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Las Vegas, NV, United States, 2012/02/03 - Personal Injury of Nevada, a Nevada law firm, launched a mobile version of its website to allow clients clear, concise access to its website from smart phones and other mobile devices - PersonalInjuryofNevada.com.
Everything PIN now accessible on smart phones Personal Injury of Nevada, a Nevada law firm, launched a mobile version of its website to allow clients clear, concise access to its website from smart phones and other mobile devices.
“When it comes to relationships between clients and attorneys, it all comes down to immediate access and good communication,” said Farhan Naqvi, managing partner. “With our new mobile site in place, clients with smart phones can find us quickly in a format that is intended to be read from a mobile device.”
Personal Injury of Nevada launched its mobile optimized website to keep up with customer demand and expand its reach to new clients.
“About one half of all local searches are performed on mobile devices,”• said Adam Dukes, creative director of AMD Web Services and the site’s designer. “And as those with smart phones know, a bad experience on a mobile website will leave you much less likely to return to it or recommend it to someone else. We designed the site with three goals in mind: keep it simple, make it easy to call and make it easy to find directions.”
Dukes, who specializes in designing mobile optimized websites, said numbers don’t lie when it comes to smart phones and internet searches. “According to Google, 95 percent of smart phone users look up local information, and of those approximately 60 percent either call or visit the business,” he said.
Personal Injury of Nevada is a boutique law firm founded by Farhan Naqvi. Naqvi has worked in the field of personal injury law for his entire career, first as an insurance defense attorney and then as an advocate for victims of negligent acts. As a litigator in one of Nevada’s largest personal injury law firms, his efforts litigating, arbitrating and mediating cases resulted in compensation to clients totaling millions of dollars.
*Source: Digital Buzz