Madison, Wi (PressExposure) December 16, 2009 -- National law firms and co-counsel groups with experience representing injured plaintiffs are encouraged to sponsor their own TV advertising program with LawyerProfit for CAT SCAN INJURIES. Case lead inquiries will be available on a per inquiry or cost per lead basis with an investment as little as $20,000. Leads can be delivered as early as December 21.
The Legal PI TV network is powered by the unsold advertising time on television, cable and radio. The media network was designed for rapid deployment of advertising in acquiring mass tort, class action and personal injury case leads. Large attorney networks and co-counsel law groups can now advertise nationally on TV and cable virtually free. Instead, advertisers pay for only each call or valid lead generated.
The new Per Inquiry TV and Cable network by LawyerProfit is specifically designed to get legal advertising on air more rapidly and with less cost. By aggregating local broadcast TV stations, local cable time and national cable networks, the Legal PI TV network offers a unique platform for lawyer and attorney advertising. Advertisers can get started with as little as a 200 lead deposit. This cost drastically cuts the investment needed to air nationally, compared to television's largest CPA networks.
"This newer Per Inquiry network is speedy and concentrates on broadcast and cable TV. It's perfect for timely offers like CAT SCAN INJURY where the early advertisers end up with lower case acquisition costs. You pay for valid leads or calls delivered each week and a minimal distribution cost. Using our digital distribution, we can have you on air in less than 3 days," says LawyerProfit President, Frank Pournelle.
About Cat Scan Radiation Poisoning CBS News reports there were 70 million CT scans performed in United States in 2007 - up from just 3 million in 1980. One hospital alone may have provided excess radiation to more than 250 patients during their CT scans. A second study suggested by WebMD estimates that about 29,000 future cancers might be caused by the 72 million CT scans done in 2007.