The other day I was working with our Internet people and had to put time into our Google+ page, Pasternak & Zirgibel S.C. - Wisconsin Personal Injury Lawyers.
While there, I perused various Wisconsin personal injury attorneys' Google+ pages and came across a page for Gruber Law Offices, LLC, which, as I referred to in the previous post, currently saturates Milwaukee with personal injury law firm advertising. Based on the reviews I read on Gruber Law Offices Google+ page, it seems the firm ought to refocus its efforts. In fact, the two Gruber reviews at Google+ are so horrible and make awful allegations that I will not reprint them. For the record, I have no personal experience with that law firm other than what I see on T.V. I'll also say that I've seen Wisconsin injury lawyers go the other way and load up review sites with nothing but glowing reviews (if it sounds too good to be true, it is).
Like all forms of opinion and advertising, take this Gruber thing with a grain of salt. Instead, any consumer hunting for a Wisconsin lawyer ought to use independent sources like Best Lawyers in America (Wisconsin Best Lawyers), Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings (AV® Preeminent™), and Super Lawyers (Wisconsin Super Lawyers). For a personal injury attorney, also make sure that the lawyers are active members of The American Association for Justice and Wisconsin Association for Justice.
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Addendum: It looks like after this post Gruber Law Offices went to great lengths to get "rave" reviews. It's interesting for sure, and pretty consistent with what we all know about the web, you get what you pay for. That said, my last paragraph definitely still stands. See also my recent post on personal injury mills.