Advocate Capital Inc. wishes you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Our offices will be closed on Thursday, 12/31 and the Friday, 1/1 holiday. All funding transactions received on 12/30 will be processed on Thursday, 12/31. All payment transactions received on 12/30, as well as any payment or funding received after that date, will be processed promptly on...
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I’ve blogged about the importance of LinkedIn for networking and generating new clients many times. As we enter into 2016, you may be wondering if there are any new ways to use this social media platform to better market your personal injury law firm to the more than 122 million registered members in the US.
In a recent article, Scorpion Design, LLC’s Vic...
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During Christmas week, our offices will be closed on Thursday, 12/24 and Friday, 12/25.
All payments, fundings and other transactions received on these days will be processed promptly on Monday, December 28.
Should you have any questions regarding the processing of any transaction, please feel free to contact our Accounting Team at 1-615-577-5448 or by em...
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The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts recently upheld a 2014 law extending the civil statute of limitations for child sex abuse victims. Advocate Capital’s friend and client, Mark Itzkowitz helped Carmen Durso of Durso Law write the brief.
According to an article in The Watham News Tribune, Plaintiff Rosanne Sliney sued her uncle, Domenic A. Previte...
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With the end of the year approaching, we start to see predictions for next year. Recently, I came across Frank Strong’s article, “6 Bold Predictions for Legal Marketing in 2016.” He talks about the 2016 predictions made by legal marketing professional Larry Bodine, and they definitely provide some food for thought. Here are a few of the predictions:
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Facebook recently announced an update to their policy requiring users to register under their real names. The policy forces users to provide proof of identity should an account become “flagged” with a fake name. Previously, these flagged profiles would suddenly become deactivated.
The update is not a change to the policy itself, but rather an alternative...
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President and CEO Michael J. Swanson‘s recently interviewed Attorney Matthew Dubin of the Law Offices of Matthew D. Dubin in Seattle, Washington about what consumers should do to get their medical bills paid after an accident.
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Ralph Nader, the long-time consumer advocate, has recently opened the American Museum of Tort Law. According to Mr. Nader, “Tort law is being run into the ground, maligned, caricatured and slandered because it’s effective.”
According to an article by Erik Eckholm in the New York Times, “The museum aims to describe the evolution of the law regarding neglig...
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Advocate Capital, Inc. would like to send out huge thanks and CONGRATULATIONS to Tom Wright, Director of Membership, and the entire team at the Louisiana Association for Justice for closing out 2015 with an amazing conference last week in New Orleans.
This was a fantastic show for attorneys and vendors alike. Tina Burns and I visited with clients, met n...
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When I want to brush up on our social media marketing here at Advocate Capital, Inc., I always check in with experts like Stephen Fairley of the Rainmaker Institute. True to form, Stephen posted an excellent article earlier this month. In it, he outlines 10 practical steps you can take today to improve your social media marketing. Here’s a sample:
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