They say success is the culmination of steady and consistent efforts; in any industry, in order to survive and become successful, you should be able to stand out among your competitors. Being a lawyer comes with a lot of responsibility; one has to fight for and protect their clients while at the same time being analytical.
West Coast Trial Lawyers (WCTL), one of LA’s top law firms, shares what has helped them become successful and earn a competitive advantage in the law industry. WCTL’s founders Neama Rahmani and Allen Patatanyan, have obtained $1 billion in settlements and judgments for the clients. Both Neama and Allen have been in this industry for a long time, giving them the necessary experience and knowledge.
WCTL makes use of the latest technologies, which keeps them efficient. Practicing law involves a lot of paperwork which translates to precise categorization at all times. In WCTL, they have systems that make it easier to group and locate paperwork.
Both Neama and Allen know their areas of specialization – each of them knows what they do best, making them a dream team. At WCTL, they are passionate about what they do and aim at client satisfaction. They are a team of creative thinkers and have a unique way of analyzing situations to develop solutions that best suit each case.
According to WCTL, one of the keys to becoming successful in this industry is to develop good research and communication skills. Be attentive to your client and have their best interest at heart. As a lawyer, confidence is paramount for your clients to believe in you.
Both Neama and Allen have worked on thousands of cases to date and even worked with big corporations. Building long-term relationships with your clients are essential. WCTL knows this well, as most clients are referrals by previous clients. The duo love what they do and are passionate about it, making it even more exciting for them.
Success takes time, and for you to become successful, you should be willing to put on the work and help your brand stand out.
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