My friend is a lawyer in NJ and is a really good personal injury lawyer how can get more business?

My friend is a lawyer in NJ and is a really good personal injury lawyer how can get more business?

My friend is a lawyer in NJ and is a really good personal injury lawyer how can get more business? Slip and fall, auto accidents...etc.

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Princess

Advertise - that's what usually brings in the clients (on the plaintiff's side). I assume that's what your friend wants - is plaintiff's work.If he wants defense work, tell him to join non-law groups - insurance associations (he can mingle with claims adjusters), his local ethnic group association, anything to get his name out there in the community...

gonecrazyfl

i know of a lawyer who actually does part time/ volunteer as a EMT worker. talking about chasing the ambulance

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