April 1st, 2012|
Danny Daniel and Jonathan Stark teamed up in 2000 to form Daniel Stark Injury Lawyers. Since then, they’ve grown to three fully staffed offices in Central Texas. Recently we spoke with Danny about the importance of strategic planning for the firm—not just marketing, but all aspects of the firm, from operations to culture.
Q: Why do you do strategic planning every year?
December 1st, 2011|
Last year, Rainwater, Holt & Sexton negotiated an endorsement deal with the Razorback Sports Network. As a result, the firm is now known as the “Injury Lawyers Serving the Razorback Nation.” We recently sat down with Mike Rainwater to discuss how that endorsement and their association with the University of Arkansas Razorbacks have benefited their firm.
Q: How did your affiliation with the Arkansas Razorback logo come about?
April 1st, 2011|
5 offices?! Why?!
Unique in the cj family of clients, Carter Mario has 5 offices in the same DMA: Milford, Hartford, Waterbury, Bridgeport, & New Britain.
Q: What’s the advantage of adding a 2nd (or a 5th or future 6th) office in the same DMA?
September 1st, 2009|
When you’ve built a firm from the ground up, it’s hard to know when to step away from the day-to-day activities of the organization. Bob Crumley tells One Shot how he realized it was time for Crumley & Associates to become Crumley Roberts.
Q: Following the election, what were the top three decisions you had to make regarding the direction of the firm?
April 1st, 2009|
Social Security Disability partnerships have helped Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin experience incredible growth – increased calls, market expansion, and new staff members. Tom Newlin talks about how the firm manages it all.
Q: How has the firm grown since beginning Social Security Disability partnerships with cj clients two years ago? (more…)