Brian Murphy is a small firm lawyer. He practices in South Carolina, handling personal injury cases.
He's a good lawyer; he serves his clients well.
But Brian had a problem...
In early 2015, he was dealing with a disappointing website. His other marketing was limited to a few pamphlets. Fortunately, Brian had a friend named Kenny Berger. To understand Brian's journey, we need to know a little bit about his pal, Kenny...
Kenny happens to be a South Carolina "PI guy" as well. Kenny once worked at a larger firm until he approached the partners and asked if he could try out a new way of marketing.
It was a brand new approach to marketing. He was confident it could help the practice get more clients. Surely the partners were interested in that!
They weren't. The partners shot down Kenny's ideas and told him "do good work and the clients will come." It's a refrain many lawyers hear from other lawyers, professors, and bar associations.
Kenny knew there was tremendous opportunity being ignored...
He decided to strike out on his own, opening the doors to his practice on January 11, 2011. He only had two offices in a shared space. And Kenny was "just 29 years old." Most would say he was too young, but Kenny's dad started his dental practice at 25, making Kenny the old dog in the race.
Kenny had a Secret Weapon on his side when he hung his shingle. He was prepared to start marketing using strategies he learned after answering an ad in a statewide lawyer publication.
The information he found grew his practice from Zero to multiple Six-Figures in just a couple years. The strategies were delivered to him as part of his new membership with Great Legal Marketing (that's us!).
To this day, Kenny is busy building a practice that both helps members of his South Carolina community and supports the lifestyle he wants to live. He doesn't live in debt or worry about making payroll.
Lucky for Brian, Kenny recommended that he check out Great Legal Marketing for himself.
Brian was smart enough to listen!
He ordered a system called "Power Tools for Lawyers" from Great Legal Marketing and activated a free trial membership. If nothing else, he could "test drive" the ideas.
Brian immediately knew he had found something... something that could change the trajectory of his life and his practice forever...
In less than a year, Brian's biggest problem went from "getting more cases" to "expanding his practice!"
And he did it as solo practitioner!
Pretty incredible, right?
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