Get More Clients Signed With a TSEG Campaign
Aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF) is effective at extinguishing dangerous fires. Unfortunately, it also contains toxic chemicals that endanger the environment – and human health. Numerous firefighters, military veterans, and private citizens have filed lawsuits against the manufacturers of this product after developing illnesses such as kidney cancer, liver damage, and thyroid disease.
TSEG can help your firm generate leads for firefighting foam mass tort cases and turn them into signed clients. We have the experience to create a marketing plan that will help you reach, connect with, and convert potential claimants. Firefighting foam victims need an experienced law firm they can trust. By creating clear, targeted messaging and deploying a data-driven campaign, we’ll let claimants know that you’re that law farm.
Call us at (512) 394-7234 today to find out more about our lead generation and marketing campaign services or get a free estimate.
The Dangers of Firefighting Foam
AFFF contains substances that repel water, grease, and oil. Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) are both found in firefighting foam and could lead to adverse side effects and medical conditions, such as:
- Kidney cancer
- Ulcerative colitis
- Testicular cancer
- Thyroid disease
- Autoimmune diseases
- Liver problems
Unfortunately, PFOS and PFOA don’t break down in the environment. They contaminate everything around it, including people, animals, and groundwater. When you come in contact with it, it can get into your bloodstream through ingestion, absorption, consumption, or inhalation. The hazardous chemicals accumulate in the body, causing various health problems.
Creating a Mass Tort Campaign
3M Company began manufacturing and distributing AFFF in the 1960s. Lawsuits filed against them claim that they were aware of the dangers PFOS and PFOA could cause. Despite knowing that firefighters and other individuals were at risk of developing life-threatening diseases, they continued distributing their products without adequate warning labels.
When you’re creating a campaign to gain new mass tort clients for firefighting foam lawsuits, you need to make sure you’re targeting the right people. You should understand their online behavior and how to draw them to your website. Individuals most at risk of AFFF exposure include:
- Chemical plant workers
- Military members
- Airport workers
- People living near a military base or area where there’s firefighting foam contamination
TSEG will review your current marketing and advertising strategies to determine what is and isn’t working. We’ll develop content and create a digital marketing plan that increases your online visibility and convinces potential clients that they should hire you.
We’ll create targeted messaging for your AFFF marketing campaign that promotes engagement, and we’ll closely monitor your campaign data to identify the ads and platforms that work best for your firm. We’ll always make sure we’re spending your ad budget on the most effective channels to ensure we’re reaching the right potential clients with the right messaging.
At TSEG, we’ll also use methods to ensure excellent placement on search engines, so you stand out among the competition. We’ll optimize your Google search results and your PPC (Pay-Per-Click) campaign so that your website appears at the top of the search results.
Contact Us for a Free Estimate
During our initial meeting, we’ll review your budget and any advertising campaigns you’re currently using. We can work on a plan that is cost-effective yet yields successful results.
We know the primary goal of any mass tort campaign is to turn leads into actual clients that sign with your law firm. You can count on the team at TSEG to help you accomplish that. For help with your firefighting foam mass tort campaign, call us at (512) 394-7234.