Interested In Gaining More DUI Leads?
Grow= Your DUI Practice Through Lead Generation
Nearly 1.5 million people are arrested annually for drunk driving and in need of quality legal representation. While
the demand for DUI legal services remains robust, generating leads can prove challenging, especially with traditional marketing techniques. Research tell us that when people are in trouble with the law, they seek answers through search engines online. As a result, more and more law firms are turning to the internet to grow their practice.
Great Return on Investment Of DUI Leads
At Win, LLC, we know how time-consuming and expensive it can be for attorneys to chase down verified leads. That’s why we’ve devised a risk-free lead generation program that sends you highly targeted DUI leads in real time.
We do all the heavy lifting on your behalf — saving you time and money and ultimately providing you with a reliable, steady stream of prospects. Another key benefit we offer is delivering leads that are exclusive to you only which eliminates the threat of competitors capturing your business.
Our pay-per-lead business model means you pay a fee for each DUI lead. You are in charge of how much you want to invest. There are no contracts and you can receive a prorated refund at any point in time should you no longer need leads.
Filtering DUI Leads
We use a combination of Google pay-per-click ads and SEO to attract prospects and drive traffic to our main landing page at criminaldefense.network
. The site provides comprehensive information for people facing DUI charges and connects them with an attorney in their geographic area. The prospect is prompted to take action by either filling out a case evaluation form, asking a question via live chat, or calling the phone number provided.
We will never send a prospect your way without fully vetting them first.
Our dedicated legal specialists asks a number of targeted questions in an attempt to provide you with all relevant information needed to successfully convert prospects into cases. Some of which may include:
- Where and when did the incident occur?
- Have you been arrested, charged, or arraigned?
- Have you already spoken to an attorney?
- Did you make a statement to the police?
- Have you been convicted? Are you seeking an expungement?
- Has your driver’s license been suspended?
- Do you have any prior DUI convictions?
A Look At Drunk Driving By The Numbers
Drunk Driving is a pervasive occurrence in the United States. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), one person is killed every 53 minutes in an alcohol-impaired crash
. In 2016, there were 10,497 people who lost their lives in a motor vehicle accident involving a driver with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 g/dL or higher, which accounted for 28 percent of all traffic fatalities for the year. More than half of these drivers were millennials in the 21 to 34 age group.
The estimated economic cost of drunk driving accidents is a staggering $114.3 billion
. This includes $51.1 billion in monetary costs and roughly $62.3 billion in life losses.
States with the highest number of DUI fatalities included Texas (1,438), California (1,059), Florida (841). The District of Columbia ranked lowest with 6 fatalities.
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