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Personal injury law firms and lawyers looking for a legal content writer need more than just someone with technical writing experience or knowledge of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Personal injury lawyers need a legal content writer who has actual litigation experience handling real personal injury cases. Our legal content writer:
- Is a licensed attorney in New York and New Jersey, including in a federal court in each of NY and NJ
- Presently appointed to the New York State Supreme Court as a Senior Principal Appellate Court Attorney to an associate Justice of the NYS Supreme Court Justice, Appellate Division, Third Judicial Department
- Has personal injury litigation experience handling everything from initial client intake, through discovery, motions, oral argument, trial, and appeals
- Settled cases as a personal injury lawyer or as a court attorney in the seven-figure and eight-figure range
- Handled actual cases involving: car accidents, trucking wrecks, nursing home negligence and malpractice, dog bites, slip and falls/trip and falls, medical malpractice, birth injuries, construction accidents/labor law, workplace injuries, motorcycle crashes, pedestrian knockdowns/hit by car, bicycle collisions, negligent security, insurance indemnification/declaratory judgment actions, and other personal injury cases
- Over 12 years of experience drafting law firm website content
- Executive Editor for Lead Articles on his law schools flagship Law Review
- Published author, including having a Law Review publication cited by a Matthew Bender Treatise on the Casey Anthony trial
- Has a Registered Nurse (RN) on staff to review complicated medical/anatomy posts, including medical malpractice cases.
- Experience drafting law firm content in over 30 states and three countries
- Understands SEO and best-practices for Google, Yahoo!, Bing, and other search engines
To learn more about our prices and working with our personal injury legal content writer, check out our services and pricing.
Our Success as a Legal Content Writer Can Be Your Law Firm’s Success Too
We have been successful as a legal content writer for over a decade. Let our success help you and your law firm. We have dedicated ourselves to writing the finest quality content using strong content SEO principles. We can help you and your law firm get more website traffic and convert more clients. Our business wants you to succeed and we want you to succeed as fast as possible. This is because our success if intimately tied to yours. That’s because the better you do, the better we will do as your long-term legal marketing company.
If your personal injury law firm is looking for a legal content writer to help draft blog posts, practice area pages, landing pages, or any other content, let us help you. We have the experience, skill, and knowledge necessary to not only deliver great content, but to also improve your website’s search engine result ranking.
Our writer will draft content that is relevant and authoritative for your law firm website. We can help improve your law firm’s website through better landing pages and blog posts. Our legal content writer can also help draft other content you may need relating to personal injury law.
Legal Content Writer With a Wide Range of Litigation and Writing Experience
Unlike many other businesses, our law firm blog and website writing business has actual personal injury litigation experience. This means that we can talk to you as a lawyer. We know what it is like to not only handle cases in court, but also to fight for new clients. Our legal content writer worked in a small and medium-sized law firm in New York. This included helping both law firms draft content for their website to boost search engine results to get more clients.
In addition to this, our content writer serves as a court attorney to a judge. Some lawyers know this as a law clerk or a judge’s law clerk. As you may know, a law clerk helps a judge review your papers on a motion. The law clerk or court attorney breaks down the arguments, facts, law, and issues in the papers. Then a law clerk will conduct the necessary legal research, often drafting a memo to the judge. After the papers are read and research is performed, a law clerk or court attorney will discuss the facts, issues, and the research with the judge. Once a decision is made, the law clerk or court attorney will help the judge draft a decision, order, and/or judgment on the application. This is what our legal content writer does.
Like you, our legal content writer helped injured victims and their families obtain compensation for accidents. This included handling cases that he can now help write your law firm’s website content for to help improve your results.
Types of Legal Content Writing We Can Do
There are many different types of legal content writing that we can do. Our personal injury legal content writer and law firm blogger has experience handling many different types of cases as a defense lawyer, plaintiff’s lawyer, or a law clerk to a judge. Sometimes our personal injury writer will have experience handling all three.
The types of blog posts that we that we have the most experience writing for include the following:
- Medical malpractice – over a decade (first topic we started with!)
- Birth injury – over a decade (part of the first topic)
- Nursing home abuse, neglect, negligence, and malpractice (over a decade)
- Trucking accidents – over a decade
- Car accidents – over a decade
- Motorcycle, bicycle, pedestrian hit by car – almost a decade
- Wrongful death – almost a decade, although we have done some related to medical malpractice that are over a decade
- Construction accident – five to eight years
- Dog bite – around eight years
- Slip and fall cases and trip and fall cases – around eight years, and
- Other topics such as workers’ comp, defective products, and similar ones – around five years.
We also have extensive experience handling injury posts. These are posts that are just about an injury in an accident. That means discussing injuries such as TBIs, SCIs, broken bones, and other damages. It is important to have blog posts about these topics because that is what some people will exclusively search.
Car Accident Cases
Most of the cases our legal content writer handled were car accident accident. This includes car accidents or auto accidents involving any type of vehicle. However, most cases involve normal passenger vehicles. Like you as a lawyer, our writer was also a personal injury lawyer and had to overcome many issues in car accident cases like comparative fault, “serious injury” thresholds, pre-existing injuries, and insurance issues. This intimate and familiar knowledge helps draft better content for car accident law firms and lawyers. It also serves as a strong base for answering common questions that most car accident victims will ask, including what compensation they may be entitled to, who may be entitled to compensation, and what their rights may be after a motor vehicle accident.
Examples of Car Accident Cases We Write
Some examples of motor vehicle crashes that our car accident legal content writer has written on and can write on include the following:
- Rear end collisions
- Head on collisions
- Left turn accidents
- Improper lane changes
- Drunk driving
- Improper merge
- Unsafe U-turn
- Drugged driving
- Distracted driving
- Mechanical defects
- UM/UIM Insurance Coverage
- SUM coverage
- Umbrella policies
- No-fault insurance
- Fault insurance or tort
- Driver inexperience
- Driver fatigue
- Falling asleep at the wheel
- Road rage
- Hit and run
- Bald tires
- Running a red light
- Failure to yield
- Losing control
- Inclement weather, and
- Many other common case accident crashes that our car accident legal content writer can draft for you.
Many of the best car accident cases also involve significant injuries. This required our legal content writer to learn and develop both a written and oral mastery of complex medical or anatomical issues, diagnoses, or injuries. These skills translate into helping your law firm’s personal injury content to give your an edge over your competitors. We also have a Registered Nurse (RN) who reviews complex medical posts for accuracy. No other content writing business has this to our knowledge.
Don’t just hire any legal content writer, hire one that has actual experience handling and settling car accident cases in the United States.
Trucking Accident Cases
Some of the most severe types of motor vehicle accidents involve large commercial vehicles such as tractor trailers, 18-wheelers, semi-tractor trailers, tankers, flatbeds, big rigs, buses, box trucks, and other large trucks. This is because of their large size and heavy weight which generates significant momentum, even at low speeds. As a result, even a vender bender with a tractor trailer can cause a serious, catastrophic, or even fatal personal injury where the same fender bender at the same speed with a smaller, passenger vehicle may only cause a slight “tap.”
But besides the physics of a trucking accident, our legal content writer knows firsthand from handing trucking accident cases in New York that truck accidents also involve a more complicated matrix of laws and regulations than other motor vehicles. This is because the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has enacted a series of rules and regulations that apply throughout the United States no matter what state the truck or the truck driver is in, from, going to, licensed in, or otherwise conducting business from or in. Thus, all trucks and truck drivers must comply with the FMCSA regulations — in addition to state laws.
Types of Trucking Accident Cases We Write On
Our trucking accident legal content writer has written on and can write blog posts on the following:
- FMCSA violations
- Improper left turn
- Unsafe backing
- Drunk driving
- Drugged driving
- Distracted driving
- Hours of Service (HOS) violations
- Improper U-turns
- Unsecured cargo
- Improper lashing and tie-downs
- Failure to use an escort vehicle for large loads
- Jackknife accidents
- Use of cell phones or hand radios improperly
- Failure to display disabled vehicle warnings signs and flashers
- Tire blowouts
- Inclement weather: must slow or stop until safe
- Obtaining the ECM or black box data
- Using trucking logs to prove a case
- Use of any alcohol while driving, even within 4 hours of starting a shift, and
- Many other truck-related violations.
Injury Blog Posts
Sometimes prospective clients do not search for types of accidents but for their injuries. This is confirmed by using the Google Keyword Planner. It shows that some people will search for “broken bones lawyer” or “brain injury lawyer” and not the type of accident. If you search those terms online, you will see that many other lawyers and law firms already caught onto this. You need to play catchup.
Fortunately, our injury blog post writer has extensive experience handling all types of injury blog posts. This comes from being a former defense and plaintiff’s lawyer. Our injury legal content writer handled these types of cases. Our blogger has also handled extreme and catastrophic injury cases as a law clerk to a judge. This experience means we can write very strong content for your law firm’s website. Coupled with the fact that we have a Registered Nurse (RN) who reviews these types of blog posts and even adds to them, our legal content writing company is very strong.
Types of Injury and Anatomy Blog Posts We Can Write
Our legal content writer can draft many different types of injury posts. There is almost no end to what can be drafted. This is based on his experience, but also his ability to understand medicine and anatomy. He has many different medical textbooks at home and his office to help him understand complex injuries. He also has a nurse on staff to help.
Some of the most common injury blog posts we draft for law firms include the following:
- Traumatic brain injuries or TBIs
- Spinal cord injuries or SCI
- Amputations or loss of a limb
- Broken bones or fractured bones
- Shoulder injuries including arthroscopes, SLAP tears, biceps tears, triceps tears, dislocations, separations, impingement, inflammation, and other damages
- Knee injuries including MCL, ACL, PCL, LCL, meniscus, petal fractures, and other damages
- Organ injuries
- Loss of hearing, taste, or touch
- Bimalleolar or trimalleolar fractures
- Spinal fusions (cervical and lumbar)
- Soft tissue injuries
- Surgeries with painful hardware
- Orbital blowout fractures, and
- Many other types of serious personal injuries that are caused by negligence.
Medical Malpractice Cases
There may not be any other medical malpractice legal content writer that is better than ours. Besides the experience in writing medical malpractice blog posts and practice area pages for over a decade, and besides having actual litigation experience handling medical malpractice cases as a defendant lawyer, plaintiff lawyer, and through his role in the courts as a court attorney to a New York State judge, our medical malpractice legal content writer has something that no other writer can claim: actual results.
One of our clients, John H. Fisher, Esq., of Kingston, New York, ended up receiving a case directly from one of our blogs drafted for his law firm which ended up resulting in a $3.6 million settlement. In fact, the client referenced the blog post we had done about misdiagnosed heart attacks which could result in medical malpractice. The blog also addressed possible dangers, including a heart rupture which is what unfortunately occurred in that case. When the client initially came to the law firm, attorney Fisher told us about the hit. And when it settled, we got another notification him about how satisfied he was.
Examples of Medical Malpractice Cases We Write On
As legal content writers and blog writers, we have experience drafting medical malpractice blogs for on many different topics, including some of the following:
- Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Brachial plexus nerve injuries (including Erb’s and Klumpke’s)
- Surgical errors
- Misdiagnosed heart attacks, aortic dissections, and heart-related conditions
- Delays in treating cancer, stroke, heart attacks, pulmonary embolisms, and other deadly or debilitating conditions
- Surgical burns
- Dentist malpractice claims, including root canal and crown mistakes, pulling the wrong tooth, lingual nerve injuries from tooth extractions, failing to diagnose periodontal disease, and other mouth-related claims due to negligence
- Failure to guard a fall risk patient
- Hospital-acquired infections (HAI)
- Wrong patient surgery
- Wrong site surgery
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia mistakes, including drug interaction, loss of sensation, improper intubation, and other errors, and
- Many other serious or fatal medical mistake blog posts.
Our ability to draft medical malpractice blogs and practice area pages like this not only comes from our legal experience, but also because we have a Registered Nurse (RN) that reviews each medical malpractice blog post (and anatomy or injury blog posts) for medical accuracy. Our RN often adds medical sources, studies, statistics, or other information that can help boost the blog post’s educational value and authoritativeness. Both of these factors help with SEO.
When it comes to having a medical malpractice blog post, our legal content writer is one of the best around. There simply is not any other medical malpractice content writer with the credentials that we have and supports that we have. Learn more how we can help you during a FREE consultation.
Birth Injury Cases
As a result of drafting medical malpractice blog posts, we have also done a lot of birth injury blog posts. And be a lot, we mean over a thousand because we have had several clients use our services for birth injury blog posts for years in multiple jurisdictions. Although the law may change from state-to-state, the medicine does not. This means that any writers looking for a birth injury legal content writer and medical malpractice legal content writer will get a significant amount of experience on their side.
We have drafted many serious and catastrophic birth injury cases, including going through all of the types and subtypes of cerebral palsy. These are the major types of birth injury cases that medical malpractice lawyers crave for their high-damage value. We also have a lot of experience drafting hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) blog posts. This type of injury is catastrophic and often leads to other injuries like cerebral palsy, vision loss, and other damages.
Combined with our experience actually handling birth injury cases as a plaintiff’s lawyer and through his work with the court as a law clerk to a judge, our birth injury legal content writer is simply one of the best out there to draft this kind of content. This does not take into account the fact that there is a postpartum and NICU Registered Nurse (RN) that reviews all birth injury posts. Simply put, our birth injury legal content writer is one that serious birth injury and medical malpractice law firms need if they want to get exceptional content to attract exceptional cases.
Slip and Fall Cases
Another area where our legal content writer has extensive experience is drafting content is for slip and fall cases. He previously handled slip and fall cases as a plaintiff’s lawyer, and still handles them as a law clerk to a judge in New York State. As a slip and fall lawyer, our legal content handled nearly every facet of a slip and fall case. This practical knowledge as a lawyer helps him draft slip and fall blog posts for law firms throughout the United States — something he has been drafting slip and fall posts for almost 10 years.
It is important to note that, although slip and fall cases and trip and fall cases are generally interchangeable, our blog post writer treats them different. That’s because the mechanism of injury is different. Indeed, slip and fall cases involve a foot slipping, shifting, sliding, or otherwise moving due to a slippery condition from a low friction coefficient which cases a person to lose balance and fall.
Whereas a trip and fall case involves a foot being caught, snagged, pulled, or otherwise tangled in a defect that causes a person to lose balance a fall. The difference is the mechanism, a slip on a defect versus getting caught on a defect. It may seem nuanced, but the experts you need to litigate these cases could be very different. And prospective clients who fall will search both a slip and fall lawyer and a trip and fall lawyer. Thus, you really need to cover both.
Examples of Slip and Fall Cases We Write On
Some of the most common topics our slip and fall legal content writer can draft and has experience drafting includes the following:
- Notice blog posts, including actual, constructive, created or recurring notice cases
- Painted wood stairs with no friction stripe outside or near pools/splash grounds
- Falls in grocery stores or other food stores
- Snow and ice cases, both outside but also tracked in and melted
- Leaky AC units and refrigeration units (including on constructive notice — something our slip and fall legal content writer has done both as a blog writer and as a lawyer)
- Falls on spilled products in stores
- Excessive use of soap or wax on floors
- Falls on wet floors
- Improper tiles used in public bathrooms or showers that have low friction coefficients, and
- Other types of slip and fall cases that our blog writer has done for personal injury lawyers and law firm websites.
If you are a slip and fall lawyer and need a content writer to help build your premises liability cases, we have experience handling these types of personal injury cases and drafting these types of blog posts. To learn more about how we can help you and your law firm grow your slip and fall caseload, contact our slip and fall legal content writer today.
Trip and Fall Cases
As noted above, our legal content writer has experience handling trip and fall cases. This is both as a lawyer, but also as a blogger. And as also noted above, we separate slip and fall cases from trip and fall cases. The mechanism of injury is different. In sum, a slip and fall involves a person losing balance over a slippery condition. Whereas a trip and fall involves a person losing balance over a tripping hazard. This distinction is important because prospective clients will search it. Having a more accurate website will show your clients that you are a very studious lawyer that understands the differences.
Although our legal content writer has over a decade of experience drafting medical malpractice posts, we have just slightly less in premises liability cases. But that does not matter considering the fact that our trip and fall legal content writer actually handled trip and fall cases as a lawyer. He also handles them as a law clerk to a judge in New York. These two factors will help your bodily injury law firm get better blog posts for premises liability cases.
Examples of Trip and Fall Cases We Write On
There are many different types of trip and fall cases. This means there are also many different types of trip and fall blog post topics. Some of the most common and important topics we have written include the following:
- Notice cases, including actual, constructive, created, recurring, and other nuances
- Trips on uneven flooring such as broken tiles, lifted concrete flags, and similar defects
- Bunched up carpets and mats
- Broken stairs
- Holes in the floor
- Uneven slabs
- Cracks on the floor
- Unmarked elevation changes
- Uneven floor tread spacing
- No handrails
- Inadequate lighting
- Defects on the ground
- Pallets, stock boxes, and other materials in aisles
- Debris on the floor such as rocks, garbage, and other trip hazards
- Defects at construction sites, and
- Many other common trip and fall hazards.
Having a legal content writer who knows how to litigate trip and fall hazards is simply irreplaceable. There are many writing firms and freelancers that can attempt premises lability cases. But having a trip and fall legal content writer that handles them will simply set your content apart from the others. Our blogger has that experience as a lawyer and as a writer. When you need to grow your web presence for trip and fall cases, contact us for help. We can give you a FREE sample so you can see the quality of our work. With almost a decade of experience writing these types of blog posts, you will be pleased with our work product. So will you prospective clients who will become clients.
Dog Bite or Animal Attack Cases
One of the most different types of personal injury cases is a dog bite or animal attack case. We know that for a fact. Not just as a blog writer, but also as a plaintiff’s lawyer. Our dog bite legal content writer has handled animal attack cases are a lawyer and as a law clerk to a judge in New York. He also extensively studied dog bite cases in law school, which was a major project for his first year class. This coupled with his experience drafting dog bite blog posts for over a year can really help your law firm get new cases.
Which knowing how difficult dog bite cases can be will also help your content. There are many issues in proving a dog bite case. It even just starts with identifying the dog and owner. This can be difficult, especially if they do not normally come to that area where the attack occurred. Some dog bites are also “bite and run.” What is also difficult is getting insurance information for policy limits. Some renters will not even have coverage. While others may have very little. The same is true of homeowners who may not have coverage or little coverage.
Legal Issues in Dog Bite and Animal Attack Blogs – Including Strict Liability, Knowledge, One-Bite Rule
Another issue with dog bites is commencing an action. Knowing who is liable can also be difficult in dog bite and animal attack cases. Identifying and bringing an action against a negligent dog owner is difficult. Especially if the dog was being handled by a third-party or was provoked. Which is a common defense in dog bite cases that is always a headache to handle — especially when a young child was injured.
But there is another important part of having an experienced dog bite legal content writer. The law around dog bite changes from state-to-state. This is because some states require knowledge and others do not. Understanding the differences is critical to getting an accurate blog post. That is why having a legal content writer who can read your state’s laws, understand them, and translate them into non-legalese is very important. Dog bite blog posts are usually some of the most complicated to write for this reason.
Nursing Home Negligence, Abuse and Neglect, or Malpractice Cases
Some of the most devastating types of personal injury cases are nursing home negligence, abuse and neglect, or malpractice cases. Our nursing home blog post writer has experience handling nursing home cases as a defense lawyer, plaintiff’s lawyer, and as a law clerk to a judge. This experience handling cases through every side of the lens will greatly help your law firm’s blog posts.
This includes being able to write nursing home blog posts on topics that actually matter. Instead of just drafting the same old types of abuse posts, our writer can do so much more. For example, assessing a resident as a fall risk is one of the most common causes of a nursing home injury case. Especially when a resident falls and suffers a serious injury like a broken hip. Elopement is also a common cause of nursing home cases, especially when residents get locked outside overnight. Injuries typically include broken bones and fall-related injuries.
Having a legal content writer that knows about these types of cases can really help your blogs connect with more potential clients. it and also help connect with their families who can help push them to hire you. Ask our nursing home negligence legal content writer and nursing home abuse and neglect legal content writer for help.
Construction Accident Cases
Construction is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States. In fact, it is around the world. It is also one of the deadliest professions in the United States. Of the roughly 5,000 workplace fatalities each year, construction accounts for 1,000 or 20%. There are many causes of construction accidents, with OSHA focusing on the “fatal four” or “focus four.” These include falls, struck-by, caught in-between (crushing), and electrocutions.
Having a blogger who understands construction accident cases is important. These cases are highly sought after too. This means competition is high for them. Fortunately, our construction accident legal content writer has experience handling these types fo cases as a plaintiff’s lawyer and as a law clerk to a judge. That means your law firm’s content and blogs will simply be more accurate and better than other freelance writers. When it comes to highly sought after cases, you need more than a person with a writing degree. And you certainly cannot outsource these types of blogs.
If you need construction accident blog posts for your personal injury website, call our construction accident legal content writer.
Motorcycle Accident Cases
Injuries in motorcycle accidents are often severe, disabling, permanent, and fatal. Riders just have a lack of safely equipment around them. For instance, they have no air bags or seat belts, and no side curtains. There is not even just the steel shell around them. That means motorcycle cases are often high-value damage cases. As a result, many law firms compete over obtaining motorcycle accident cases because they can pay a lot.
Unfortunately, there is a sigma around motorcycle riders. That makes these cases much harder to handle. Some riders know this and think that lawyers will not take their case. Other riders think that lawyers may actually not like motorcycle riders for that sigma. Some even believe that lawyers will not take motorcycle accident cases because they are so complex as it relates to liability.
All of these issues need to be addressed in your blog posts. Having a motorcycle accident legal content writer like ours can help that. Our motorcycle blog writer has experience handling motorcycle crashes as a plaintiff’s lawyer and as a law clerk to a judge in New York. We also have experience drafting motorcycle posts for almost a decade. If your personal injury law firm needs motorcycle blog posts, you need to call our motorcycle legal content writer.
Pedestrian Knockdowns or Hit by a Car Cases
There are not many pedestrian knockdown or hit by car cases out there. Although there seems to be a lot of them recently in many cities, the number of actual cases is still slim. However, the damages in hit by car cases are always catastrophic. There is no protection for victims. There are no helmets and not seatbelts. Pedestrians hit by cars don’t even have helmets like bicycle riders or motorcycle riders. As a result, pedestrian knockdown cases are very high damage cases. Juries also typically blame motorists for hitting a pedestrians, making them easier liability cases. Especially when a pedestrian is on a sidewalk or in a crosswalk.
This is why you need to hire an experienced pedestrian knockdown legal content writer or hit by car legal content writer. Our pedestrian hit by car blogger has experience handling these types of personal injury cases as both a plaintiff’s lawyer and law clerk to a judge. He also has experience writing blog posts for personal injury law firms around the United States on pedestrian accidents. If you or your law firm need a pedestrian knockdown blog writer, you need to contact our content writing business.
Bicycle Collision Cases
Like motorcycle accidents, bicycle accident cases are often catastrophic. Riders have not protections. There are no seatbelts or airbags, and there are no side walls to act as a crunch zone. Bicycle riders in accidents often have devastating injuries that result in permanent damages. This includes brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, broken bones, and many other serious damages. However, unlike motorcycle accident cases, there is no sigma around bike riders. That means that most bicycle riders who are injured in an accident will have a better change of getting a fair jury pool.
That just makes these types of cases so much more valuable. This is why you need to have strong content on your bodily injury law firm’s website. Our bicycle accident legal content writer and bicycle collision blog writer can help you and your law firm get these types of cases. Our blogger has handled these cases as both a plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer and as a law clerk to a judge, and can help you and your law firm get prospective clients to your website. We will also highlight your ability to handle these cases and convince them to hire you. That is known as “converting.”
To learn more about how our bicycle accident legal content writer can help you, contact us today to learn more. We are dedicated to your law firm’s success.
Other Types of Personal Injury Cases
There are many different ways that personal injuries could be caused. Just like how there are many different ways that an accident could happen. Our personal injury legal content writer can help you and your bodily injury law firm reach more clients with stronger content. Our blogs and writing is based on stronger SEO principles. We can help your lawyers get more cases with better content and SEO.
We also have experience handling nearly all types of cases. Including odd cases. With this experience, we can help draft better content on topics that are abnormal and not common. This includes any type of injury such as at a job site or in a motor vehicle.
In addition to these types of accidents and personal injury cases, we also can write:
- Workers’ compensation
- Defective products
- Pharmacy errors
- First responder errors (EMT, police)
- Home health care aide injuries
- Corrections officer injuries
- Assault, battery, and murder
- Rape and sexual offenses
- Negligent security, and
- Many other types of personal injury cases.
We just ask that if you need one of these topics, that we have a conversation first. Although they might fall into the realm of personal injury, there are areas we have written on less. The most common we have written on is workers’ compensation, and we have many active clients now. But the other areas we may have to discuss whether it can fit into our production schedule. If you see something that is not on this list, contact our personal injury legal content writer to ask if we can do it for you.
We Understand Law and SEO
Our legal content writer is not like other freelance writers and blogger. We have superior legal experience to many of the content writing companies that are using college students or individuals without a legal degree. Sure, individuals with a journalism, English, Literature, or other writing degrees will be exceptional writers. But ours has actual litigation experience. You cannot substitute this experience with a college degree in writing. Which, our legal content writer is also a published fiction and non-fiction author, including having multiple stories in anthologies. His nonfiction work has appeared in peer-reviewed journals. These credentials will also give our writer an advantage above those individuals with just a writing degree. Further, our legal content writer also has over a decade of SEO experience and stays abreast of changes by working with some of the leading individuals in the market today.
Unmatched Legal Experience
The most important aspect of your legal content writer is obviously knowing the law. After all, the content on your law firm’s website is a reflection of you and your firm. You need to ensure that the law is accurate. Our legal content writer has both plaintiff and defendant experience handling personal injury cases in New York. This includes settling cases personally in the six-figure range. But we also have something more rare. Our law firm blog writer is also a court attorney to a judge. This gives a very unique perspective that no other legal content writing business has.
As a judge’s court attorney, our writer reviews attorney’s papers, researches the law, and assists in drafting judicial decisions, orders, and opinions. He also assists the parties in resolving matters through mediation, including settling cases well over a million dollars in the seven and eight-figure range. This is a higher level of writing and experience that is simply unmatched by other businesses.
In addition to this practical experience, our legal content writer has academic experience too. As Executive Editor for Lead Articles on his law school’s flagship Law Review, our law firm blog writer dissected law at a higher level reserved for only the top echelon of students in his graduating class who graded on or demonstrated a proven ability to write and edit complex copy.
It was through this experience that our legal content writer published several articles. This included an article that was cited by a Matthew Bender research treatise. There are very few, if any, other freelancer writing businesses that have this distinction.
But we have more than just the legal experience. We also understand how to write content for search engines too.
Over a Decade of SEO Experience
Although breaking down legalese is complicated, translating content for search engines may even be more complicated. This is particularly true given the fact that content must 1) be understood by humans, and 2) be understood by computers. Yet, our legal content writer has over a decade of experience doing just this.
“This” being Search Engine Optimization, or “SEO.” Think of SEO as a Rosetta Stone for search engines. Understanding SEO principles when drafting content helps search engines more efficiently categorize websites and their content. But not only do search engines accomplish this by categorizing content, but they also look at the content itself.
Google specifically uses the algorithm EAT to evaluate content. This standard for expertise, authoritativeness, and trustworthiness. Content that demonstrates these principles will do better in online searches. This is because Google and other search engines view this type of content as simply better to help a searcher. This is why many people researching SEO may often hear the phrase “content is king.” With law firm content, it definitely is king.
But SEO is more than just content. Even though content has a lot to do with search engine results. SEO also includes components of “on page” and “off page” optimization. Sometimes it is called “behind the page” optimization. While some of this SEO extends beyond just content, some of it definitely can be addressed by an experienced legal content writer.
For example, some “on page” SEO includes:
- Using hyperlinks to authoritative sources (.gov, .edu, .org)
- Including hyperlinks to other relevant pages, both within your website and to other sources
- Creating strong headlines using headline analysis
- Utilizing pictures or graphic with “alt text” referring to your focus word/phrase
- Keeping paragraphs manageable
- Using headings and subheadings to outline content
- Avoiding spelling errors
- Providing contact information
- Keeping the content relevant to the focus word or phrase
Some examples of “off page” SEO include:
- Setting an appropriate keyword as your word or phrase based on keyword research
- Using meta-descriptions that are optimized to your keywords
- Appropriately using keywords throughout content to not under or over-optimize your text
- Using tags appropriately
- Conducting strong research that provides educational information on a relevant topic
- Demonstrating to search engines (and prospective clients) your authoritativeness and trustiness
- Drafting legally accurate content
- Optimizing photographs with alt-text in content
- Properly categorizing pages or posts
- Designating pages as cornerstone content/skyscraper content pages
- Using SEO plugins to help optimize your website
- Recommending plugins and apps for your website that will increase mobile friendly experiences and decrease loading times
- Setting strong URLs that relate to the keyword, and
- Many other important SEO techniques that will not only help search engines recognize your website, but also real clients who are looking for a personal injury lawyer near them.
In addition to these forms of SEO, there are other important forms of SEO that personal injury lawyers needs to know. Our legal content writer can help suggest some changes. However, we are not an SEO expert when it comes to SEO beyond content. Although we will help guide you in the right direction. This may include referring you to a trusted partner.
Other SEO Services
We do more than just write great legal content. Yes, we can do more than just law firm blogs. And more than law firm practice area pages. Some of our best and most exciting offerings include other SEO services. One such service is backlinks. The other are guest posts. Many people love backlinks and do not understand the different with guest posts. We will explain because we think guest posts are better for most law firms.
What are Backlinks?
Backlinks are what everyone asks about and wants. That is because backlinks have been successful to help websites get higher on Google and other search engines. A backlink is a hyperlink from your website that is on another website. That means another website is referring readers or visitors to your website. That counts as a “vote” to your website. It means that your website must have something good about it. Search engines see this “vote” as a positive thing and help elevate your website above other websites with less votes. It is more complex than that, but this is generally how it helps.
Or used to. Actually just to a point. Search engine algorithms now monitor for extensive backlink use. That means you cannot just go buy thousands of backlinks and hope to get to the top of Google.
Yes, you should have some backlinks. But they should be a foundation and not excessively used. Once you get too many backlinks, you can get flagged and monitored. Websites that are monitored and flagged could face penalties. These penalties including losing ranking in search engine results. It could also blacklist or block your website from Google. Thus, you need to use a safe amount of non-spam backlinks and not over do it.
What are Guest Posts?
Guest posts are a type of backlink in that they are putting a hyperlink to your website on another website. That counts as a vote. And that can help your SEO, as long as you do not overdo it.
But where guest posts are very different is that they are contextual. Meaning, it is more than just a link. Some backlinks are just a website of hyperlinks to other various and unrelated websites. It is really just a link or “vote.”
In contrast, a guest post is actually a link to your website and an article. Yes, there is a blog post about your website and the link. That is the context. The content on that guest post is what makes the link relevant and authoritative. The blog post could explain a little about your law firm or your service. It helps your website get attention as being more specific to a certain topic. In turn, search engines will notice this and boost your ranking more than multiple backlinks could ever do.
Example of a Backlink Versus a Guest Post
A backlink is simply just a link. An example would be this: https://nablegalmarketing.com That means there is no context. There is no language about your website or the link. That link may be sandwiched between many other irrelevant links.
A guest post is much more. It could be something such as a blog post about marketing for law firms. The post would talk about some important considerations for legal content writers and personal injury lawyers. The guest post may then talk about why one specific legal content writer is better than another. It could even compare those with just college degrees or who are outsources versus an actual lawyer writing the content like our legal content writer. Guest posts could be 300-900 words long about the topic. Although most of ours are around 500-700 words long.
And did you see the link embedded in the text? That is what really helps. Instead of being just an unnatural link, the guest posts includes it naturally. This is what can help your SEO.
A Note About Guest Posts
Although guest posts are superior, they come at a higher cost than backlinks. That is because of all of the work that they entail. Just compare the difference between copy-and-pasting a website URL versus writing a blog post. That is what a guest post is, a blog post about your services on another website. That is what can really help your website.
As a result, guest posts will cost more than backlinks. Most backlink packages will come in groups of 100 or so, sometimes 300, 500, or even 1,000. Whereas most guest posts come in smaller groups. Sometimes they are even just one at a time! That is because guest posts are more involved. And not all guest posts are equal either. A guest posts linking to your website from a higher domain authority (a better ranked website) will do better than a non-ranked or low ranked website. In fact, the higher the domain ranking the better the guest post will perform. That is because top websites are thought to be more credible. These creates a price difference between some guest posts and others.
It is important to note something about guest posts. These types of posts are not about having strong writing. They are about getting content down that is contextual. That means related to your link. Thus, most guest posts are written pretty basic. They need to be that way so search engines can easily scan them and index. Some lawyers and law firms don’t like that guest posts are not as well written as our other posts, but that is not the post. Guest posts are written for the search engines, not people.
Google My Business Posts
Let’s talk about something huge for your website. It is another type of blog post. Well not really for a blog. But it is a post. And it is not on your website either. But it is on your Google My Business page. There is a “posts” function there under your other information such as map, contact info, and reviews. Although the post does not go on your website, and although it is low down on the column, it is very helpful.
In fact, some people say the Google My Business is one of the strongest off-page SEO things you can do! Indeed, it might be.
Having short posts (125-200 words) that appear as “events” or “what’s new” and even “offers” can really help your website. These are posts that go right to Google. They help Google index your website when they are relevant on your website. It is important to have these posts. They are very strong off-page SEO. In fact, one statistics shows for local ranking the posts take up over 25% of your website ranking score. That is huge. Especially considering the limit is 1,500 characters or about 250 words. That is a small but mighty SEO factor.
Our Legal Content Writer Can Do Your Google My Business Posts
We have already been doing Google My Business posts for many personal injury clients. In fact, we have done them for personal injury law firms exclusively lately. Most of the firms are motor vehicle accidents, auto accident, trucking wrecks, and related posts.
If you and your personal injury law firm want to help boost your SEO, ask our legal content writer about your Google My Business posts. We offer very affordable services for these, with posts being just $20. That is a very cheap price for such a big benefit. Ask our Google My Business writer for help with your posts.
What About Reading Score?
This section is about a reading score for your work. It is about making writing and content easier to understand. Thus, this section is our effort to help our legal content page increase its reading score. That is another important SEO factor. As a legal content writer, keeping content easy to read is important. Not just for people, but also for search engines. You will see that this section will be different. It has short sentences that are easier to read. Words are also easier to read. The point is to increase the reading score. This helps with SEO. It also serves as an example how we can use tricks to help your content score better. Because reading score is important.
There are main parts to a reading score. Word choice is important. Easier words mean it is easier to read. That makes sense. Another component is sentence length. Long sentences are harder to read. This is true even if the words are easy. Thus, shorter sentences are typically better. Finally, paragraph structure is important. That includes transition words. But also keeping paragraphs shorter. It also means uses headings to help separate paragraphs. Our legal content writer can help you achieve that.
Why Push for a Better Reading Score
A lot of lawyers will ask about reading score. That is partially because of the push by bar associations to make the law not complicated. There is a movement to keep law easy to read. Even judge schools talk about that. And in law school that is also a push. It is true that getting rid of complicated legal words can help. At least getting rid of legalese. That includes Latin phrases. This push is also happening in the medical community. Our legal content writer knows this to be true. That is because he has experience with both.
Yes, our legal content writer can do both law and medicine. These are two very hard topics. Most people do not understand them. Specifically, the general public generally has an 8th to 10th grade education. Keeping the reading score high means it is easier to read. That means more people will understand it. This is important because it reaches more potential clients. Allowing more people to understand it will increase your chance to get more clients.
Flesch Reading Score 101
Another push is about something called the Flesch reading score. That is something that also comes up about legal writing. Many law firms and lawyers will question the Flesch reading score. But many do not understand it. This creates issues between a legal content writer and a law firm.
The Flesch reading score measures how easy content is to read. It takes many points into consideration. The scoring breaks down like this:
- 90-100 – very easy to read. An average 11-year-old could understand it.
- 80-90 – easy to read.
- 70-80 – fairly easy to read.
- 60-70 – easily understood by 13 to 15 year olds
- 50-60 – fairly difficult to read
- 30-50 – difficult to read. It is understood by college graduates.
- 0-30 – very difficult to read. It is understood by those with higher education degrees.
Why Watch for Flesch?
This section was about improving the readability of our legal content writer page. We noted that above. For us, we were able to bring our Flesch reading score into a new bracket. That helps with our SEO for this page. It may be minor, but it helps. We are not too concerned about our score. It is in the 60-70 range. This means that most 13 to 15 year olds will understand it. And our legal content writer knows that our clients are lawyers. Also law firm staff who help. We have some business clients too. All of these individuals typically have college degrees. Especially lawyers. So we know that our writing is good for that target audience. This last section is just about improving SEO.
But for personal injury lawyers, that score is more important. Most people who are injured do not have higher education degrees. Most people are not like lawyers with a JD. Rather, most people have a high school or lower education. That means that a lawyer’s website needs to have a fairly good Flesch reading score. Having that score will help convert prospective clients to new clients. Individuals should focus on this. But it is important for lawyers to realize that it is very hard to get Flesch above 50 or 60 for law. There are too many big words. Even “personal injury lawyer” creates a hit on the reading score. That’s why you need to have an experienced legal content writer help break down the words and keep your score as low as possible. It will only help your SEO.
Need a Legal Content Writer? Ask Us for Help
If you need a legal content writer, you need to contact us. We have experience drafting law firm blog posts throughout the United States on virtually any topic. The most common topics are car accidents, trucking accidents, medical malpractice, birth injuries, and general personal injury. We have extensive experience drafting injury posts. If you or your law firm need a legal content writer, you need to call us. Help NAB some new clients with our business.
We look forward to serving you. We offer samples are no upfront cost too. If you like the sample, we can figure out a payment schedule to include with the first invoice. If you do not, you will not be charged (but you cannot use the content). That means it is completely risk-free to work with us.
Start today by contacting our personal injury legal content writer.