whocanisue.com: Branding the Nation, Next Stop Dallas, TX

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whocanisue.com is coming to Dallas, TX today. The online legal portal has had unbelievable success in South Fl, connecting website visitors with valid legal claims to attorneys able to handle their cases, since its launch in October of 2008. whocanisue.com is branding a name for the best solution on the web if you have a legitimate legal claim.

After a successful soft launch in South Florida, Dallas is a turning point for us. We have made all the necessary operational adjustments to maximize our value-add service and optimize our marketing efforts, thus thrusting whocanisue.com into the national spotlight and creating a prominent national brand

Less than one year after launching their radical new Web site, whocanisue.com is expanding into Dallas, TX, with an aggressive and memorable advertising campaign in one of the largest markets in the country.

The Oct. 7 launch of the multi-million dollar advertising campaign, in the lone-star state, is just a stepping-stone for the company to further expand throughout the US.

On Tuesday, the legally troubled in Dallas began to see the very same TV commercials and newspaper ads seen in Florida that drew 25,000 visits a month, branded with the eye-popping, ironic logo of a lawyer slipping on a banana peel.

The logo is part of an ad campaign residents of Dallas won't soon forget, which is the intention of the Website's marketing specialists.

Since October 2008, more than 250 lawyers have signed on with the site, specializing in, but not limited to; Car Accidents, Foreclosures, Loan Modification, Immigration, Criminal issues, and/ or Employment matters.

Whocanisue.com connects attorneys with website visitors in need of legal assistance in their geographic locale, via a simple online legal portal.

To further assist those visiting the site in hope of a legal revelation, whocanisue.com is loaded with fresh relevant content, to know if they have a claim, recent legal news, case results and million-dollar verdicts.

Anyone driving their car along Interstate 95 in South Florida has seen the billboards hanging over the expressway with the colorful purple, blue, red and green logo. Those billboards and TV spots caught the attention of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, which ran a front-page exclusive on the growing company Oct. 4, one day before the launch into Dallas.

"Mitch Polay, a Fort Lauderdale personal injury and criminal attorney, says colleagues recommended the site, and in the month he's been using it, his phone hasn't stopped ringing," - Missy Diaz, a staff writer for the Sun Sentinel wrote.

Diaz continued in her exclusive that the shock value and catchiness of the site's name, whocanisue.com, is a main reason for the success of the company.

Now, the company that has branded this unique, eye-catching name will market their valuable resources to those in need in the Dallas area.

Nicole Martinez, Vice President of Search and Online Marketing for whocanisue.com, said a successful October 2009 expansion into Dallas, TX is only the next step in making our site the most-visited legal resource to find attorneys in the country.

"After a successful soft launch in South Florida, Dallas is a turning point for us. We have made all the necessary operational adjustments to maximize our value-add service and optimize our marketing efforts, thus thrusting whocanisue.com into the national spotlight and creating a prominent national brand," Martinez said.

For more information, please contact Vincent L. Celentano, President of whocanisue.com, at 561-948-3355

Whocanisue.com Background and History:

Curtis Wolfe launched Whocanisue.com in October 2008, after working as a consultant at a large Miami law firm.

  • Since 2008, more than 250 law firms have signed on to be displayed on the site
  • The site attracts 25,000 viewers each month
  • There are 38 employees at the Boca-based headquarters
  • The site connects thousands seeking legal help to the RIGHT attorney each month
  • The Web site will only connect clients to attorneys, if they have a valid claim via a detailed questionnaire

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