Use all 16 commercials... or choose the tracks that best suit your needs.
We can also record your customised tag for a small extra fee.
If you prefer, we can devise a complete customised campaign; a tailored solution for your firm and your region.
Lawyers On Air is an Australian radio marketing service designed to help lawyers get the most out of their advertising dollar.
We supply a series of customised radio commercials exclusive to your practise and the radio stations in your region, licensed for 12 months.
There are 16 commercials, designed with a 20" set up with a 10" tag for your law firm's information and contact details to make them 30" commercials. Each spot has been professionally written and produced with results in mind, using concepts that have proven successful in other markets.
There are 2 examples below. Click on the links below to hear how it could work for your practice.
General (6 Tracks)
"When Only a Lawyer Will Do": Designed to promote free Saturday Morning Clinics
"Lawyer in the Family": An all purpose track to promote almost any aspect of your services.
"Curly Ones": Designed to promote a free legal clinic or phone advice.
* "Specialist": This was designed to promote the Accredited Specialists in your practice.
"Web": Many firms have their own website promoting services and distributing helpful information. Now you can tell people about your site.
"Game Show": Designed to promote a legal advice phone hotline.
** Personal Injury & Compensation (10 Tracks)
"Swimming": Workers Compensation
"Snoring": Car Accident Compensation - Male & Female Versions
"Massage": Public Liability - Male & Female Versions
"Someone in Your Corner" - PI & Workers Compensation
"Why Would You Need a Lawyer": General & Workers Compensation
"Life at the end of the Tunnel": Workers Compensation - Male & Female Versions
"Owww Ohh": Workers Compensation
* (There have been changes to legislation in some states relating to Personal Injury and Workers Compensation. This commercial falls within the new guidelines)
** (NB: Certain tracks may not be suitable in some States, due to PI advertising legislation)