NCR Helps you Build a Successful Criminal Defense Practice
Whether you are just starting out or have an established criminal defense law firm, National Crime Reporting, Inc. may be able to help you with the success of your practice. When someone has been arrested for a crime or criminal charges have been brought against that individual, he or she has many choices when it comes to choosing a criminal defense attorney. How do you make your firm become the one that a potential client chooses? We have proven time and again that our methods and fundamentals for building a successful practice can make it happen for you!
The 5 Fundamentals
Building a successful criminal defense firm really comes down to just five factors and we help law practices implement these fundamentals:
1. Contacting potential clients through a direct mail campaign
National Crime Reporting works closely with each criminal defense lawyer to develop a marketing campaign that specifically targets prospects based on demographic criteria you choose. Daily mailers are sent out to all those in your target area who have been arrested or charged with a crime. Our files of arrestees are meticulously maintained and updated every day.
2. Making sure prospects can reach you
As simple as this may sound, your telephone system is crucial to having a successful practice. We help ensure this system is set up in a way which will maximize success.
3. Creating satellite offices
Most people hire attorneys based on where they live or work. With the strategic placement of satellite offices in your city, your firm can always be the one “closest to the defendant’s home or work” at virtually no cost to your firm.
4. Accepting All Methods of Payment
Allowing payments by credit cards, Paypal, Apple Pay, Online Bank Bill pay can greatly increase the number of potential clients coming to your firm for representation. We can go over all the details of getting this implemented in your practice so it works for you.
5. Having case managers
As your firm becomes more and more successful, you will need a case manager to handle the increased client base. Details on how this is accomplished will be gone over in detail as we work with you and your firm.