US Lawyer Texas Law Hawk Advertises His Services with Bikes and Wheelies

If you believe that all lawyers are a bunch of rich guys living the good life and not caring about anything, guess what: there are a lot of guys who are working quite hard to make a living, even with such a job. Since there are so many lawyers around, sometimes, one has to stand from the crowd... and advertise.
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Now, there are so many products that can be advertised quite effortlessly, using some of their characteristics, prices and similar features. Still, when it comes to law services, things get stuck.

Mr. Wilson decided to play the fun card with this commercial. Regardless of how funny or crazy you think this is, it may turn out that the solution was a good one. And that is because you will most likely remember this weird video and possibly think about sharing it with your friends, and some of them will do the same.

Definitely, mission accomplished, isn't it? If Wilson decided to shoot and upload a boring video like those that plague search results on YouTube for "motorcycle accident," you'd have closed the tab after two seconds, right?

Some of you will enjoy this wacky commercial, while some of you will simply say that it is very silly, borderline to ridiculous, but the chances are that you speak about it with someone else, and this means that it has served its purpose.

As for the shouting, wrestling-style talking, all the martial poses and the presence of a small-displacement bike, it's hard to say anything. They all seem crazy elements integrated into a crazy scenario, and this makes them, in a way, perfect for the task.

This video is listed as "Commercial 3" and we were dying to see what happened in the first two, but we haven't been able to find them, so this one will have to do. Should we say "enjoy"?

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