Thursday, December 8, 2016


According to study released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for Legal Reform, Tampa Bay has been identified as having the most trial lawyer ads on television in the country. A spot count of ads run on television in major metros since the beginning of the year has put Tampa Bay first with a grand total of 164,781 ads. Coming in a close second was Orlando with 142,607. A Tampa Bay Times article written by columnist Robert Trigaux called Central Florida “ground zero for saturation TV advertising.

Television advertising does not come cheap for these attorneys, either. As many Floridians are undoubtedly familiar, “For the People” personal injury firm Morgan & Morgan’s ads dominate the airwaves to the tune of $24 million per year. They are one of many Florida law firms paying big money to hammer their brand not only on TV, but everywhere you look, from billboards to public buses.

Read more about this story via the Tampa Bay Times.

Some injury attorneys believe that the best way to gain the trust of clients is to bury them in a barrage of advertising everywhere they look. Others rely on building a reputation for themselves based on earning the trust and respect of clients and other lawyers alike. The latter is the approach we at The Florida Law Group like to take. We feel that our knowledge, skill, and more than 100 years of collective experience speak for themselves, and our thousands of satisfied clients agree.

Not many firms, even those who spend millions on advertising, boast board certified attorneys. Attorney Chris Limberopoulos of The Florida Law Group is a Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist certified by The National Board of Trial Advocacy. While many of the lawyers you see on TV resolve the majority of their cases outside of the courtroom, our team is not afraid to take your case to court if it means you might receive more in compensation. This client-focused approach allows us to better serve the needs of injury victims throughout Florida.

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