Anyone Here Specialize in Law Firm Leads?

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Long shot, but thought someone here might be into this niche.

I've got a decent idea that could potentially generate a lot of law firm leads.

In terms of "class action" or multiple plaintiffs, is each person considered a single lead.

For a ridiculous example, let's say I gave a law firm a group of 1,000 people who wanted to sue a particular company (and the complaint was legit). Would they pay for 1000 leads?
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
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    Would they pay for 1000 leads?
    You don't think it would be a better idea to ask them??

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    I wouldn't waste your time doing such without a deal in place.

    I suspect that it will be a hard sell.
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    I would talk to a lawyer and ask this question.

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  • Profile picture of the author grandetourer
    Google "Martindale"

    Law Firm Leads by Practice Area. (Lawyer Favorite) 100,000+ Leads.
    Types: DUI Clients, Bankruptcy Clients, Workers Comp Clients, Personal Injury Client
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  • Profile picture of the author G00GLESLAPPED
    I offer this service on Linkedin - 1000 clients would necessitate a custom agreement.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
    Originally Posted by jakethree View Post


    For a ridiculous example, let's say I gave a law firm a group of 1,000 people who wanted to sue a particular company (and the complaint was legit). Would they pay for 1000 leads?
    Nope...not the established ones I know .

    I've been in this space. How its done in my experience is they pay for the actual client signed (pretty good pay too). Sounds like you are talking about a class action. They don't pay for each party of a large class action - not in my experience.

    So its a VERY good business but not just for leads AKA names and numbers but actual clients.
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