Brad Weil Retains WSI to Create his New Website
Brad Weil is a California State Bar Certified Bankruptcy attorney located in Carson California. He specializes in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceedings, and has six years of experience in the field. He has successfully handled hundreds of bankruptcy cases so far.
Attorney Brad Weil has a master’s degree in intellectual property. He originally went to law school to basically become an entertainment lawyer. He was going to do trademarks, copyrights and sound tracks. When he completed law school in 2008 and did a one-year LL.M. program, which is a legal masters, he had an epiphany.
According to Attorney Brad Weil “if we’re going to protect the multi-million dollar, multi-billion dollar institutions that are taking advantage of the American people, we’ve got to protect the individual. And that’s when I discovered bankruptcy which, in my opinion, is the one of the most powerful tools against the banks as an individual that you can use. And I just frankly fell in love with it”
Mr. Weil has been performing his own marketing until 2015, when he discovered that his talents can better serve the community if he concentrates on his number one job, being an attorney. At that time he enlisted WSI to create a new website, and now completed, the SEO process will be next.
The website is currently awaiting SEO setup, where the content will be modified to suit the selected key words and phrases, which are to be selected in the near future.
Mr. Weil can be reached through his internet location at http://bradweillaw.com/why-brad- weil/.
WSI is one of the largest digital marketing agencies in the world, with over 1,000 offices in 81 countries. Born in 1995, at the birth of the Internet, we have always been, and always will be, an entirely digital marketing agency. We understand that no two businesses are the same, so we take the time to understand our client’s organization and build campaigns that help achieve their goals.
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