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Dialysis Lawsuit Video Tells How to Collect Money in a Dialysis Lawsuit

Dialysis Lawsuit Campaign makes legal help available for those with dialysis lawsuits

As I mentioned in a previous post, I’ve teamed up with two litigation firms to file dialysis lawsuits for people who were hospitalized or died after receiving kidney dialysis using GranuFlo or NaturaLyte, or who sustained serious injury or death due to the negligence of a dialysis clinic. We are examining both Fresenius and DaVita Dialysis Clinics.

Dialysis Lawsuit Online Marketing Campaign May Interest Personal Injury Lawyers

I was an early advocate for personal injury lawyers to use video, and later I’ve advocated social media. Dialysis lawsuit site’s currently include Dialysis Lawsuit, Dialysis Lawsuit Attorneys, a Dialysis Lawsuit Facebook Page, a Dialysis Lawsuit Google+ Page which is linked to a Dialysis Lawsuit YouTube channel so that all our videos can be viewed on either YouTube or Google+, and finally, a DialysisLawyer Twitter account. I’ve also recently found that uploading documents, presentations and videos to SlideShare can be a cost-effective way to generate leads. Check out the dialysis lawsuit presentations, videos and documents at the Michael J. Evans SlideShare Page.

By the way, if you visit any of my websites or social media sites, I would certainly appreciate a Google+1, inclusion in your Google+ circles, a Facebook “Like,” etc.

I usually use a video player when I post a video on this blog. This time I’m going to embed a video from SlideShare to give any lawyers who are interested an opportunity to see how videos on SlideShare look.

 


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Because I'm a personal injury lawyer who represents people nationwide in lawsuits involving pharmaceutical litigation (prescription drugs that hurt or kill people), defective medical devices, environmental torts, whistleblower lawsuits, and other serious cases, I'm adding this attorney advertising disclaimer at the end of each post: No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers. The hiring of a law firm is a serious decision that should not be based on advertising alone.  All my cases are generally handled by me and a litigation team of law firms I work with. All lawsuits are handled on a contingency basis. If you don't collect, you don't pay.    

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FDA warns of Hydroxycut liver risks

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning to consumers not to use Hydroxycut products due to the risk of serious liver damage.  The FDA says that “Consumers who use a Hydroxycut dietary supplement and who experience signs of illness associated with liver disease should immediately consult their health care provider.  Symptoms of serious liver disease include jaundice (yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes) and brown urine.  Non-specific symptoms of liver disease can include nausea, vomiting, light-colored stools, unusual tiredness, weakness, stomach or abdominal pain, itching, and loss of appetite.   FDA has also identified several other serious adverse events associated with Hydroxycut, including cases of seizures, rhabdomyolysis (a type of muscle damage that can lead to other dangerous problems, such as kidney failure), and cardiovascular problems, ranging in severity from irregular heart beat to a heart attack.” [Read more…]

10 Internet marketing tips for new lawyers and small firms

The Wisconsin Bar recently published an interesting article with 10 Internet marketing tips for new, small law firms.  While the article is sometimes short on specifics about implementing its suggestions, it is a very good beginning point for lawyers without experience in online legal marketing.  I’m just going to list the 10 headings here without the full text of the article; you can read the full article here.  I’m going to add some explanations/suggestions based on my own experience.

  1. Advertise Online.
  2. Invest in a professionally designed and developed web site.
  3. “Consumerize” your web site.
  4. Incorporate video on your site.  [The articles suggests that you “Develop an introductory video of the managing partner that showcases personality as well as expertise. Post the video on the web (and YouTube) and even consider a TV spot down the road.”  My caveat, if the managing partner doesn’t come across well on video, do not use the managing partner.  Use the lawyer who looks best and comes across as most genuine on video.  If you have to, and your bar regs permit it, hire a professional before you put up a video with a white-faced, stuttering managing partner.  Also, if you can afford it, spend the money to shoot a professional video.  You don’t have to spend a fortune to hire a pro, and the results will be worth the money.   For ideas about using video that aren’t limited to interviews with your managing partner, see my post “Use online video to do things you can’t do on TV.”]
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Two-thirds of prospective clients reportedly begin their search online.

According to a February 16, 2009 LawyersUSAonline.com article, almost two-thirds of potential clients begin their search for a lawyer online. The article doesn’t cite the source for that statistic, but even without a source, I’m convinced that many (if not most) clients begin their search for a lawyer online. One subscription service that provides keyword information (and which shall remain nameless here) says that the top 300 searches for the terms “lawyer” or “attorney” generate over 46,000 searches per day. I’m convinced the number would be even higher if you could capture all attorney/lawyer searches (the subscription service I used stopped at 300 searches for “lawyer” and 300 searches for “attorney”). The point of all this is that lawyers, even sole practitioners, need websites. [Read more…]

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