organizes everything in your practice. Calendars, to-do lists, deadlines, and
documents are all controlled through a
single interface. People and companies
are easy to find, simple to reach on the
phone, with a letter, or by email.
Various products are available.
Attorney is my choice. If you haven't used
PM software, you have a treat in store. Here's
how it works.
want to think about settling the Smith v.
Allstate case. You have a good idea on
values, so it's time to do something about it.
Amicus is open all day, so you just click on the
Smith file. Each person involved in the
file is listed. Click on the client's
name, and you have his contact information
instantly. Click on the phone number to
call, or on the email link to send mail. You can
take notes on the phone calls which are
automatically posted to the correct file.
adjusters, opposing counsel, experts, lay
witnesses are all listed there, too, along with
key dates, notes, offers, and demands.
Amicus keeps track of your time as you make
phone calls and draft letters.
Get a free 30 day trial. Play with it
while. I was frankly amazed when I first
tried it out. After the 30 day trial
expired, I could not imagine going back
to the old way. Amicus is like
computer legal research -- it can change
your life for the better. Click
the Amicus graphic to see more.
you get hooked, decide which
version of Amicus works for you.
The basic version, Organizer, does not
link to timekeeping programs, but is very inexpensive. I opted for the fancy, networked version, but wish I just had Organizer.