Doug Zanes to Carry Out ‘Legal Minute’ Segment on KOLD
- Doug Zanes
- April 30, 2014 Company News
Tucson, Ariz. (April 30, 2014) – Leading Southern Arizona injury law firm Zanes Law announces a partnership with KOLD News 13 as sponsor of the “Legal Minute” segment to air Mondays during the 6 a.m. newscast. The first segment, which is scheduled for May 5, will feature law firm CEO/Responsible Attorney, Doug Zanes discussing the importance of ample car insurance.
“Drivers must be aware of all of the consequences when they’ve been in an accident, especially if they’ve been injured or their property is damaged by someone else,” said Doug Zanes. “We find it extremely important to educate Tucson and the surrounding communities about topics that we’ve encountered and are looking forward to discussing a variety of subjects over the next few months on KOLD’s ‘Legal Minute’ segment.”
Established in 2003, Zanes Law is an 11-year firm with five offices, a track record of success on behalf of their clients, and 50 years of combined injury law experience. With offices in Tucson and Phoenix, Zanes Law guarantees that clients do not pay for services until the case is settled.
For more about Zanes Law, please visit ZanesLaw.com. To interview Doug Zanes, please call the contacts listed at the bottom of this release.
ABOUT ZANES LAW
Zanes Law is an 11-year injury law firm in Southern Arizona, with a large practice in motor vehicle accidents and other injury cases. Founded in 2003, the firm is led by Doug Zanes, CEO/Responsible Attorney, and Claudia Zanes, Director of Business & Marketing (Non-Attorney). Its attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience in personal injury law. Zanes Law has three offices in Tucson and two in Phoenix, and prides itself on strong community involvement. More information is available by calling (888) 894-0135 or visiting ZanesLaw.com.
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