By the Numbers
CloudLex is the preferred Cloud Platform for Personal Injury law firms
Upgraded from their existing software
PI law firms who were not satisfied with their current case management software chose CloudLex
Rejected other market alternatives
PI law firms who migrated to CloudLex from their existing case management software providers
First-time software users
PI law firms who adopted case management software for the first-time trusted CloudLex
By putting customers first, CloudLex has become the preferred case management platform for a diverse range of PI firms who have reviously operated using a wide range of different IT solutions. See how PI law firms are migrating to CloudLex and are growing their business on our secure, scalable, and easy-to-use cloud platform.
Pleadings and legal
CloudLex is the innovator of the LegalCloud®, a revolutionary cloud-based legal platform designed exclusively for plaintiff personal injury law firms. It is the first cloud platform for Personal Injury Law firms built on the Microsoft Azure Cloud. CloudLex enables attorneys to build, manage, and grow their legal practice through its comprehensive suite of visionary applications. With thousands of users ‘NATION-WIDE’, trial lawyers across the country are raving about CloudLex.
Unique and full-suite of applications and features to manage your I practice efficiently and effectively
New templates added every week to make your work easybreezy
See how CloudLex is helping law firms thrive
Pollack, Pollack, Issac and
“From either my computer or phone, I could manage my practice with a sense of confidence and relief with the help of CloudLex.”
Christopher D. Campione
Campione Law, P.A.
“The CloudLex family has gone above and beyond in these unprecedented times to provide high quality uninterrupted service.”
Lesch & Lesch, New York
“CloudLex allows everybody to work remotely and everybody can see what everybody else is doing.”
Monica R. McKinnon
Alpert Schreyer Poe, LLC
“CloudLex has allowed us to make a seamless transition from working in the office to working from home during the pandemic.”