NEWARK, N.J., Feb. 8, 2005 – LAWFUEL – The Law News Network – eLaw, LLC announced this morning that New Jersey Manufacturers has agreed to
participate in its eServe electronic service and filing initiative for New Jersey no-fault cases. Starting this week any New Jersey no fault case can be filed against New Jersey Manufacturers, Allstate, State National and the Preserver Group through eLaw’s eServe program.
“By adding New Jersey Manufacturers to the list of insurance companies who have agreed to accept electronic filings through eLaw, we have greatly expanded our market presence. Why would any firm or insurance company choose to stay in the paper world when eServe offers instant proof of service, the ability to move files from adjuster to adjuster or to a firm with a single mouse click and at a tremendous cost savings! We offer all of this in a totally secure environment at an inexpensive price,” commented Dominick Esposito, Executive Director of Business Development, eLaw, LLC.
“Think of the time, effort, and money your organization
spends each year in making copies, collating, indexing, stuffing, forwarding and then tracking to ensure receipt with phone calls, faxes and often resending,” commented Ed Denne, Chief Operating Officer, eLaw, LLC. “eServe provides the best alternative. Even if eServe costs more than traditional means, the ease of use, control and robust management controls would make a most compelling argument to move to eServe – the great news here is that all these benefits are yours at a much lower price than any other alternative. We’ll even come to your offices and train your staff to ensure the highest return.”
eLaw(R) offers instantaneous access to court data for
Supreme Court civil cases in all 62 counties of New York;
the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York Federal; and
New York, Kings, Queens, Richmond and the Bronx City Civil Courts. eLaw(R) is the document repository for several bankruptcies including Enron and WorldCom. eLaw also provides an entirely electronic experience for filing demands, responses, exhibits, service – indeed all correspondence and forms associated with the arbitration and New Jersey PIP cases.