When an accident happens, victims are often unsure of where to turn for help. Many choose to hire an attorney to assist them with collecting compensation for damages. This raises the question of how accident victims choose their attorneys, and the answer for many is advertising.
The Norfolk Personal Injury Lawyers with Lowell “The Hammer” Stanley recently got a nod for their advertising style in a recent podcast. In fact, the hosts of the series declared some of the firm’s ads worth of placement in the legal advertising record books.
99% Invisible’s host, Roman Mars, talked about Stanley’s use of flaming cars and explosions in his ads as a practice once prohibited by the American Bar Association. That restriction was lifted by a Supreme Court ruling stating that lawyers have the same rights to free speech as anyone else.
Lowell “The Hammer” Stanley and his team of attorneys are proud to take their place in legal advertising history books, and they encourage the public to stay aware of our media appearances by checking our Legal & Firm News.
A high-speed Virginia Beach motorcycle accident has left one man dead.
The Daily Press reports that a 37-year-old was driving his Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle down London Bridge Road in Virginia Beach and was struck by a Lincoln Town Car.
The 37-year-old motorcycle driver was thrown from his motorcycle, and the Virginia Beach man driving the Lincoln Town Car is being charged with driving under the influence.
More Virginia Beach people are seen on motorcycles as the weather continues to get warmer. Do you think Virginia Beach motorcyclists are safe? What are some of the biggest safety issues for Virginia motorcyclists?
If you or someone you know has been involved in a Virginia Beach auto accident, the auto accident lawyers at Lowell Stanley can help.
A 20-year-old woman who was injured in a car accident was left in critical condition in a Roanoke, Virginia, hospital.
The woman was taken to Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital after the accident that happened at the intersection of U.S. 58 and Carver Road. According to the Martinsville Bulletin, she was driving an Isuzu Trooper that hit a tree past the intersection.
The article reported that four others were in the car when the Roanoke auto accident happened. A Virginia State Police Trooper said the 20-year-old appeared to be the most seriously injured.
With spring break travel at its peak, what precautions will you take to ensure the safety of you and your family?
The Washington Post reported the family of a 52-year-old man is unable to file a Virginia wrongful death law suit against the police department or any other type of lawsuit.
The man was shot and killed by a police office last November for suspicious of having a weapon after he was stopped by the police for running a red light. The family wants to file a Virginia wrongful death suit for this incident.
There are special state rulings that allow certain beneficiaries to file a Virginia wrongful death suit, and they were not named in the man’s will, which prevent them from doing so.