ATRA says attorneys spent $1.5 million on TV ads in West Virginia in three months

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The American Tort Reform Association has released a report showing that attorneys spent $1.5 million from July through September on television advertisements in West Virginia.   ATRA found that viewers […]


The American Tort Reform Association has released a report showing that attorneys spent $1.5 million from July through September on television advertisements in West Virginia.

 

ATRA found that viewers saw approximately 38,200 advertisements for local legal services in the third quarter. In addition, viewers were also exposed to $71 million worth of national legal services ads.

 

Read more in the West Virginia Record

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