Showbiz Couple Breakup Creates Confusion
DESPITE SHOWBIZ COUPLE BREAKING UP, KIMMEL & SILVERMAN, THE LEMON LAW FIRM, IS STILL GOING STRONG
July 15, 2008 – As headlines continue to roll in about the demise of the relationship between late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and comedienne Sarah Silverman, the calls are coming in at 1-800-LEMON-LAW, the law firm of Kimmel & Silverman.
Clients of the largest automotive Lemon Law firm in the Northeast are relieved to hear, after reading headlines which read “Kimmel & Silverman Split,” that the Law Firm is still going strong.
The relationship between Craig Kimmel and Bob Silverman has lasted quite a bit longer than Jimmy & Sarah’s-18 years to be exact. The attorneys, who started out working for the same defense law firm, carved out a niche in Lemon Law, using the fee-shifting provisions in State and Federal Laws to provide cost-free legal assistance to consumers.
Since its inception, the Firm has helped more than 45,000 consumers throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, Washington D.C., Rhode Island, Vermont and New Hampshire. Their website, www.lemonlaw.com, receives over one million visits a year from distressed drivers looking for legal assistance, and they have been honored for their efforts by numerous organizations, including the American Bar Association.
“I was quite shocked when the headline popped up on cnn.com,” deadpanned Lemon Law attorney Craig Kimmel. “I thought my relationship with Bob was
going well. There were no warning signs. Then I found out about Matt Damon, and turned to my good buddy Ben Affleck for advice.”
Craig and Bob do offer their best wishes to Jimmy and Sarah. “Relationships are like cars; sometimes they go the distance, and sometimes they don’t. At least cars have a warranty and when they are no good, you have the Lemon Law and someone to go after.” says Kimmel. “But, no doubt like our clients, we know that both of them will soon find themselves on the road to recovery.”
EDITOR’S NOTE: We love when people get our humor. This press release was picked up by numerous wire services, blogs and even the ABA Journal, whose headline reads “Law Partners Kimmel and Silverman are Still Happily Married!”