey revealed some characteristics of law firm clients that attorneys need to dial into their marketing strategies. 

For example, did you know that 59% of people take action within the first week, so they are ready to act when they contact you? Or that 58% of people only contact one attorney, so they are probably ready to hire you if they call you.

Just think, who better to tell you how you should be spending your marketing time and budget on than the exact people? That is exactly why you need to check out this infographic from FindLaw to see what you can change to find more potential clients and make sure you’re the lawyer that is helping meet their needs. Take a look below and get started right away!

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