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Date:8/5/2008

Personal injury attorney Mark E. Seitelman announces a major website re-design, aimed specifically toward potential clients, with improved navigability, clear graphics and Plain English.

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 5, 2008 -- Personal injury attorney Mark E. Seitelman announces a major website re-design, aimed specifically toward potential clients, with improved navigability, clear graphics and Plain English.

www.seitelman.com [Seitelman's site] also establishes a new blog, www.seitelman.wordpress.com ["Being Prepared]," which will highlight a wealth of interesting and educational information, geared specifically toward individuals attempting to assess the legal worthiness of their cases. Seitelman will report on relevant cases, rulings, his own firm's challenges and successes. Though blogging is of course the standard in many industries, it's been slower to catch on in the legal arena, so the Seitelman blog is of particular interest and is already attracting a wide variety of readers.

Seitelman, who works on contingency, is known throughout the legal community for caring, respectful, personal attention to clients, as they navigate the legal hurdles involved in obtaining compensation for injury or loss from accident, malpractice or insurance standoffs. With more than 7,000 successfully resolved cases behind them, the experienced and sympathetic Seitelman attorneys and other staff, many of whom are multi-lingual, pride themselves on accessibility to clients, moving cases along as quickly as appropriate, and prudent expenditures.

Seitelman's reputation for excellence and proven track record of high recoveries resulted in his designation, since 2006, as a "Super Lawyer&qu
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