Our firm’s mission is to help our clients to recover compensation for the injuries they have suffered, and we need for them to have the ability to readily contact and assist us as their attorneys.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) February 23, 2013
Larry Disparti, a personal injury lawyer serving clients throughout Florida and Illinois, explained today why his firm has switched from providing clients with the Apple iPad to loaning to them Google Nexus tablets during the course of their case.
Disparti said his firm, The Disparti Law Group, P.A., is calling the program the “Client Recovery Maximizer System©.”
“We found that the integration of Google’s Nexus tablet with Google features like Gmail, Google docs and chat, as well as the Google calendaring feature, make the Nexus tablet more useful for our purposes,” said Disparti, founder of the Disparti Law Group, P.A, which has offices in Chicago and the Tampa-St. Petersburg area of Florida.
“Our firm’s mission is to help our clients to recover compensation for the injuries they have suffered, and we need for them to have the ability to readily contact and assist us as their attorneys,” he added. “The Google Nexus tablet fits our mission perfectly. While the iPad certainly has many great uses, we simply find that the tablet suits our firm better.”
The Disparti Law Group recently began the program of loaning to each of the law firm’s clients a Google Nexus tablet. Disparti said the devices should enable clients to:
- Communicate with the firm’s attorneys through dedicated email accounts
- Take photos and record video of their injuries and recovery
- Keep up with doctors’ and lawyers’ appointments.
Much of the video content, including a diary of the client’s recovery and interviews with family members, can be used to compile video demand packages and strengthen the client’s position when negotiating for a settlement, Disparti said.
Disparti cited a Consumer Reports review that said the 16GB Nexus 10 equals the iPad in most areas of performance and has a slightly larger display.
A Los Angeles Times comparison of the Nexus 10, the iPad and Microsoft’s Surface said the Nexus 10 consistently loaded Web pages faster than its rivals and noted that it is lighter and thinner than the iPad. The Times rated the iPad higher for video and sound quality and said it has access to more games than the Nexus.
Disparti said his firm has found that the Nexus is a more cost-effective choice with a price point about $100 lower than the iPad and the Surface.
“The attributes of the Nexus are what we hope prospective clients are looking for in a law firm,” Disparti said. “The Disparti Law Group is dedicated to its work and to delivering services to clients as efficiently as possible.
“And, as our switch from the iPad to the Nexus tablet demonstrates, we examine the facts and go where the evidence leads. We’re not afraid to reexamine the common wisdom or our previous conclusions.”
About Disparti Law Group, P.A.
The personal injury and disability benefits lawyers of the Disparti Law Group, P.A., provide legal assistance in cases involving Social Security Disability (SSD), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), railroad disability (FELA and RRB claims) and veterans’ benefits (including TSGLI claims). Additionally, the firm represents clients in cases involving car accidents, slip-and-fall or premises liability, products liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death, nursing home neglect and inadequate security. The Disparti Law Group, P.A., features an Illinois office in Chicago (200 S. Wacker Dr., #3100, Chicago IL 60606; local phone 312-506-5511) and Florida offices in Tampa (2203 N. Lois #830, Tampa, FL 33607; local phone 813-932-2942) and Holiday (1041 U.S. 19, Holiday, FL 34691; local phone 727-934-7862). For more information, please use the firm’s online contact form.