No Other Writer Has the Credentials That Our Legal Content Writer Has
If you need content for your law firm website such as blog posts, practice area pages, or other articles, ask our legal content writer for help.
There is no one like us when it comes to experience.
Our legal content writer:
A licensed attorney in New York and New Jersey
Former Plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer with real litigation experience and settling cases in the six-figure range
Currently clerking for a NYS judge, where he assists researching, drafting, and editing legal decisions, as well as holding mediations and settlement conferences resolving cases in the seven and eight-figure range
Well-versed in SEO best practices and content creation strategies
Over 11 years of experience drafting law firm content for websites throughout the United States and in three different countries
Executor Editor for Lead Articles on his law school’s flagship Law Review, which resulted in four book publications a year
Published non-fiction author with several peer reviewed articles
One publication on trial publicity was cited in a Matthew Bender series national treatise
Published fiction short-story
Has a registered nurse (RN) on staff to review all medical and anatomical blog posts
Over a decade of SEO experience, and
Other important details which make our legal content writer the best for your personal injury law firm.
Why Our Experience Matters for You
Our extensive experience will directly translate into getting you more clients. We know from real experience representing actual clients in car accident, slip and falls, or medical malpractice. Our legal content writer is a former personal injury lawyer with actual courtroom experience as a plaintiff’s law. He is now clerking for a New York State judge. In this role, he assists the court researching a wide-range of cases including personal injury and complex cases, some cases extending into the eight-figure range.
Before working for as a nonjudicial employee in the courts and as a personal injury lawyer, our legal content writer briefly worked for a defense firm handling nursing home cases. This means that your content will have a balanced approach from a plaintiff, defense, and defense perspective. Coupled with the fact that our business also has a registered nurse review all medical malpractice and heavy anatomy cases (i.e. sepsis, amputations, SCI, TBIs, etc.), you can rest assured that your law firm’s content will be both engaging, informative, and accurate.
All of this matters for your website because we can produce just better content for your website based on what clients are actually searching for and what they actually need.
Proven Results for Personal INjury Lawyers
Our legal marketing business has proven results and success for our personal injury lawyers. One of our New York medical malpractice clients had a $3.6 million case come in directly from one of our medical malpractice legal content writer’s blog posts about misdiagnosing a heart attack. Check out our testimonials for more information!
Written by Someone With Clerking Experience
Our legal content writer is clerking for a NYS judge. Our law firm blog writer was also appointed as member to the Committee on Character and Fitness and served two years. Both of these appointments demonstrate strong legal skills, ability, and ethics.
Real litigation experience
Our personal injury legal content writer has actual litigation and appellate experience handling personal injury cases on the plaintiff and defense side, settling matters close to seven-figures. Our law firm blog writer was also rated a Super Lawyer Rising Star for top 2.5% of lawyers under 40/less than 10 years experience.
Ask Our Legal Content Writer How We Can Help Your Personal Injury Law Firm
Our legal content writer has drafted thousands of personal injury blog posts for law firms throughout the country. This is a decade of experience drafting law firm blog posts on auto accidents, trucking accidents, slip and falls, trip and falls, medical malpractice, wrongful death, construction accidents, and may other types of negligence-based blog posts. We also have a strong aptitude for medicine and anatomy, and frequently draft blog posts on heavier medical topics like hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), Kernicterus, and spinal fusions.
We have over a decade of experience drafting law firm website content for law firms in over 30 states and several foreign countries, all largely personal injury. This includes blogs and pages, but also newsletters, email campaigns, newspaper articles, and other mediums. We regularly check Google Webmaster Tools and use keyword analysis, adwords, and check content for group SEO principles through an online SEO checker or Yoast SEO. This is included with all blog posts to ensure all content is powerful for both law marketing and SEO purposes.
Blog Posts for Law Firms
We have drafted over 4,000 blog posts for law firms over the last 11 years on many different disciplines of law, for plaintiffs and defendants, and even for litigation support services (expert witnesses). We also have content SEO knowledge to backup our strong legal analysis and anatomical prowess for the personal injury blog posts that we write. Each post we check for “green” content SEO scores and keyword planner/analysis to ensure we maximize the SEO we can use in each post.
Practice Area Pages
We have drafted hundreds of practice area pages for law firms throughout the United States, largely on personal injury. This includes practice area pages that are heavy on anatomy or physiology such as brain injuries, spinal cord damages, birth injuries, and other medical-related posts. We also have a registered nursed (RN) on staff to review and check these posts for accuracy. Coupled with the fact that our main writer is a former personal injury lawyer and presently appointed to a court handling personal injury cases, we have you covered on all sides.
The best thing is that I know I have gotten new clients from NAB’s blog posts and new website content, and the positive feedback about my website keeps growing. I could not have done this without NAB Legal Marketing, LLC.
John H. Fisher, Esq.
Legal Content Writer and Law Firm Blog Writer for All Types of Law Firms
Our legal content writer and law firm blog writer can draft law firm content for any type of law firm, although our primary focus and strength are personal injury law firms. We have a decade of experience drafting legal content for personal injury lawyers, as well as actual court experience handling personal injury cases for real clients in real matters. Law firms throughout the country should hire us for any of the following:
Personal injury legal content writer.
Auto accident legal content writer.
Trucking accident legal content writer.
Medical malpractice legal content writer.
Slip and fall legal content writer.
Trip and fall legal content writer.
Wrongful death legal content writer.
Powerful legal content focused on getting large-value cases after catastrophic accidents causing severe personal injuries.
Our legal content writer with actual law firm experience will deliver exceptional content for your law firm blog.
Save More Money
Our affordable and industry-aggressive pricing helps keep your costs down for our legal content writer.
Delivered Right to Your Website
Our legal content writer can draft law firm blogs and post them right to your personal injury website.
Settlement for a Client From a Blog We Wrote
Different States We Have Drafted Content In
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Legal Content Writer
Our legal blog posts are researched, drafted, or edited by a judge’s law clerk–how many legal marketing businesses can say that? Our legal content writer was also a former personal injury lawyer who has practical experience handling real personal injury accident cases including auto accidents, trucking accidents, medical malpractice, slip and falls, construction accidents, dog bites, and other types of personal injury cases. There is even public record, appellate-level proof of our writer’s actual personal injury and legal experience in the form of an appellate0level decision in Frank v Smith.
Now appointed a law clerk to a New York State judge, our writer Nicholas A. Battaglia, Esq., handles all facets of litigation including personal injury, divorce, foreclosure, breach of contract, article 78, municipal liability, name changes, writ of habeas corpus, and other litigation matters. With this practical experience you are guaranteed to get superior work product than other content companies. In fact, having this experience assisting in writing decisions and bench memoranda, as well as conducting legal research on many varied topics, only makes our legal content writer a strong writer for your website’s content. And again, you are getting someone with experience who has now settled matters in the seven-figure and even eight-figure range while working for the courts. There are no other legal writing companies with that level of experience writing your blogs.
Moreover, NAB Legal Marketing, LLC also has a registered nurse on staff to review heavy anatomy and medical malpractice posts. The price you get for writing legal content and a law firm blog is included in having a registered nurse review your content. Therefore, no only are you getting a superior law-based article or blog post, you are are also guaranteeing there to be medical accuracy through the use of a registered nurse. No other legal content writing company can offer you a court attorney for the supreme court, with litigation experience settling matters in the eight-figure range, and with a registered nurse editing and checking accuracy.
Hire a Legal Content Writer Like Us
Personal injury law firms are the types of law firms that generally need the most focus and help from a legal content writer or law firm blog writer. This is because a legal content writer can really help your law firm grow its online presence and get onto the first page of Google and other search engines. It is important to hire a competent legal content writer because of the wide-variety of practice area pages for law firm blogs.
For instance, some of the most common and important blog posts that personal injury law firms need include the following:
Auto accidents: rear end collisions, speeding crashes, drunk driving, texting while driving, distracted driving, road rage, head on collisions, running a red light or stop sign, left turn accidents, improper right turns, and other motor vehicle accidents.
Trucking accidents: FMCSA violations, hours of service violations, rear end truck accidents, speeding truck accidents, tire blowouts, mechanical defects, unlicensed truck drivers, CDL violations, unsecured cargo, and other 18 wheeler accidents.
Medical malpractice: birth injuries, anesthesia errors, failure to diagnose heart attacks, failure to diagnose cancer, surgical errors, medication errors, nerve block injuries, and other nerve injuries.
Premises liability claims: slip and falls, trip and falls, “traps,” dog bites, animal attacks, slippery aisles, stairwell falls, snow and ice, negligent repairs, negligent security, cruise ship accidents, hotel assaults or accidents, and other land cases.
Nursing home abuse and neglect: lack of supervision, bed sores, pressure ulcers, medication errors, negligent wound care, negligent hiring, dehydration, and other claims.
Construction accidents: falls, debris falling, mechanical errors, truck accidents, explosions, burns, chemical exposure, asbestos exposure, and other injuries;
Boating accidents: fishing boats, cruise ships, jet skis, kayaks, canoes, motor boats, speed boats, ferries, charter boats, whale-watching boats, and other nautical craft or watercraft accidents;
Intentional assaults: sexual assaults, assault, battery, kidnapping, rape, robbery, mugging, stabbing, shooting, and other intentional injury events;
Sporting accidents: accidents that fall outside the assumption of risk doctrine, including skiing accidents, water sports, football, baseball, hockey, tennis, hiking/rock climbing, polo, soccer, basketball, high school sports, college sports, professional sports, golf, wrestling, karate, and other sports that can result in serious personal injuries if the negligence of another unnecessarily or recklessly increases the inherent risks of injuries;
Poisoning or exposure: Lead paint, asbestos, industrial cleaning, and other poisonings or exposures that can be dangerous;
Workplace accidents: workers compensation claims, third party-claims, scope of employment issues, and other workplace injuries;
Motorcycle crashes: due to not seeing a biker, speeding, improper lane changes, last second lane changes, aggressive driving, following too closely, and other negligence;
Pedestrian knockdowns: serious types of personal injury accidents when a pedestrian is hit by a car or vehicle in a crosswalk or outside a crosswalk, TBIs, spinal cord injuries, and other damages from this type of crash;
Bicycle accidents: clipping a bicyclist, “dooring” accidents, improper turns, not yielding, speeding, rear ending, following too closely, running a stop sign, not checking mirrors, aggressive driving, and other accidents; and
Any other personal injury events or crashes that need to be written about.
Victims with personal injuries need to know that their prospective law firm does is trustworthy. This is why hiring a legal content writer to draft content for your law firm’s personal injury website is very important. Knowing how to draft law firm blogs and frame the content for search engines is incredibly important to retain new clients.
Why It is Imperative For Law Firms to Hire a Legal Content Writer
Lawyers are just busy people. This is particularly true for personal injury lawyers who are practicing in solo or small firms and cannot afford to hire a marking company, human resources, or other business managers. Nor can solo or small firm lawyers spend a lot of time–or sometime any time–on marketing. This is because it pulls away from cases that make money, and in small firms that is a most.
Enter the legal content writer. This is a person who can draft legal content for your personal injury law firm and legal website or law blog. This is not a full-time staff member, although it is important for a writer to be a regular part of your team in terms of marketing. A legal content writer should have certain strengths, including the following:
Search engine optimization (SEO) knowledge;
Strong writing skills;
Strong computer skills and is internet savvy;
Understanding of how Google and search engines work;
The ability to translate legalese into an 8th grade report;
Link building and using references correctly;
Ability to keep with a schedule; and
Many other important skills.
Here at NAB Legal Marketing, LLC, our legal content writer is a licensed lawyer in multiple states and federal courts, including New York. He has worked on the defense side, plaintiff’s personal injury (both litigation and appellate), and is now appointed as a law clerk to a judge. This experience on plaintiff, defense, and with chambers is unique. We have not found ANY other legal content writing companies or marketing companies that have an individual with these credentials on their staff.
Our legal content writer and personal injury legal content writer has been doing this for over a decade. Even before becoming a lawyer, our writer was working out of a dorm with one of the top medical malpractice lawyers in New York. This quickly grew into a strong business when the lawyer received from great leads from our blogs, including one $3.6 million medical malpractice case that was landed DIRECTLY from a blog post. This was part of the impetus for our law firm content writing and legal marketing business to start.
Now after a decade after the first blog post, we are still in business. And with these credentials as a New York lawyer and now a law clerk, our law firm blogger simply would not be doing this if it was not successful and lucrative. And it is lucrative because our legal content is working for law firms and lawyers throughout the United States, especially for personal injury lawyers and law firms.
What Can Our Legal Content Writer and Law Firm Blog Writer Do For You?
Our legal content writer can draft any length of law firm blog content that you would like. Most of the law firm blog content used to be between 300 words and 500 words. But Google’s newest algorithm is changing that now. Content is generally looked more favorably be Google in the 700 to 1,000 word range, with stronger content being in the 1,000 to 1,250 range and great content being 1,500 plus. There is also “skyscraper” content that should be at least 2,000 words and more often is 2,500-3,500 words. Generally the more content and authoritative, educational, and informational content you have, the more favorably that Google will look at you and organically increase your website ranking.
After choosing the length, the overarching goals of these blog posts are to educate your readers, attract prospective clients to your website, and expand your web presence to get an edge on your competitors. Moreover, we can highlight events occurring at your firm, discuss recent victories, and spotlight your firm’s experienced attorneys. We are a legal content writer and law firm marketing company for your business’ online needs.
Additionally, we provide an article writing service which varies the price according to what our client is looking for (i.e. citations or no citations, length of article, etc). Our legal content writer can draft this content for you and your law firm’s article needs. Generally, clients ask us to write articles for them on their own website, Lawyers.com, or EZineArticles.com in their name to help promote their services. For a quote on legal articles, please contact us directly!
Recognizing How Important it if to Have a Strong Legal Website
It does not matter if you have endless money to throw into television commercials, radio ads, bus murals, and other types of advertising. The end result will all be the same: most people today will see your advertisement and go onto the internet to search your law firm. If you have a poor law firm website and weak content, even the best law firm TV commercial will still result in a lackluster conversation rate of new clients. That is a simply and true fact. People will not hire you if your law firm–the thing they can actually see for a long time–is in shambles.
How a Legal Blog can Help Your Legal Website
There are many reasons why to have a legal blog. The most obvious is that a legal blog allows you to easily add more content on a regular basis to your law firm’s website. This easy medium helps you keep your website updated. This is something that Google checks when it evaluates websites and their overall health.
A legal blog is almost important because it is an entirely different type of page on your website. You should have practice area pages, or the same pages that stay up all the time. Even though you should update these from time to time, or completely re-write them. These are known as “static” pages, or pages that do not change. They are very important parts of your legal website. This is because static pages make up the skeleton and even most of the essential muscle of your website.
A law firm blog, on the other hand, is not a static page. Every time you post content to your legal website, you are changing the appearance of that page. Yes, each blog post is staying the same. (Think of each blog post as a page anyway.) But your blogs will be posted to a blog page on your website. The blog page itself is static, but it is constantly updating and changing with the blogs you are posting. This means Google and other search engines will see your website as constantly updating itself and changing. That is great, because Google sees this as an updated, relevant, and healthy website that is producing content.
Having a legal content writer to help your legal website by developing legal blog posts is therefore essential to your law firm website or lawyer website. And it is not as expensive as you may think. In fact, a year’s worth of legal content and law firm blogs from a legal content writer is typically less than an average or moderately-aggressive Google ad campaign. The only difference is that most Google ad campaigns still need a strong legal content writer to draft the content, otherwise what is the point in paying lots of money to market with bad material?
Our Legal Content Rates
Our rates for legal content and law firm blog posts depending on your firm’s needs, size of the post needed, topic area, and frequency of posts. Generally, our posts are ten cents (.10) a word. Most unique legal content is between $30 and $60, but our legal content can be as low as $20 and go up to $100 or more depending on length. In addition, we charge between $10 and $50 for article or blog rewrites (taking an already existing blog on your website and re-writing it with different word choices and formats to ensure that it does not violate Google’s algorithms, but also that it gets the same information down in perhaps a slightly different way that could get hits from alternate web searches that people may do). Prices will vary based on what your firm is looking for from our legal content writer and law firm blog writer.
After consultation into what your firm’s needs and practice areas, our legal content writer can offer a FREE legal article or blog post as a sample prior to retaining our services. Ask today!
Are you launching a new blog? Do you want to have your legal content writer populate your law firm’s website when you launch it? You should have a blog already with posts on it when you set it up so it does not look bland or empty. Always have posts already there and set up.
Retention and Payment
Unlike other businesses, we do not turn away clients unless there is a conflict of interest; we are able to provide law firm website content for any size firm on any area of law! We do not, however, work with law firms that practice or could potentially practice in upstate New York, particularly those with cases that could be appealed to the Appellate Division, Third Department. In addition, we provide services to law firm support businesses such as document storage, computer forensics, medical experts, and other law firm marketing businesses. This means we can draft blog posts about forensic use for accident reconstruction, for slip and fall engineers, or other e-discovery businesses that provide litigation support to lawyers.
For billing, we have a monthly billing option (invoices) or a retainer.
For our monthly billing option, we will keep track of the number of posts completed for your firm and send you an invoice of all the articles you have received on the 1st of the month. Payment is due by 30 days later.
We may agree to or ask for a retainer to deduct services provided to you at an agreed upon rate from a lump sum paid in advance. We have been doing this increasingly more to have a retainer first to bill against because we have become a busier business and cannot spend time chasing money down.
If You Need a Legal Content Writer, Ask Us To Be On Your Team
Having a legal content writer is simply imperative and important for your law firm. You could pay for Google ads which is very costly, especially in certain cities and other legal topics like auto accidents and trucking accidents. You may easily spend more on marketing through Google Ads than you could recover in most auto accident cases. Yes, Google Ads could cost you thousands of dollars each month in very competitive markets for very competitive topics.
Organic Ads Are What Law Firms Need
Or you could have organic ads. These types of ads are not paid. They are earned based on the merit of your website’s content, particularly the practice area pages and legal blogs. In fact, organic ads are the best way to market your law firm successfully. Legal content that has proper search engine optimization (SEO) will be organic and producing results much longer than a paid Google ad. It will also be much cheaper. The thousands a month spent on paid Google ads could be spend over the course of an entire year and produce results for a much longer period of time.
Even Using Paid Ads, Law Firms Need to Use Good Legal Content
Not to mention, even if you are running paid Google ads, it is still important to realize that those ads needs to be of solid legal content. If you pay for Google ads and the advertisements are very poor, you are just wasting your money. It is important to have strong personal injury legal content and law firm blogs when you are using either organic posts or paid posts. Ask our legal content writer how we can help ensure that you web presence and law firm marketing is what you need to acquire new clients.
Have Questions? We Have Answers
Learn more how we can help your law firm grow during a FREE consultation. We are an honest business trying to help lawyers market, especially new law firms, smaller law firms, and solo law firms. We understand that a budget can be tight, especially for a new law firm, and we want to make sure we can help new lawyers and new law firms compete against the juggernaut law firms already in existence and sucking up all the clients, referrals, and hits. Learn how we can help you today.
Contact our personal injury legal content writer to get detailed, accurate, and persuasive law firm blogs on your law firm website today!