Car and Vehicle Wraps Are an Inexpensive Way to Brand Your Personal Injury Law Firm
What’s an inexpensive way to brand your personal injury law firm? Car wraps.
Whether you wrap your own personal car or pay for other people to drive with your advertising, a car wrap is a cheap way to create branding.
There are many ways you can wrap cars and other vehicles to brand your personal injury law firm. I’ve seen lawyers driving a wrapped Cadillac SUV, a Bentley convertible, and many other luxury and normal cars.
A 1-800-HURT-911® lawyer even has a wrapped ambulance.
I ordered a Tesla Cyber Truck early on, and I will wrap it with 1-800-HURT-911® when I get it.
Of course, you can pay to have people drive around with your wrap and pay professional drivers like Uber and Lyft drivers.
You can also pay to wrap buses and other vehicles.
Car Wrap — Free Billboard Advertising For Lawyers
SUV Wrap — Free Billboard Advertising For Lawyers
Billboards on Uber, UberEats, Lyft, and Grubhub Cars
Get seen in the neighborhoods where you want to be seen on Uber, UberEats, Lyft, and Grubhub cars. Many people use Uber and Lyft to go to doctors. This video shows a partial wrap. Full wraps with front and back are also available.
Rear Window Signs
Advertising with perforated vinyl rear window signs on cars is an inexpensive way to get serious branding for a personal injury lawyer.
Bus Wraps For Lawyers Are a Full-Size Mobile Billboard
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Philip L. Franckel, Esq., is the author of this article.
Phil Franckel is the owner of 1-800-HURT-911® and over 1,100 domain names. He is a personal injury lawyer and a former Member of the Board of Directors of the NYS Trial Lawyers Association. He is an expert in branding, advertising, marketing, and SEO. He has been doing SEO since 1994.
Phil Franckel has written and produced TV commercials for lawyers and other industries and has been a consultant to businesses, including several using vanity phone numbers. Phil writes a blog about lawyer advertising at LawyerAdvertisingBlog.com.
Phil Franckel began a mail order business in 8th grade, bought and sold coin-operated amusement games in 10th grade, and a used car business in 12th grade through college. After law school, he worked in the wholesale diamond business and part-time for a TV production company. Later, while a lawyer at a large personal injury law firm, he worked part-time for ABC Wide World of Sports and ABC Monday Night Baseball.
Phil Franckel then started a personal injury law practice and is a former member of the Board of Directors of the NYS Trial Lawyers Association.
In his spare time, Phil Franckel became an Aux. Police Cadet in 12th grade and is the Commanding Officer of the Communications Bureau, NCPD Aux. Police Section.