PowerLiens.com is now a trusted resource by the Advocate readers who are searching for a doctor when they are involved in a personal injury matter.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
In this month’s issue, the online directory Power Liens was featured in a full page spread that is to be seen by the Advocate subscribers.
The Advocate magazine is a monthly publication that is circulated to over 9,800+ attorneys in Southern California. In this month’s issue, the online directory Power Liens was featured in a full page spread that is to be seen by the Advocate subscribers.
The Advocate sends out several informative articles to trial attorneys that will help to serve as a knowledge base for these members. Some articles include, “HMO bad faith” and “Insurance strategies for mediation”. These articles are intended to educate the subscribing members with common practice mistakes and strategies to help in contingent cases. Because these attorneys represent plaintiffs on a contingent basis, meaning they only collect on what they win, the Advocate serves as a guide book that produces and archives tips for handling different cases. Along with informative articles, the Advocate allows companies who are crucial to the success of their attorneys to be featured in magazine spreads as they will be a resource by their readers. PowerLiens.com is now a trusted resource by the Advocate readers who are searching for a doctor when they are involved in a personal injury matter. These attorneys appreciate the ease in searching for a doctor on the online directory. Once a day long and tedious task, searching for a lien doctor has been shortened to a couple of seconds by this valuable directory.
Power Liens has become a go-to resource for attorneys and their staffs in Arizona, California, Florida and Illinois. Currently, the directory lists over 4,000 doctors, of over 20 different specialties, all working on personal injury liens. The directory is free to use for attorneys and does not need a log in or sign up. Power Liens also does not get in the middle of cases, they allow attorneys or their clients to connect directly with the doctors on liens and build relationships with them. Power Liens also features a number a doctors that are recognized for their superior knowledge and expertise in the world of personal injury. They are known as "Preferred Providers".