Posted February 03, 2014

Personal Injury Lawyer Creates Local Super Bowl Ad for the Ages

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This local Super Bowl ad tells the story of how a personal tragedy motivated one man to quit his job, grow a goatee, and take a flaming sledgehammer to the establishment. Injury attorney Jamie Casino does not mess around, and he really loves to hit things with hammers:

[Deadspin]

22 comments
JensenMott
JensenMott

I think he is really smart to be advertising the way he is during the Super Bowl. People search for ads a ton during the bowl because they are a huge part of the culture of the game. I bet he was able to advertise his personal injury firm to a lot of people, local or not. Hopefully the money he put into the ad was worth it!

Jensen | http://www.niagaralaw.ca/practices/personal-injury/

InternetDenizen
InternetDenizen

You guys get he's shooting for his own reality TV show, right?

bjbsav
bjbsav

The best money he has ever spend on advertising. He is all over the news. 

bjbsav
bjbsav

Probably the best mon

RomarioDelLago
RomarioDelLago

Nah, the most ridiculous and offensive ad was the Liberal-slanted Coke song.  Nothing like hearing a beloved American anthem/ballad ruined by having it offensively not sung in its country's primary language (and what should be the "official" national language).  Fail.

Thundrra
Thundrra

Hahahah truly amazing.  I'd never hire the guy, but he makes possibly the best super bowl commercial ever. 

RTR
RTR

Reminds me of the movie My Cousin Vinny.

tfaw
tfaw

wonder when his contract with satan expires?  dude is a freak and using his dead brother and kid is beyond creepy...

Sulkaman
Sulkaman

That seriously made me laugh out loud it was so cheesy.

opaque2
opaque2

Criminal defense attorney, personal injury lawyer. What's next? Used car salesman?

Chuckbert6
Chuckbert6

@RomarioDelLago This song was/is originally a British song - God Save the Queen.  The US changed the words but not the tune.  I think your ire is mis-directed badly.

staminslovian
staminslovian

@RomarioDelLago  It WAS sung in English, in addition to several others. I would also point out that one of the languages used in the ad was Keres, which is a Native American language. America is a land of freedom and opportunity, where people from different backgrounds have come for hundreds of years. To sing "America the Beautiful" in another language says, "I love America. I am proud of my own cultural heritage and America has room for it.." The ad was beautiful and you are racist. 

MarkPost
MarkPost

@RomarioDelLago  What's most amazing is how you cannot even hear how racist you sound.  Or maybe you can and don't care, but in either case you need to just own it.  I don't see you complaining about other songs.  If it's wrong to sing American the Beautiful in anything by English why aren't you pitching a fit about people singing Silent Night in English considering the song was written in German.    To suggest that people singing a song in a different language is somehow offensive is idiotic.  It's a song.  It's not the national anthem (remember "The Star Spangled Banner?" Yeah, that's your national anthem dope not "America the Beautiful") it's just a song.  A beautiful song, but just a song nonetheless and one that clearly sounds just as beautiful in other languages (which you should be celebrating if you care about the song so much because it shows it's so timeless and well-written that it transcends language). So unless you're angry about Japanese business men singing "Rebel Yell" in Japanese in Tokyo karaoke bars you need to just pick your racist a** up and go away.

Aaron44
Aaron44

@opaque2  When the US finally repeals the Sixth Amendment, we'll all be better off.