You win personal injury cases. We find them for you.
Online marketing is a must for successful law practices. Click-to-Case makes it easy.
Click-to-Case data-driven marketing technology is based on crunching the numbers on actual online searches for attorneys and successfully litigated personal injury cases. It combines online marketing and offline screening of inquiries for a complete legal marketing solution.
Starts with a click. Ends with a case.
We align 100% of our interests with yours. We win when you win.
Click-to-CaseTM Guarantee: Don’t Pay Us Until You Win.
We believe it is a conflict of interest to represent multiple attorneys competing for the same client base.
We only partner with one personal injury firm per geographic region.
Find out if we cover your jurisdiction.
We are selective about who we’ll work with and are proud to admit it.
We have developed technology that turns digital advertising for lawyers into a science. Commercials are quickly becoming a thing of the past – and we’re focused on the future. Using Search Engine Marketing and Social Media, our technology platform is paving the way for the next generation of successful personal injury attorneys.
Using millions of data points collected over the past 3+ years, we’ve developed a complete web/mobile communications platform specifically for plaintiffs’ attorneys. Our platform allows us to reliably predict the return on your advertising investment – cases generated. Unlike traditional hit-or-miss “lead generation”, we focus on driving cases not clicks, and our proprietary technology allows us to make that process repeatable.
We know that time is of the essence for many marketing campaigns,. To address this need, we often launch our multi-state/multi-channel case generation campaign in less than 24 hours.
Our team is smart, nimble and excited to move on these types of opportunities. Our technology identifies the appropriate data points to determine if such an investment is worthwhile.
If there is a breaking public safety issue, product recall, or current event you would like to target, let Lawfty Click-To-Case™ drive success for you.
Target: Our predictive model allows us to focus on the keyword, time of day, device, and geography that your audience is in.
Filter: Our filter (i.e. trained legal staff) answers the phones and online submissions 24/7, so only highly qualified cases make it to your attention.
“Lawfty has been an integral part of our firms growth and success. They are on the cutting edge!”
“Lawfty is an amazing resource for my law office. The staff is very efficient and professional. Most importantly the results are almost instantaneous. I would recommend them to any firm out there looking for more business.”
“Lawfty is an innovator. Essner and Kobin, LLP’S affiliation with Lawfty has elevated our practice to heights never thought possible. Todd and Mike are titans to be in the world of legal advertising.”
“Lawfty has turned the acquisition of personal injury cases into a science. They are the first vendor we’ve worked with that can reliably predict how many cases we’ll get based on the ad dollars we spend. We plan on working with Lawfty for many years to come and enthusiastically support their innovative and data driven approach toward connecting us with our next client.”
“I have enjoyed working with Lawfty. I am pleased with the volume of cases as well as the quality of the cases. The cost per lead and cost per case is outstanding. They are prompt and thorough in dealing with the potential cases. I look forward to working with them in the years to come.”
Located in New York and San Francisco, we are where Law Meets Technology.
Todd has worked for a global investment bank, for several political candidates, and for local, regional, and international law firms as a litigator. Todd’s interests lie at the intersection of business, law and technology and how to most effectively combine the three disciplines to better the practice of law. These interests led Todd to create Lawfty with co-founder, Michael Terry (the "tech guy"). Todd has an undergraduate business degree from Emory University and a law degree from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis. He is licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey, and the District of Columbia (plus several Federal Courts). Todd and his wife live on Long Island with their daughter.
We like to refer to Mike as our "Rocket Scientist." Mike spent nine years in industry developing high performance systems and radar signal processing algorithms for Silicon Graphics and Raytheon. Since then, Mike has led web and mobile technology development teams for two startups: Fashion Forward Group and SeeTheScene.TV. Mike and Todd started Lawfty after realizing there was a hole in the culture of law, and a perfect demand for their skill sets. Together, they are changing the way lawyers use technology and data to acquire new clients. Mike holds both an Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degree from M.I.T., and lives in San Francisco with his wife and dog.
Nathan embodies the rare combination of law and technology. Nathan holds a law degree from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis and an undergraduate degree in computer science from Centre College. We used to think that such a combo was oxymoronic, but Nathan has proved us wrong. Nathan’s ability to talk the talk and walk the walk to both the legal and tech communities has made Nathan an invaluable member of Lawfty’s growing team. Nathan is a former collegiate swimmer, a sports fanatic and a native of the Bay Area.
Chase is a legal technology enthusiast, backyard mechanic, and all-around DIY guy. Chase earned his law degree from Michigan State University College of Law where he became passionate about legal technology and innovative business models that can help the public access legal services. At Lawfty, Chase is at the front line of this problem. By leveraging Lawfty’s technology, Chase is able to interact with clients and help them connect with the legal services they desperately need. When Chase isn’t helping clients access legal services, he is most likely spending time with his best friend “Stan” -- a border collie mix he rescued his first year of law school - or watching his beloved St. Louis Cardinals.