Attorney Advertising Rules in New Hampshire
Accel Marketing Solutions, Inc. takes a multifaceted approach to digital marketing for attorneys. While many online marketing companies use stock templates, regurgitated content, and other means of marketing that, in reality, aren’t much more than the bare minimum, we truly believe in going above and beyond. That being said, strong marketing is worth nothing if it does not know its limits, and this is especially true when it comes to marketing for attorneys. As your digital marketing company, it is our job to ensure your website is always acting in accordance with the New Hampshire Rules of Professional Conduct, which are Model Rules put in place by the American Bar Association. Read on and contact Accel Marketing Solutions today to learn more about how we can help ensure your firm succeeds all while acting within the confines of the law.
How Does New Hampshire’s Bar Rules Affect Me?
You may be working with a marketing company that doesn’t know that there are attorney rules for advertising or you yourself are wondering what is acceptable according to the New Hampshire Bar. We broke down some of those rules below in order to help attorneys and law firms keep their marketing efforts out of hot water.
New Hampshire Rules of Professional Conduct
New Hampshire’s Rules of Professional Conduct set out a wide array of stipulations that our company must abide by to ensure we are always acting in accordance with the law. Some of those rules are as follows:
- Rule 7.1, Communications Concerning a Lawyer’s Services, states that attorneys and their digital marketing companies are prohibited from making any statements that the general public may consider to be false or misleading in any way.
- Rule 7.1 also states that attorneys in New Hampshire may not make any statements that may cause a reasonable person to have certain expectations regarding the outcome of their case. For example, an attorney simply cannot state, “I will win your case!”
- Rule 7.2, Advertising, states that attorneys and law firms in New Hampshire are allowed to advertise and broadcast their services through public media, though they are not allowed to pay clients for recommending their services to other prospective clients.
- Rule 7.4, Communications of Fields of Practice, states that, aside from certain exceptions, attorneys in New Hampshire may not state that they are specialists or experts in their field of law.
Why Should New Hampshire Attorneys Contact Accel?
Accel Marketing Solutions is here to provide attorneys in New Hampshire with the tools they need to thrive online. Just some of the services Accel has to offer are as follows:
- We will build you a custom website design that will demonstrate to prospective clients your firm’s strongest features.
- We will enact comprehensive SEO strategies to help your firm dominate Google, Yahoo, and other prominent search engines.
- Our writers will craft state-specific educational legal content made to convert readers into clients.
- High-quality educational videos to showcase your knowledge and answer FAQs.
- Effective Pay-Per-Click and Remarketing campaign management.
- Reputation management to drastically decrease the impact a negative may have on your firm’s name.
- 24/7 Live Chat to make instant connections with prospective clients at all times. With our Live Chat, you will never miss an opportunity again.