As an employment defense attorney, your day is probably spent meeting court deadlines, consulting with clients, and handling the daily demands of a busy practice. It’s difficult to keep the marketing pipeline full of future leads. Legal Expert Connections is an employment defense marketing agency that is ready to help you get on EPLI insurance panels or attract more employers as clients.
Employment Practices Liability (EPLI) Insurance Panels
Many employment defense law firms are frequently not able to defend employer clients in litigation when the claim is subject to an employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) policy that requires the use of panel counsel. If the employer’s law firm is not on the panel, the law firm can lose the right to represent their client.
Being a pre-approved panel member with the carrier that provides EPL coverage to your client is clearly an ideal situation. Getting on an employment practices liability panel can be quite difficult, however, and may or may not be an option.
Legal Expert Connections, Inc. works with employment defense law firms across the country when they are looking for help with the question, “How Can I Become EPLI Panel Counsel?”
Whether you want to get on the AIG panel counsel program, the Ace EPLI panel or other insurers, we can help.
The approval process for outside counsel insurance panel consideration is challenging. You will save time and money when we guide you through this complex business development cycle.
Employment Law Marketing Materials, Personalized to Your Law Firm
You get the benefit of pre-written, professionally designed employment law marketing materials that can be personalized to reflect your law firm’s logo, color scheme, and attorney photos. Choose the services that work best for you:
- Employment law firm brochures
- Fact sheets and guides for employees and/or employers
- PowerPoint presentations
- Monthly e-newsletters
- Blog post copywriting
- Law firm proposals
We assist employment law firm boutiques, employment law practice groups within larger law firms, and solo or small practitioners who concentrate in employment law.