Blog Contributions

//Blog Contributions

Our Truth Legal Blog is fast becoming the ‘go to’ destination for expert free legal advice. We pride ourselves on being able to offer detailed, factual and jargon-free articles that we hope will help people in their quest for justice and understanding how the claim process works.

We have a team of writers at our Harrogate law firm that help to contribute to the Blog and we value their input. Their time is limited, of course, as anyone who works in law will appreciate. That’s why we have decided to open up a small part of our Blog to external contributors to help ensure we have regular articles being published that continue to offer expert advice to our readers.

blog contributions

Would you like to contribute to our blog?

We are welcoming content enquiries from anyone who works in or is involved with a business that is relevant to the legal sector. Business, finance, health and wellbeing are some of the categories we would be interested in publishing. We’re looking for experts in their field.

The content you supply us must be well-written and not have been published elsewhere. When you reach out to us we’ll discuss your topic ideas, our requirements, and then work with you to generate a really insightful, useful piece of content that our readers will get value from.

As a law firm, we are very careful about what we publish and seen to be promoting. We will not accept ANY content that is deemed to be irrelevant to the legal sector, blatant promotional content or duplicated content.

We welcome content ideas from the US. We receive a number of visitors to our blog from the US and are happy to publish content relevant to our US readers as well as our UK readers.

Please contact us for our advertising rates – please email marketing@truthlegal.com

By | 2019-04-23T10:10:40+00:00 August 17th, 2018|Guest Authors|

About the Author:

Andrew Gray
I launched Truth Legal in 2012 to provide the most caring, ethical and brilliant personal injury law representation. Usually personal injury claims are a good thing, modifying negligent behaviour, shifting the financial burden off the state and reducing future injuries. I also represent people who have been poorly treated at work. I’m proud that my team give away countless hours of free legal advice.