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Out of state marketing letter

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Specializes in Preop, Med-Surg, Education, Limited Peds. Has 20 years experience.

I am about to send out letters to attorneys in a neighboring state. I would like some suggestions on how to get the idea across in my letter that I can still work from my state for them, be it by snail mail or email. I just can't figure out a good way to word it. I do travel to that state quite often also, so would like to get that in too. Any suggestions? Thanks!

sirI, MSN, APRN, NP

Specializes in Education, FP, LNC, Forensics, ED, OB. Has 30 years experience.

Hello preoprn

Checking in with you. How are things going for you?

preoprn

Specializes in Preop, Med-Surg, Education, Limited Peds. Has 20 years experience.

Hello preoprn

Checking in with you. How are things going for you?

Hi sirI. I am doing great and I have been very busy. I have been doing disability/workers' comp cases. I am finally starting to feel successful. I feel very fortunate to have started my business, however, I always have that fear in the back of my mind that business will stop coming in. Nothing I can do about that I guess!

Hello Preop and Sir1:

I would also be interested in marketing in neighboring states and am facing the same dilemma. Did you find a strategy that worked for you? I would be interested in learning more! My current attorney client mails the medical records to me at my home and then we discuss the case during face-to-face sessions at her office or via telephone. So, I don't think it would be any more difficult working with out-of-state attorneys. Especially since I live in Chicago and am within driving distance of both Indiana as well as Wisconsin and Michigan.

sirI, MSN, APRN, NP

Specializes in Education, FP, LNC, Forensics, ED, OB. Has 30 years experience.

Hello Preop and Sir1:

I would also be interested in marketing in neighboring states and am facing the same dilemma. Did you find a strategy that worked for you? I would be interested in learning more! My current attorney client mails the medical records to me at my home and then we discuss the case during face-to-face sessions at her office or via telephone. So, I don't think it would be any more difficult working with out-of-state attorneys. Especially since I live in Chicago and am within driving distance of both Indiana as well as Wisconsin and Michigan.

Hello,

I just market to out-of-state like I do in-state (send intro letter/marketing packet). F/u with phone call. Majority of the time, all contact via snail mail, email, fax, phone.

Good luck.

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