He then adds: "I'm attorney Jamie Casino, and I don't represent villains anymore. I speak for innocent victims who cannot speak for themselves. Casino called the commercial a half movie trailer and half rock video. The veteran of many local spots Casino said it was not as expensive to shoot as some would think. Though he declined to reveal figures, Casino said he owns his own camera and a crew took three days to shoot the ad.
He then worked with an editor for three weeks to complete it. He said he originally planned a 1-minute commercial for the Super Bowl that would take on a humorous tone like the traditional ads. When he finished the project he said he embarked on a "street brawl" with local FOX affiliate WTGS to get a full 2 minutes of ad time, a highly ambitious task considering local stations have very few spots for local advertisers and are faced with a high demand.
Casino said he is a frequent advertiser on the station and only got the full 2-minutes after threatening to pull all his other ads for the entire year if he didn't receive the time slot. The attorney said people have asked why didn't just make a clear Public Service Announcement with him introducing himself and stating clearly into a camera what happened with his brother.
But Casino said the NFL has rules about its ads and he had to sneak in the message or else he didn't think it would run. The NFL did prohibit an advertisement from a gun manufacturer in Georgia because it violated its rules. It makes it more appealing. People like movies and it looks like a movie trailer," he said. Though it aired on the small affiliate the video has now been seen by millions as the commercial went viral — a concept Casino admits he doesn't understand. My wife does our Facebook page.
At first the attention made Casino feel paranoid, but he said the support from so many people has been very gratifying. I wouldn't have been able to live that down. Skip to content. Georgia personal attorney Jamie Casino ran a super bowl commercial telling his personal story in a motion picture worthy production.
To avenge his brother, Jamie Casino picks up a flaming hammer to smash injustice. The Savanah, Ga. And he is determined to protect their innocence. Jamie Casino promises his commercial will be a hit in his second promo. Jaimie Casino via YouTube. By the hammer of justice! Jamie Casino uses the sledgehammer in many of his commercials to demonstrate his commitment.
Jamie Casino remembers his brother, dedicating his insane Super Bowl commercial to him. The personal injury lawyer says by being economical, he pulled off this flaming spot without breaking the bank. This year's ad opens with a bank of televisions showing warped versions of traditional personal-injury lawyer TV ads. In a voice-over, Casino, 42, says he started taking personal-injury cases because "I just wanted to speak up for those who couldn't speak for themselves. He puts on his shades indoors, naturally and, as the background music cranks into high gear, starts crushing television sets with the hammer.
There are explosions, billowing smoke, a close-up shot of the cross Casino wears hanging around his neck and lots of quick cuts and shaky-camera work. Written and directed by Casino himself, the Super Bowl ad now has more than 5. While obviously meant to promote his business, the ad also was a way for Casino to honor his brother — Michael Biancosino — who was shot and killed on Labor Day weekend in Casino took umbrage with comments Savannah's then-police chief, Willie Lovett, made at the time and, in the commercial, took multiple jabs at Lovett, who would eventually resign under investigation for sexual harassment.
He parlayed the ad's viral success into a deal for a reality TV show, "Casino's Law," though, to date, that show has not hit the air. On Sunday, he was back — along with the sledgehammer he used to bash stuff in the original. That much is for sure. Thank Reply Share.
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Casino took umbrage with comments Savannah's then-police chief, Willie Lovett, made at the time and, in the commercial, took multiple jabs at Lovett, who would eventually resign under investigation for sexual harassment. He parlayed the ad's viral success into a deal for a reality TV show, "Casino's Law," though, to date, that show has not hit the air.
On Sunday, he was back — along with the sledgehammer he used to bash stuff in the original. That much is for sure. Thank Reply Share. The rules of replying: Be respectful. This is a space for friendly local discussions. No racist, discriminatory, vulgar or threatening language will be tolerated. Be transparent. Use your real name, and back up your claims. Keep it local and relevant.
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