For Attorneys

FMA Basic

Highlight your experience and expertise to potential clients on FindMyAccident. An excellent option for firm's to take advantage of the growing importance of local SEO.

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FMA Professional

Introduce yourself to 1.2 million FindMyAccident visitors and let them know where and how to contact you. Associate your website with the internet's leading accident news site.

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FMA Elite

Maximize your presence and become the state-wide legal contact listed on FindMyAccident’s highly optimized accident news report pages.

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The leads come as promised, customer service is great, and their content ranks extremely well.
Unlike the other web marketing groups I have worked with, FMA really delivers quality leads.

Justin Hill
Ramsey Hill LLP

Introductory pricing available! Call or write to learn more!

All Plans Include

  • Google Maps Integration
  • Custom Accident News
  • Preferred Contact Methods
  • FindMyAccident Member Badge

Questions? We're Here to Help

Why FindMyAccident?

We are a highly ranked accident news site offering a per-state network of customized legal help for 1.2 million visitors seeking local assistance for traumatic accidents.  

Can I list multiple attorneys from my firm?

Yes, as long as they practice inside the state where your firm is located.  

Do you provide discounts if our firm lists multiple attorneys in the Basic or Professional memberships?

Yes. There is a 10% total discount for firms that list 3 or more attorneys in either of these memberships.

Is there a discount for the Elite membership?

Yes. There is a 10% discount for the Elite membership if paid in full at time of purchase.

Can I pay month-to-month?

In most instances, we only allow Elite clients to pay month-to-month. 

Am I required to send an accident report to everyone who asks?

No. We leave this up to your discretion. We understand that there are rare instances when a request is invalid or not possible to fufill. We just ask that you do the best you can to help our visitors.

Did we answer all your questions?

Contact us at support@findmyaccident.com or call us at 1-888-509-1888.

Can I offer my service's to FindMyAccident if I'm not a lawyer?

If you believe you or your organization can help our visitors, we'd love to hear from you. 

What makes FindMyAccident different?

We're not a directory.

We are a fully-curated source for local accident lawyers who want to be made available to local victims. FindMyAccident's journalists work in-house and our accident news is 100% custom. We produce media and content specific to your state. No bankruptcy lawyers, no divorce lawyers, no criminal lawyers, ONLY local accident lawyers.

Why can't I enter my information directly into FindMyAccident's legal community?

Allowing our staff to enter, edit, accept or deny your listing in our legal community ensures a high level of quality control for existing sponsors and, most importantly, our visitors who require your help.

Before you contact us, please read and review our legal community guidelines.

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Name/Firm/Address
Photo
Practice Areas
Verdicts & Settlements
Other Professional Achievements
Video Integration
Contact
Link To Lawyer’s Website
Phone/Email Link
Links to Additional Blogs
Email Contact Form
Request A Police Report Form
Social
Lawyer’s Facebook Feed
Lawyer’s Twitter Feed
LinkedIN
Social Media Share Buttons
SEO
On/Off Page Optimization
Google Map Integration
FMA
FMA RSS Feed Per State
FMA Badge
Featured on Accident News Pages

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FindMyAccident appreciates your visit to our web site, and we hope you find the help you need. Our site is provided for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. Should you choose to contact an attorney advertiser listed on FindMyAccident (via E-mail or other means of communication), do not disclose information you regard to be confidential until the attorney verifies that his or her firm does not represent other persons or entities involved in the matter and that the firm is willing to consider accepting representation.

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