CASEpeer is cloud-based law practice management software for personal injury lawyers, with high-volume intake management and settlement tracking.
Intake management. You can add potential clients to CASEpeer and start tracking them as leads. Plus, you’ll get reports for each lawyer’s lead-to-client conversion rates and marketing campaign so you can see where your return on investment is highest.
Case management customized for personal injury practices. Tabs for property damage, patient treatment status, medical bills, discovery, expert witnesses, and accident details help you keep track of key information.
Settlement tracking. CASEpeer provides space for tracking negotiations with third parties and lienholders, and a settlement management dashboard gives you a firm-wide view of pending offers and demands.
Document assembly. You can upload document templates, and at higher pricing tiers, CASEpeer will help you create them.
CASEpeer pricing is based on the size of your firm.
- $55/user/month for 1–3 users, which includes 100GB of storage.
- $70/user/month for 4–9 users, which includes 250GB of storage, plus help setting up 3 letter templates.
- $85/user/month for 10– users, which includes 1TB of storage, plus help setting up 10 letter templates, and a dedicated account manager.
(You can set up as many templates as you want on any plan.)
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Things You Might Want to Know
Security. Data is stored with Amazon Web Services, and it is HIPAA-compliant.
Migration. CASEpeer can import some data directly from Excel, and will help you transition from existing law practice management software by working with you and your current provider directly.
Apps and integrations. There are no mobile apps for CASEpeer yet, and it doesn’t have any integrations (with QuickBooks, for example, or Office 365).
Under construction. CASEpeer is relatively new software, which means it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of more mature product, but new features are being released fairly frequently.
Who CASEpeer is For
CASEpeer is clearly meant for personal injury firms who want to take advantage of the cloud for practice management software.