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Why You Won’t See This Research Triangle, NC Lawyer on TV

For over 34 years, clients have found Don Strickland based on the recommendation of other lawyers. Your family lawyer may have told you about him in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina after you were seriously injured. Another law firm may have sent you to him because your case was too big, too complex, or too expensive.

Maybe you relied on the recommendation of other attorneys—their respect is why Don Strickland is AV-rated in Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™, recognized in Best Lawyers in America, and listed as Super Lawyers in Charlotte Magazine or in a New York Times supplement.

One way you did not discover Don Strickland is through a TV ad.

Why Doesn't Don Strickland Advertise on TV?

He is a trial lawyer. He take cases hoping defendants will realize the harms they have done and pay up quickly. Some do. Most do not. When defendants do not take responsibility for the harms they caused clients, Don Strickland will sue. Going through a lawsuit sometimes convinces a defendant to compensate his client. Most cases settle before trial.

But, there are some defendants who just will not accept responsibility—often these are the big corporations and large insurance companies. Perhaps they figure they have more money and more lawyers and can escape accountability if they just refuse to pay. They may be counting on the injured person giving up or accepting less than fair compensation. For these defendants, the way to make them pay fairly is to take them to trial before a jury.

So, what does this have to do with TV advertising?

The answer is simple. From Don's courtroom work and jury research he knows that many jurors dislike lawyer advertising on television. Too many ads promise huge recoveries for minor injuries. Some of these ads seem to suggest that a lawsuit is a ticket to wealth.

Don believes that these ads may make it harder for deserving clients to get fair compensation for real losses at trial if jurors who dislike lawyer advertising know of the injured person's lawyer from television ads. He does not take that chance with your case, which is why you will not see his firm advertised on TV. Don's clients find him the old-fashioned way—based on his reputation and past results.

So if you were wondering why you have never seen a TV commercial for The Law Office of Donald R Strickland—now you know why.

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There are no legal fees unless you receive compensation for your loss.

Don Strickland never charges any fee for his time and expertise in evaluating a personal injury or a wrongful death case. If he agrees to take your case, he will represent you on a contingency fee basis. This means you pay no legal fees unless he has successfully resolved your case.

Call (919) 701-8132 or contact Don Strickland online to schedule your free consultation.

What Our Clients Are Saying

  • “Don Strickland and his law firm demonstrated both the highest levels of professional skills and the highest levels of interpersonal compassion”

    Former Client

  • “I would recommend Don Strickland highly when facing a personal injury situation. I can't thank everyone enough for their caring and concern.”

    J. S.

  • “Don met the highest standards of professionalism. I recommend Don and his team without qualification.”

    Former Client

  • “He is truly incredible at what he does and I HIGHLY recommend him. I can't thank him or his office enough for what they were able to do for my family.”

    Former Client

  • “We felt truly cared about and became a part of his wonderful family. We can't thank Don and his staff enough for all they did for us.”

    Former Client

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