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Win One of Four Amazon Kindles
Win One of Four Amazon Kindles

As a token of our appreciation for our valued clients, we're giving away four Amazon Kindles this holiday season. Each Kindle will have a pre-loaded copy of our new book, Personal Injury Law for Dummies.

And you have two ways to win!

Contest for Facebook Users If you use Facebook, sign in and click the "Like" button at the top of this page. By indicating that you "like" the PWA Facebook page, you'll be automatically entered to win one of two Kindles. It's that simple.

Contest for Non-Facebook Users If you're not a Facebook user, no worries, just fill out the form below. You'll be entered into a separate contest where we'll be giving away two additional Kindles. That's four in total!

Why not enter both contests and double your chances to win?

Kindle Contestant Form
Personal Injury Law for Dummies PLUS SIGN UP HERE TO RECEIVE A FREE GIFT FROM US

We couldn't be more proud about the publication of our book
Personal Injury Law for Dummies.

To celebrate, we're giving away a FREE copy of the book to the first 500 friends who fill out the form below. If you qualify,
someone from the Parker Waichman Alonso offices will be in touch with you via email to see where you would like us to send your free book.

FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY
(First 500 to Sign Up)
KINDLE CONTEST RULES

Contest Details PWA is giving away 4 free Amazon Kindle WIFI wireless reading devises. Two winners will be randomly selected from entrants who have indicated they "like" the PWA Facebook page.
Two winners will be selected from entrants who fill out the contestant form will win a FREE Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi.

Prize Eligibility Only persons who are at least 18 years of age can enter.

Sweepstakes Starts December 17, 2010 @ 12:01 pm (ET)

Sweepstakes Ends January 10, 2010 @ 12:01 pm (ET)

Redemption Redemption of prizes will be contingent on response from winners claiming prize within 30
days of receiving notification email. Notification emails will be sent to winners at the
conclusion of the sweepstakes.

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and your case has been accepted by us. Prior results do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any future matter. Attorney Advertising.