The Chattanooga Times Free Press has a place on its editorial page where identified readers can submit their opinions on any topic not to exceed 200 words.
In the June 6, 2019 edition, a citizen in the Brainerd area expressed the following view about attorney advertising:
“As I enter in my early ‘80’s, I never thought I would die from being annoyed to death by back-to-back lawyer commercials on TV. If they are so insecure about attracting clients that they have to spend thousands (millions) to advertise, I cannot help from wondering how competent they are. Other firms have successful practices without much advertising. I can remember when it was unlawful for professionals to advertise. When it was lawful, it was considered unethical. Oh, for the good old days”.
Thank you, Mr. J.W. Don Quixote Summers is proud to have you as a member of the one-sided crusade to at least remove “deceptive” practices from the lawyer ads.
I encourage you to buy local products and hire local, reputable attorneys!
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