Many websites, and particularly those in the personal injury field, give the readers too little information about their actual accident.
(PRWEB) April 30, 2013
After it became apparent that Fort Worth accident victims and their families needed clear and directed information regarding their legal rights, Grossman Law Offices re-launched their Fort Worth site for better usability. The site was designed for visitors to tailor their own experience, with the ability to dig as little or as much into the substantive side of personal injury law.
When first viewing the site, visitors immediately encounter information about the attorneys at Grossman Law Offices, their awards and accolades, and a testimonial from a recent client. This accounts for the first level of the site, as visitors become familiar on a general level with the firm Grossman Law Offices and the type of work they perform.
Following this initial introduction, visitors are able to delve into more substantive areas of the site, should they choose to do so. First, visitors can become more acquainted with the attorneys at Grossman Law Offices, as the site provides detailed pages for each attorney. Visitors are also able to obtain a baseline understanding of their respective accident, with dedicated pages and articles on more broader areas of personal injury law, like car accidents, truck accidents, or work injuries.
The final level of the site, however, allows visitors to gain deeper knowledge about their particular accident, and the ramifications that follow. Take the aforementioned truck accidents, for example. Within this area of the site, visitors can read about the differences between 18-wheeler and commercial bus accidents, gain an understanding about pedestrian accidents caused by commercial trucks, or examine the differences between a sideswipe incident with an 18-wheeler and a head-on collision.
Fort Worth personal injury attorney Michael Grossman comments on the revamped site, “Many websites, and particularly those in the personal injury field, give the readers too little information about their actual accident. Or they skip the substantive law altogether and focus on showing the reader what awards the firm has won. I wanted our site to offer actual and relevant information about personal injury law and to disseminate this information in a way that visitors of all understandings can appreciate. So far the response has been very positive.”
To view the site firsthand or read the many personal injury and wrongful death articles, please refer to http://www.injurylawyersftworth.com/.