David Serna attorney at law here in Chicago is someone who doesn’t like hearing the word no and he has forged an incredibly successful career because of that attitude. David has been someone who has continued to do well in spite of the global pandemic that we are all going through and that is because he has been creative in his way of working and has refused to let the lockdown force him and his business into hiding.
This lockdown has impacted so many businesses and processes around the world but there are people like David who are understanding that there is always something that can be done in order to keep the wheels rolling and here are just a few steps which he has taken to handle his cases during the lockdown situation.
Staying in regular contact was obviously of paramount importance to any legal firm and so using video conferencing was something which David started doing as soon as the lockdown happened. He made himself available at all hours for both his new and his existing clients and this decision to work for longer was something which really helped.
Although he knew it was a risk, his law firm also investing in some additional marketing to look for new cases. Sadly this is a time when the divorce rates have gone through the roof and once he recognized this David was able to go on the front foot in order to secure more business for himself and to assist those people who needed it most.
Banging on the Door
The courts were obviously stunned by what happened around the lockdown and that meant that after a brief pause they had to work out what exactly they were going to do. Naturally there was no way that court trials could be pushed back as there is a backlog of hearings at the best of times. David however relied on his contacts and his persistence and was banging the door down to find out how and when things would be back up and running. A backlog at the courts means a backlog for law firms and that was something which this attorney was most definitely not going to accept.
Working smarter and not harder is the key to this and that is what David did since day one, focusing on the paperwork for trials and clients, focusing on organizing things and not getting frustrated at the jobs which he couldn’t do. This is why some businesses will look good after lockdown and some will not, because of the attitude of people to focus on what they can do rather than looking into what they cannot do.
The result of this activity which he has taken means that David and his team should come out of this situation with clients retained, new clients on board, and a growing reputation for the law firm.
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