Power Liens Featured in June Edition of Plaintiff Magazine

June 19, 2013

Power Liens reaches out to over 5,300 attorneys who subscribe to the Plaintiff Magazine.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2013

In the June edition of the Plaintiff Magazine, Power Liens was featured in a full page spread that was delivered to over 5,300 trial lawyers in Northern and Central California. Power Liens is the largest directory of physicians working on a lien and is currently being used by trial attorneys such as Plaintiff subscribers to locate hard-to-find doctor specialties that work on a liens basis.

The goal of this legal publication is to educate its readers on common practice oversights and improve the overall quality of service these attorneys are able to provide. Within the magazine, articles range from “Including an expert in mediation” to “Make them an offer they can refuse [in bad faith]”. The magazine has no ties to any legal professional association and is only concerned with supporting those attorneys who protect the individual´s right to access the civil justice system. Power Liens has become a great resource for attorneys involved in medical cases because of their need to find doctors working on a lien. Because these attorneys work on a contingent basis, only collecting fees on cases they win, attorneys involved in personal injury cases find it very beneficial to refer their clients to doctors working on a lien because this will mean no upfront costs for medical treatment.

Power Liens has become a go-to resource for attorneys and their staffs in Arizona, California, Florida and Illinois. Currently, the directory lists over 4,000 doctors, of over 20 different specialties, all working on personal injury liens. The directory is free to use for attorneys and does not need a log in or sign up. Power Liens also does not get in the middle of cases, they allow attorneys or their clients to connect directly with the doctors on liens and build relationships with them. Power Liens also features a number a doctors that are recognized for their superior knowledge and expertise in the world of personal injury. They are known as “Preferred Providers”.

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