A free iPhone application being offered by a Florida lawyer makes it especially easy for would-be clients to reach attorney Jason Turchin, send him photographs related to potential tort claims and download free legal advice and forms.
But his My Attorney App has space for users to list additional attorneys and can be customized, for colleagues willing to pay a licensing fee, to provide the same platform for promotion of professional services to other lawyers, reports the Consumer Talk blog of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
A web page developed by Turchin gives more information about the iPhone app, which also fast-tracks users to Turchin’s Twitter and Facebook posts.
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