This insurance guide is for attorneys who work as solo practitioners and may be thinking of buying a malpractice policy.
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Are you thinking of going solo and starting your own law practice? If so, you might want to look into general liability insurance for lawyers.
You may not always be online, but your clients likely are.
Whether you are thinking of going solo, starting your own law practice, or have been practicing for a while, you should give malpractice insurance for lawyers some serious thought.
When your clients seek you out, they are not likely to be in a good place in their lives.
Whether you are a sole practitioner, mid-size firm, or provide contract work, professional liability insurance can help protect you.
Workers’ compensation is a unique insurance coverage employers can purchase to help cover damages related to employees’ injuries experienced in the course of their professional duties.
For many, the logical step after completing a Juris Doctor degree and passing the bar is to get real-world experience as an employee at a law firm
If you are starting your own law practice – whether you are going solo or teaming up with a handful of trusted colleagues – this question has probably crossed your mind: how much money can you make at a law firm?
It appears that the world’s rapid digitalization has given rise to an entirely new class of eLaw ethical issues for legal practitioners.
Law schools teach their students the profession of law but not necessarily the business of law.
Lawyer’s professional liability (LPL) insurance can be an essential piece of armor for every attorney and law firm.
Attorneys may have a reputation for preferring paper over electronic books, but the sheer number of excellent online resources for lawyers out there seems to indicate otherwise.
Starting your own law firm offers multiple benefits. You can define the firm’s practice areas, select which clients you want to work with, and – most importantly – be your own boss.
The COVID-19 pandemic impacted nearly every industry imaginable, from healthcare to hospitality. The legal field is no exception.
In the legal field, every detail counts. A misplaced document or improperly recorded date can result in case delays, costing you time, money, and stress.