Posted by Ars Technic on Monday, August 26, 2020 05:10:31Lawyers can now pay for their legal work by using an app that makes it easier to track your clients’ criminal cases.
The Appelbaum team of lawyers, business consultants, and digital strategists have developed an app called the Unfrozen Caveman, and they have launched an Indiegogo campaign to fund development.
Unfrosted Caveman’s first release, the app was just launched last week and will be free to download and install on all Android phones and tablets on the Google Play store.
The Unfrigerated Caveman app lets lawyers, investigators, and law firms track their clients’ cases and other legal issues by tracking the time they spend at the office and their interactions with their clients, and it’s a great way to track cases across time periods.
A quick search of the Unfurled Caveman App will reveal that it’s designed for lawyers to quickly identify their clients and track their progress.
A screenshot of the app’s main interface.
The app also provides information on when the client was arrested, charged, or convicted, so you can track when the criminal charges are resolved and when they are scheduled to go to trial.
The app includes the following: An “Unfrozen” calendar that shows you the time a particular case is pending in court, the date a certain case is set for trial, and how many cases a particular attorney is working on.
An overview of the law firm’s current case and the lawyers involved in it.
A “Lawyer” section that displays information about your client and the cases he or she is working with, including their criminal history, their past cases, and any past court cases the firm has taken on.
A detailed map of the area the attorney is assigned to, which includes the name of the case, the district, the courthouse, and the city where the attorney was previously employed.
A brief summary of the lawyer’s current cases.
A barcode and contact information for each attorney who has submitted an application for an appointment.
A notification email that alerts lawyers to the case the Uncle has filed against them.
A link to the “Unfurled” subreddit, where lawyers can discuss the case with their friends and fellow attorneys.
A short video tutorial on how to use the app, which is available for iOS and Android phones.
Unfurling Caveman is free for the first 30 days of its release, and once that period is up, lawyers will be able to pay $3.99 per month for the app.
The Unfurlied Caveman team said that the app has already generated over 1,000 downloads, and that more than 10,000 lawyers have used the app to track their cases.
They also pointed out that the Unfreezing Caveman Team plans to release a companion app for iOS, Android, and web browsers that will enable them to track more than 2 million cases in the United States.
Unfreezer Caveman also provides the ability to track other lawyers who are also working on the same case.
“Unfreezing is an extension of the ‘Lawyer’s App’ service, which allows users to track criminal case progress by sending emails to a specific lawyer and to track individual cases with email addresses,” the UnFreezing Cavemen Team said in a statement.
“This service was launched in 2017 and has been used by thousands of lawyers and other users across the United Kingdom, Germany, and Sweden.
We’re now planning to expand this service to a global audience.”
Unfreezer caveman app page