CASEpeer, a practice management platform designed for personal injury law firms, now integrates with the online payments platform LawPay, it said today.

The integration enables PI firms to accept credit card and ACH payments electronically, which can help a firm increase collections and streamline financial operations.

CASEpeer is owned by Affinipay, the parent company of LawPay. AffiniPay acquired CASEpeer as part of its acquisition of MyCase last June.

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“CASEpeer’s new integration with LawPay increases the flexibility of payment services for legal clients,” said Dru Armstrong, Affinipay’s chief executive officer. “Many CASEpeer law firm customers require payments functionality for their non-contingency fee cases.”

The integration works seamlessly within the CASEpeer platform, the company says, and enables firms to:

  • Use Quick Bill to send payment requests to clients easily without leaving the CASEpeer’s platform.
  • Monitor activity around when a client has received, viewed or paid a bill.
  • Enables clients to pay a bill in just a few clicks. (According to LawPay, 57% of paid Quick Bills are paid the same day a request is sent.)

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“This integration makes it faster and easier for CASEpeer law firms to collect payments, right from our practice management platform,” said Gabriela Cubeiro, founder of CASEpeer. “Many personal injury focused law firms also handle other types of cases, and LawPay will help them get paid quickly and securely.”

For more information about this integration, see this page.

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