The Biggest Challenge for Reputable Personal Injury Firms… Ambulance Chasers!
When you went to law school, did you imagine that you’d be competing for business with unscrupulous attorneys who try to scoop up clients when they’re most vulnerable?
If you’re like most ethical lawyers, you didn’t.
You recognize the value in the services you provide and you know that people who need you will recognize it too.
You don’t need to buy names from insurance companies or wait outside emergency rooms for tearful family members. You don’t need to hound prospective clients who don’t even know who you are while they’re trying to recover from their injuries.
That’s because you’re not an ambulance chaser.
Unfortunately, these “ambulance chasers” pose an enormous threat to your reputable personal injury firm (as you are probably aware) – and it’s not only because they’re waiting like parasites to latch onto clients before they realize what’s going on.
Why Ambulance Chasers Are a Threat to Your Firm
Let’s face it: people rank personal injury lawyers among the least trustworthy people to have passed the Bar. Personal injury lawyers bear the brunt of hundreds of cringe-worthy jokes.