Very fast turnaround time, added little details that made a big difference vs other designers and took the time to think how to make a distinct logo based on the description provided.
How J. Kroot started their logo design journey
Kroot Law, LLC
Two years ago, at age 35, I founded Kroot Law, LLC. I represent individuals and families who have suffered terrible losses as result of personal injury, medical malpractice, or wrongful death. I run a highly ethical and selective law firm. I strives to do everything we can can to help my clients. Historically, I have acheived excellent results for my clients which has included a record setting verdict in just my third year of practice.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My target audience: well educated, but not necessarily well connected, people who have been seriously injured (or know someone who has been seriously injured) by the negligence of otheres. Most of my clients have come from my website or through referrals from other lawyers, friends, and family. They are honest, not necessarily litigious by nature, but feel they have been wronged and want justice. They want to hire the best personal injury or malpractice lawyer they can find in Chicago who will provide them exceptional results and uncommon personal service.
The logo will be used on my webiste, stationary, and business cards. I am open to various color schemes. Howver, I am leaning toward dark blue/grey and white as my primary, if not exclusive, colors with, perhaps, a splash of cream or some other contrasting color. As previously indicated, I would really like something that is strong, clean, and crisp. I generally dislike ornate. Thanks.