Our Personal Injury module enables users to improve the overall productivity of their firm by helping you increase the number of claims a fee earner can handle efficiently and reducing the time taken to process a claim to its conclusion.
Our personal injury software also reduces the number of support staff required and enables them to become fee earning paralegals. In addition, customer satisfaction increases as clients are kept updated and queries are answered quickly and accurately.
DPS Outlook Office/OneOffice works in conjunction with the new electronic portal which supports the processes now agreed in conjunction with the Ministry of Justice to enable faster agreement on liability and payment of low cost RTA injury claims (between £1,000 – £25,000). The portal will enable electronic exchange of all relevant claim information and related documentation. Please read more about it here.
Our Personal Injury software requires information to be input on the matter only once, eliminating repetitive routine typing and manually searching for information.
Electronic Forms Completion
The DPS system allows documents and forms to be printed automatically on plain paper with all case details completed. This removes the need for pre-printed stationery.
When documents and forms are prepared in this way, the cost involved with printer management and high storage space requirements are removed.
Ministry of Justice Compliance & PI Portal
E-mail Integration, Post Room and Case History
All documents produced by the system are automatically costed, time recorded, tracked and document managed. The workflow process automatically creates and completes tasks, ensuring efficient task management.
Fee Earner Tasks
From one screen, the fee earner can:
Supervisor users can view tasks for other users and take actions on behalf of them or assign tasks to other users.
Claim Notification Form (CNF)
Workload & Work Done
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