Our Medical Malpractice Legal Content Writer is a Proven Marketer and Lawyer

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Medical malpractice cases are the types of cases that can hit big.  Trust us, we know.  One of our medical malpractice law firm blogs got a New York lawyer a $3.6 million case right from our blog post we did for his firm.  Not only do we have a decade of experience writing medical malpractice blog posts, but It helps that our marketing firm’s founder and managing member, Nicholas A. Battaglia, Esq., is a former medical malpractice lawyer with real litigation and appellate experience which is verifiable in REAL court decisions.  As personal injury lawyers, we all know that medical malpractice cases are tough but have the potential to hit big.  Why make the hardest part of a medical malpractice case getting the client?  Hire our medical malpractice legal content writer to draft medmal blog posts for your law firm blog.

Why Our Medical Malpractice Legal Content Writer is Different:

1) Litigated Medical Malpractice Cases in New York and Now Helps Review and Decide Them For a Court

2) Over 11 Years Experience Drafting Medical Malpractice Blog Posts, and

3) Uses a Registered Nurse to Review All Medmal Blogs

Not only does our legal content writer actually have experience handling medical malpractice cases in New York, but our legal content writer has over 11 years of experience writing content for medical malpractice law firms throughout the United States. Medical malpractice is the most commonly written topic that we write on for law firms. It is also the only topic that we have written on every single month that we have been writing content. Yes, the entire 11 years we have been in business and writing law firm blogs, we have always have a medical malpractice law firm as a client. Part of this is because or our real experience handling these types of cases which help us write informative blogs that a relevant and helpful for practitioners and clients alike.

In addition to this real life experience as a litigator and our practical experience drafting medical malpractice law firm blog posts for over a decade, we also have a registered nurse reviewing all medical malpractice blog posts that we write for medical accuracy. Yes, that is right! All medical malpractice blog posts are reviewed, edited, and approved by a registered nurse to confirm the accuracy of it before we send it to you or post it. That is HUGE and no one else writing law firm content has both 1) a lawyer with real litigation experience handling medical malpractice cases, and 2) a registered nurse, reviewing all medical malpractice law firm blog posts. This is why NAB Legal Marketing, LLC is a different kind of medical malpractice law firm blog post writer.

Goals of Medical Malpractice Blog Posts

All medical malpractice blog posts written by a law firm needs to do two main things. First, it must be informative for clients. It needs to identify an issue, decipher the medicine, and translate the legalese so a prospective client can understand it. This means casting a wide net to attract prospective clients who have similar issues, and developing that issue into a problem that the law can solve.

For example, if a baby has a brain injury a medical malpractice blog posts should identify common causes and explain how that could be due to medical malpractice. Or if a baby was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, explain the common causes of cerebral palsy including preventable medical errors. Maybe the task is a little more complicated and a family has a baby with forceps injuries. A blog post should elaborate on forceps injuries, that they are often a sign of a traumatic or difficult birth, and help families identify other possible injuries that are commonly caused in forceps injury births (i.e., hypoxic injuries or nerve injuries).

Second, medical malpractice blog posts must be written for search engines. Known as SEO or search engine optimization, blog posts must also be able to translate the information on the page to something that an indexing bot for Google, Yahoo!, Bing, or another search engine can identify. Having both medical and legal disciplines can make that tricky for a bot. But utilizing good SEO techniques can help a bot accurately categorize a blog as a law firm services page. This means a bot will present that for people searching for law firm assistance.

Other Important Goals

Some of the other important goals of medical negligence, error, wrongful death, and other medical malpractice content for a law firm or lawyer’s website include the following:

  • Accurate content
  • Helpful for prospective clients
  • Written for 8th grade reading level
  • Helpful to referring attorneys to find your website and identify your ability in this field
  • Medically accurate and helpful (i.e., terms are what a prospective client would see in a medical record or hear from a doctor, not what a client would hear from a lawyer)
  • Broad topics to bring back to narrow issues
  • Explains rights and remedies
  • Lays out options a family has, including damages
  • Answers common questions, such as why it could happen, how to fix it, how long to have to file a lawsuit, and when should a victim or family call a lawyer
  • Drive visitors deeper into your website for other services or pages
  • Score well on Google searches (first page is king, top of first page is god-like)
  • Explain what prospective clients need to do right now, and
  • Help victims and families identify your law firm as a law firm that can help them solve their problems.

Topics for Medical Malpractice Law Firm Blog Posts That Our Medical Malpractice Legal Content Writer Can Draft For Your Personal Injury Law Firm

There are many different types of medical malpractice blog posts.  In fact, there are some many topics that a full risk may not be possible given the evolving field of medicine.  For instance, we did a Da Vinci medical malpractice post for a client which ended up receiving hits from around the world.  Not just from potential clients, but also doctors, scholars, and other individuals interested in the technology and the legal implications from it.  Even though these type of traffic does not get a client, it increases traffic to your website which increases your law firm website’s authority in the eyes of Google.

Here is a partial list of the most common types of medical malpractice blog posts that personal injury lawyers should have:

  • Birth injury cases (huge hits to have because damages are so high and jurors are very sympathetic);
  • Anesthesia errors (usually huge damages);
  • Paralysis caused by surgery (huge damages and usually outrageous issues like drilling through the spinal cord);
  • Surgical errors (most common and thought of types of medical malpractice);
  • Failure to diagnose a heart attack (huge damages, and you don’t need a medical degree to know a heart attack needs to be addressed immediately);
  • Failure to diagnose cancer (huge damages and again, don’t need a medical degree to know this is wrong);
  • Dental malpractice;
  • Failure to diagnose a stroke (same);
  • Failure to diagnose an infection or sepsis (same as above, only worse pain and suffering);
  • Nerve injuries;
  • Failure to diagnose A-fib;
  • Failure to diagnose an aortic dissection (tricky cases with horrific outcomes if not treated properly);
  • Bed sores, pressure sores, pressure ulcers, or other types of skin injuries;
  • Medication errors;
  • Failure to diagnose Kernicterus in a baby;
  • Brachial plexus nerve injuries;
  • Improper use of forceps or vacuum extraction for delivery of a baby;
  • Nursing errors;
  • Emergency room malpractice or emergency department malpractice;
  • Inadequate supervision and monitoring;
  • Failure to sterilize equipment properly;
  • Wrong site surgery;
  • Wrong patient surgery;
  • Slip and falls in hospitals;
  • Foreign objects left in patients;
  • Failure to identify a patient as a fall risk and failure to guard that patient from falls;
  • Medication errors and medication mixups, including failing to identify and prevent drug interactions;
  • Surgical burn injuries;
  • Amputations caused by medical malpractice;
  • Physical abuse, sexual abuse, psychological abuse, or other abuse or neglect of patients;
  • Failure to change wound bandages;
  • IV errors;
  • Nerve block injection injuries;
  • Unnecessary surgeries or medical treatment;
  • Nursing home malpractice and abuse;
  • Drunk or drugged physician;
  • Colonoscopy errors;
  • Injuries to patients during surgeries from anesthesia tubes;
  • Improper placement during surgery, such as cutting off circulation to part of the body;
  • Negligent hiring of hospital staff or nurses, or even the physicians;
  • Failure to monitor for fetal distress with OB/GYN;
  • Delays in c-sections;
  • Failure to diagnose any condition that should have been;
  • Delays in treatment;
  • Delays in performing a timely c-section;
  • Neglect of a patient;
  • Improperly triaging a patient;
  • Hospital malpractice;
  • Dropping a patient during a transfer;
  • Significant scarring from surgical errors;
  • Failure to diagnose bacterial meningitis in a newborn;
  • Wrongful death; and
  • Many other types of medical malpractice for our medical malpractice legal content writers.

Considerations for Medical Malpractice Website Content

The tricky thing with medical malpractice cases is that most medical malpractice victims do not realize they have a case.  This is because of a simple lie advanced by medical professionals that they did nothing wrong and it was simply a “bad outcome” or a “risk inherent to the procedure.”  As medical malpractice lawyers, we know that is not always true.  But we do not know that this is why is always said by the healthcare professions who do not want to deal with a potential medical malpractice case.  This is why your medical malpractice law firm website and law firm blog MUST provide educational information to demonstrate to potential victims that they may have a medical malpractice claim.

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But this is just one reason why a law firm blog is critical for your medical malpractice legal website.  In fact, it is particularly important for personal injury lawyers to have a strong legal website and law firm blog with many relevant law firm blog posts.  This is because personal injury law may be the most heavily advertised areas of law.  A day does not go by without being bombarded by a personal injury advertisement either on the television, radio, internet ad, newspapers, or on the side of a bus mural.  

Many of the firms that are engaging in this type of blanket advertising are able to afford thousands if not millions of dollars every year.  But most personal injury lawyers that are solo practitioners or small law firms cannot afford to do this.  This is particularly true for medical malpractice cases which can bring in some of the largest and most substantial verdicts for a big case.  This is why medical malpractice lawyers seeking to fight back against all of the other larger firms need to hire a medical malpractice legal content writer.  By having superior website content, solo and smaller law firms can take a part of the market share and raise up “organically” in Google search engine rankings for personal injury, auto accident, trucking accident, and medical malpractice cases.  This is true even against law firms paying for Google ads.

Paid Google Search Engine Results Versus Organic Google Search Engine Results

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Being on the first page of Google is imperative for personal injury lawyers.  In fact, the higher up on the first page of Google, the better that the law firm will convert searchers into clients.  Generally, there are two different types of Google search engine results that personal injury and medical malpractice lawyers need to know about.  

Paid Google Search Engine Results

The first and most obvious are paid Google search engine results.  These are search engine results that are produced by paying a fee to Google.  By paying this fee, a lawyer’s law firm website and law firm blog can appear at the very top of search engine results.  These paid results are always above the “organic” or non-paid results.  This is a perk for law firms trying to advertise very aggressively to get a particular type of case such a medical malpractice cases.  But this is also a perk for law firms that do not want to wait for “organic” search engine results to transpire.  Paying for Google search engine results to be at the top is the fastest and most effective way to be on the top page of Google.  It is also the most costly.

Even if you are using paid Google search engine results, a personal injury lawyer should still use a medical malpractice legal content writer.  There are many reasons noted in our blog post here.  But the basic point is to ask yourself, if you were advertising in the Super Bowl and paying a lot of money for commercials, would you try to make the commercial itself or would you hire an advertising company that makes commercials professionally?  

Yeah, it sounds like an easy question but far too many personal injury lawyers think they make the ads themselves.

Organic Google Search Engine Results

The second and less obvious way to get to the top of Google search engine results is “organically.”  This term explains what happens when a website “naturally” raises to the top of Google search engine results based on good search engine optimization (SEO) principles.  One of the most important parts of SEO is content.  In fact, it is often said that “content is king” with Google search engine results.  Organic search engine results highlight this importance.

To organically get first page Google search engine results, a medical malpractice lawyer will need to have 1) strong content and 2) an optimized website.  The strong content can take months for a personal injury lawyer to get to the top of a Google search result.  While some lawyers do not like this, the end result is phenomenal because organic search results do not just go away with time like a paid Google ad.  Rather, organic search results keep producing long after you have paid for the personal injury content and blogs.  However, the second component to having strong organic Google search engine results is to also have an optimized website.  This means having a good web hosting service, a clean and easy-to-use website, and a fast-loading website.  With these tips and tricks a medical malpractice law firm and personal injury lawyer can get to the top of Google search results for much less money and remain there for much longer.

Statistics Prove That Medical Malpractice Lawyers Need to Advertise With Help From a Medical Malpractice Legal Content Writer

While there are personal injury law firms and medical malpractice lawyers that are spending thousands or millions of dollars each year to blanket advertising for all types of cases, that does not mean you can take a piece of their pie.  In fact, statistics show that all of these advertising only helps one-third (1/3) of the time or less!  According to statistics from the National Law Review, 63% of legal internet searches were non-branded yet 96% of people seeking legal advice searched on the internet.

Non-branded internet searches mean people are searching for “medical malpractice lawyer” as opposed to “John Doe medical malpractice lawyer” or “Law Offices of Doe.”  This is HUGE for solo and small law firms because it means that, using keywords, you can rank higher for these certain areas and locations of law.  Thus, having high, organic results for “Albany medical malpractice lawyer” or strong ranking results for “New Mexico medical malpractice lawyer” can get you significant results/

Yes, as a personal injury lawyer and medical malpractice lawyer you may be saying WHY hire a medical malpractice legal content writer.  After all, you know the law and you are a proficient writer.  BUT:

Our Medical Malpractice Legal Content Writer is:

  1. Had a blog hit for $3.6 million in a New York medical malpractice case;
  2. A lawyer licensed in New York and New Jersey, plus some related federal courts;
  3. A former medical malpractice lawyer verifiable with court decisions;
  4. Previously handled defense work before becoming a plaintiff’s lawyer;
  5. Now appointed to the New York State Supreme Court as court attorney to a Supreme Court Justice; 
  6. Has a decade of internet marketing experience;
  7. Uses a registered nurse to review all medical malpractice posts, including editing, adding to, and approving posts, and
  8. Has drafted medical malpractice blogs for all 11 years in states from coast-to-coast.

Medical Malpractice Lawyers Should Ask for Our Help Today

While all personal injury topics are highly sought after, medical malpractice cases are even more sought after.  Big jury verdicts and awards can come in when a hospital, doctor, nurse, or other healthcare professional fail to comply with the standard of care that a reasonably prudent physician would have under similar circumstances and with similar experience, training, and skill in the same specialty.  All personal injury lawyers know this.  They also know that medical malpractice cases are not a typical auto accident case; medical malpractice cases take work.  They are expensive to have experts and medical records.  Medical malpractice cases can also be risky for personal injury lawyers because of all of the money tied up in expenses.

But medical malpractice lawyers know this.  So why would a medical malpractice lawyer cut corners with their law firm website or law fir blog?  Having a competent legal content writer is one thing, but having a dedicated personal injury legal content writer and proven medical malpractice legal content writer is another.  

This is particular true considering that victims of medical malpractice cases may not know they are victims.  It is up to you, the medical malpractice lawyer, to put the information out on the internet to allow potential victims to find the information, see there is a potential case, and learn how you can help them.  Our legal content writing business can do that for you.  Contact us today to find out how.

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