Fraud is a complex area of law. The Anti Fraud Law Group of Virginia legal practice Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein (PWHD) made simplicity a key element of the new Web design in order to engage users and provide an intuitive browsing experience.
Here’s how this legal website transformed the complexities of whistleblower litigation into an engaging and accessible design:
Anti Fraud Law Group at Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein
Fraud comes in many forms, and the practice website highlights some of the major sources of malfeasance through compelling next-step graphics. These CTAs create visual associations illustrating the often commonplace origins of the billions of dollars in losses federal and state governments incur as a result of fraudulent activities.
Whistleblowers stand to gain a significant percentage of a successful fraud recovery, and this detail is highlighted in the design via the Verdicts & Settlements section. Each result features a brief description of the circumstances of the case and the role of qui tam attorneys at PWHD.
Bios for the firm’s anti-fraud attorneys appear in a gallery on the home page. The section briefly introduces each lawyer’s background and provides a link to read more about their education and experience.
An austere color scheme comprising shades of black, gray, and blue creates a consistent visual tone for the website. The aesthetic communicates both the seriousness of fraud and the dedicated, professional approach the Anti Fraud Law Group uses to represent whistleblowers.
Check out the new website for the Anti Fraud Law Group of Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein today: http://www.antifraudlawgroup.com/.
By Adam Rowan, Content Specialist, Page 1 Solutions