Personal Injury Law Websites
Best personal injury attorney website, lowest price
- Customized site design
- Hosting and domain name
- Massive 170-article library
- 10 educational letters for prospects
- Automated claim submission form
- 15 educational videos
- Personalized glovebox guide
- Preliminary link-building
James Publishing’s attorney-editors and web-developers worked with Maximizing Damages author Derry Rundlett to build what we believe is the largest and most advanced local personal injury attorney website in the country:
You can now have a customized personal injury website for a competitive low price.
Keyworded Custom Pages
Target the right kind of traffic
Contains your contact info
Massive Content Library
Contains a book’s worth of content
Puts your contact information in more cars
Website articles teach your clients the basics
Answer prospects’ common questions
Written by specialists
Hundreds of hours and manuscript pages went into this personal injury attorney marketing site. Most of the pages were written by:
Derry Rundlett is a past president of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association, former state delegate of the American Association for Justice, member of the Board of Governors of the Maine State Bar Association, and member of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He is a personal injury trial lawyer with over 35 years of experience, and has been listed as one of the 500 leading plaintiff’s lawyers in America.
We do the work.
Your only requirement is to answer 3-4 questions by phone or e-mail. We will write your personal injury website, add the e-book and follow-up letters, and send a proof of the home page for your review. We will then make any changes you request and build your website.
From signup to launch, it takes us 6 weeks to create your site, plus your proofing time. When done, you will have a personal injury attorney website with all the content and features of the one pictured above.
Low-Risk Marketing Investment
Our month-to-month license means we take the financial gamble that our site will work for you. Let your James site run for a few months and see if it pays for itself in new clients.