Got Hurt? Forget The Silly Lawyer Ads....

Got Hurt?  Forget The Silly Lawyer Ads....

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I watched about 20 minutes of Judge Judy, and I saw 11 lawyer commercials.  11!  In 20 minutes!  And they all say essentially the same thing – Call me!  I’m THE Injury Lawyer, and I’ll vigorously fight for you!  FREE consultations!  No fee unless you get paid!  Blah, blah, blah. 

Have you ever seen a lawyer advertisement that says “I graduated last in my law school class!”  Or “I failed the bar exam 5 times!”  Perhaps “I’ve never tried a case, but I’ve settled lots!”  What about “I’ll refer you to a better, more qualified lawyer than me!”  No?  Me neither.  And why haven’t we seen such lawyer advertisements?  Don’t answer.  That was a rhetorical question.

How do these “Call me because I’m super awesome, will vigorously fight for you, and I offer a FREE consultation” lawyer advertisements actually help you find the right lawyer for you?  They don’t.  And they’re not necessarily designed to.  They’re designed to get your attention.  They’re designed for name recognition.  They're designed to deliver a simple message so often that you can’t forget it, or who said it (so you’ll call when you do need a lawyer).

Truth is, every lawyer is different.  We all have different training, different styles, different experiences, different points of view, and, most importantly, different skills.  Before hiring a lawyer, you owe it to yourself to sift through all the fluff to find the right lawyer for your case.  I'll tell you how to do just that in this easy-to-read guide.  I'll even give you the questions you should ask lawyers when you interview them.

Forget the silly lawyer advertisements.  Do a little research, ask a few good questions (see Chapter 6), and the lawyer you choose – even if it’s not me – will be the right lawyer for you. 

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