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Hayes Law

The banner on the new Hayes Law website immediately tells visitors that the firm isn’t afraid to accept difficult claims. However, tough doesn’t mean inaccessible – something clearly evident in the site’s custom photos, which emphasize a hands-on approach to serving clients.

Attorneys and staff appear in pictures throughout the website to highlight the accessibility of the Hayes Law team. A featured review on the home page praises this exact attribute.

A lantern is the symbol of Hayes Law, and the website strives to shine a light on practice area information as well as what plaintiffs can expect from the firm. Next-step graphics throughout the site direct visitors to pages on prominent case types, and the online Video Studio features animated clips exploring the personal injury claims process and how Hayes Law can help.

Green Savits, LLC

As employment law attorneys, the law firm of Green Savits projects a professional image that speaks to prospective clients. Elements of the design highlight the firm’s expertise on employee advocacy – from a site-wide Verdicts & Settlements section to practice area CTAs on the home page – but the pictures of the attorneys stand out most prominently.

Lawyers at Green Savits frequently update the information on their website with developments in the realm of employment law. In addition to finding out what the attorneys know, prospective clients can also see the people who will be handling their case.

Four virtues drive advocacy at this New Jersey law firm: Expertise, Leadership, Credibility, and Results. Green Savits creates a visual emphasis on each of these values via this website redesign.

Duncan Firm, P.A.

Longtime client Duncan Firm lives by a simple but powerful maxim: "Compassion for People, Passion for Justice." During its website redesign, this Arkansas legal practice made it a goal to highlight the personal connection the attorneys and staff strive to forge with injured people.

Here is a look at how the new custom redesign communicates the Duncan Firm's identity.

Custom photography features prominently throughout the redesigned Duncan Firm website. Images of the attorneys, staff, and their office appear in multiple key locations.

This theme begins with the dramatic outdoor shot of the firm's Little Rock headquarters that adorns the home page. Banners on the internal pages take users inside the office, highlighting the team who represents and works on behalf of personal injury plaintiffs. The "Who We Are" section of the home page offers visitors brief bios of the team members and the opportunity to click and learn more about their backgrounds.

The home page also spotlights some of the major cases Duncan Firm accepts. These next-step graphics use high-quality photos and custom text to draw the eye to select practice areas, explain briefly how the firm can help injured people in the scenarios, then direct them to more specific information.

Duncan Firm introduces a dynamic visual element to the redesigned website via the video section on each page. Titled "How We Do What We Do," this element introduces the firm's custom video library, including client testimonials, media coverage, a look at the practice's injury and accident investigation process, and advertisements featuring founder Phillip Duncan.

Verdicts and settlements are a key element of any legal website design. Duncan Firm used the redesign as an opportunity to transform information generally comprising just numbers into a visual focal point for the site. Headlining the Jury Verdicts section are three custom images showing the attorneys at the firm collaborating together. Below these pictures are custom text discussing the cases in which Duncan Firm achieved multi-million-dollar victories for clients, while sandwiched in between is the eye-popping figure.

Anti Fraud Law Group at Patten, Wornom, Hatten & Diamonstein

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:

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.

Jeffress Law

Christopher Jeffress enjoys many of the same outdoor activities that his clients do, including riding motorcycles and snowboarding the Colorado slopes. Custom photography on the Jeffress Law website features the principal attorney standing with his motorcycle in front of a backdrop comprising the eye-catching Flatirons, as well as Mr. Jeffress interacting with clients.

Accompanying the photos in each banner is a phrase representing the firm's philosophy of personalized, compassionate service to clients. Many aspects of the website also serve clients and prospective clients by providing a seamless user experience.

Notable elements on the home page of the website include a practice areas field containing links, next-step graphics, and brief descriptions of some of the leading types of personal injury claims accepted by Jeffress Law, as well as special sections highlighting verdicts the firm has achieved and reviews from satisfied clients. A bio for Mr. Jeffress briefly describes his background along with four key factors that define his dedication to serving clients.

Each of these sections is accented with a splash of color. Another color that dominates the site is the plethora of tones that make up the mountain landscape of Northern Colorado, which is incorporated into the design through the form inviting users to contact Jeffress Law.

Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers

Users accessing this Ontario law firm's website immediately see the team who will be handling their case. The custom staff photo on the home page doubles as a video link, with the clip opening in a lightbox to grab visitors' attention and tell them how this “caring, passionate, and experienced team” helps clients.

Findlay Personal Injury Lawyers invests extensively in video, and the new design highlights the firm's extensive library through a rotating “Online Resources” section. Users can scroll through the different clips and pull up the option most relevant to their case in the embedded player. Each video features an attorney or experienced staff member answering questions on injury law and providing insight on the recovery process.

Next-step graphics resembling the pictograph style of caution signs guide users to Web content providing further information about auto and premises liability cases, catastrophic injury litigation, and long-term disability. Each page provides visitors with a variety of options, including:

  • Viewing relevant embedded video clips
  • Clicking a CTA to order a free copy of the firm's “It's No Accident” book
  • Reading testimonials from actual clients in the reviews slider


Law Office of Bill Nettles

Having served as both a criminal defense lawyer and U.S. Attorney for the District of South Carolina, Bill Nettles parlays his unique experience in multiple aspects of the design and content of the website for his new legal practice. Foremost among these special features is a “5 Things to Know If You Are Stopped by Law Enforcement” section, which combines knowledgeable insight with an eye-catching design to inform and engage prospective clients.

Custom photography on the site introduces visitors to Mr. Nettles while visuals calls-to-action deliver users to pages discussing the types of cases he tries. These include criminal defense and white-collar/public corruption cases, whistleblower claims, and complex civil litigation.

In his capacity as U.S. Attorney, Mr. Nettles was frequently featured in national coverage of legal matters in South Carolina. The website's media gallery contains links to a selection of the stories in which Mr. Nettles was quoted or interviewed during his tenure as South Carolina's preeminent law enforcement official.


Sklare Law Group, LTD.

The first banner image identifies the Sklare Law Group as “Accident Lawyers Who Can Help.” Subsequent taglines in the new Web design show how this Chicago firm assists clients through principles such as experience, dedication, and compassion.

Users can click the profiles in the Meet Our Attorneys section to learn about the background of each professional at the Sklare Law Group. Custom photos of these attorneys appear in banners on the home page and throughout the site, personalizing the user experience and reinforcing the firm's family focus.

The practice's contingency fee arrangement exemplifies its commitment to accident victims and their families – hence the tagline “No Recovery, No Fee” in the home page banner.

The home page also features several prominent sections linking to information about the major types of cases tried by Sklare Law Group. These include the home page mini-menu in the banner and interactive tiles with a distinctive hexagon shape in the Practice Areas section.

A rotating testimonials block is another key element of the new design, sharing feedback from clients in a digestible format. Sample verdicts and settlements from past cases augment this section.

Whetstone, Perkins & Fulda

Themes of justice play a major role in the new design for the South Carolina law firm of Whetstone, Perkins & Fulda. The home page banner announces that lawyers at the practice are devoted to “Protecting the Rights of the People,” and Lady Justice is featured prominently in other banner images.

The “Meet the Team” section briefly introduces the partners at the firm, while next-step graphics help users access information on major case types including auto accidents, nursing home abuse, medical malpractice, and more. Even more prominent in the design is the Verdicts and Settlements element appearing on the right side of each page.

Whetstone, Perkins & Fulda has years of experience representing clients, with details for nearly 100 different verdicts and settlements provided on the firm website. The design previews several representative results, including the multi-millions of dollars earned on clients’ behalf.

Karl Truman Law Office

A former lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves as well as a personal injury attorney, the tagline for the Karl Truman Law Office is “Count On the Colonel.” This memorable phrase is front-and-center in banners throughout the website, illustrating Mr. Truman’s commitment to client service.

This commitment is visible throughout his firm’s redesigned website. Car accident victims can preserve the integrity of their claim by immediately accessing the “5 Things to Do After a Car Accident” section on the home page, or explore other types of injury cases by perusing the 10 practice area CTAs.

Mr. Truman has embraced multimedia as a way to communicate with clients, and the new design highlights his use of original video. The Featured Videos section previews a few custom clips and links to a gallery with his embedded interviews and appearances on local media.