Standing Out From The Crowd

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Transparency Alert! … Local Counsel Collective is a business. We operate to generate a profit. We have employees, contractors, expenses, families to feed, etc. So, how do we make our money? For every hearing (other than a few exceptions) we charge a small service fee that is separate from the attorney fee. (Gotta make sure we provide our services within …

Focus on the Average Price – Win the Game

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  The above info-graphic is something we’ve been showing a lot of our clients lately. It’s pretty cool. It was created from our metrics back in April of this year. What it shows is the average price of a single hearing from April 2011 to April 2013 in the states of Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. (That’s where we started.) Everything …

Volume and Efficiency

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When we started operations in May 2011, the founders of LCC had a vision of offering a hearing coverage solution that was different. Easier to use, cost-effective, with outstanding customer service and a philosophy of constant “technology evolution.” Based upon our market research, collection firms across the country, that don’t use LCC, pay on average of $75-150 per hearing. These …

February Releases

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Each week, we take input from our customers and continue to evolve our service by releasing new software updates.  Some of these things are minor.  Some are major.  Here is a wrap up of some of this month’s highlights. Client Users Dataview: Hearing History – This view will allow you to view a record of hearings organized by date, our locator, …

New Dataview: Watch Your Costs Plummet!

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  Last month, we released “Cross-Client Bundling” where we will bundle hearings that are posted by different law firms for the same court on the same date and time as long as the same attorney appears for all of them. Sometimes we refer to this as “SuperBundling.” So far, this new feature is working very well. Our attorneys appreciate the …