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Articles about lawyer advertising, on this web site, may be freely reproduced without permission (however, please let me know) in whole or in part or redistributed via any means, as long as the author’s byline is included as follows:

Philip L. Franckel, Esq. is President of 1-800-HURT-911, Inc., founder of www.HURT911.org and publishes the www.Lawyer-Advertising-Blog.com

If published on the internet, you must provide both links.  If published in some other form of media, you print or otherwise publish both URLs.

The only graphic images which may be used without permission are images of our television commercials with the telephone number 1-800-HURT-911 appearing on the image, such as the one above.

HURT911, HURT-911 and 911HURT are trademarks owned by Philip L. Franckel, Esq. 

1-800-HURT-911, Inc. retains copyright ownership of all materials it created.

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About the author:  Philip L. Franckel, Esq., is President of 1-800-HURT-911, Inc., an advertising agency for personal injury lawyers. Mr. Franckel personally built www.HURT911.org, which together with its matching 1-800 vanity number, 1-800-HURT-911, has become a valuable brand. The website, also addressable from 1800HURT911.com and many other domain names, is the largest personal injury research web site on the internet with many thousands of unique visitors per month. Mr. Franckel is an expert on advertising, 1-800 vanity telephone numbers, web site design, search engine optimization and internet key word bidding. Mr. Franckel has been a personal injury lawyer since 1989, a former Member of the Board of Directors of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association, and has extensive business experience in many other diverse businesses including diamond manufacturing (cutting), jewelry manufacturing, insurance and advertising. Mr. Franckel previously worked in television production on TV commercials such as Diet Coke, American Airlines, Bayer Aspirin and Fuji Films with Illustra Films Worldwide and with ABC on Monday Night Baseball and Wide World of Sports. While in college, Mr. Franckel worked as an investigator with the U.S. Department of Justice and and is currently an Auxiliary Police Officer with the Nassau County Police Department where he has volunteered, since high school.