The best Super Bowl ad only aired in Georgia

Savannah Super Bowl viewers were treated to an unforgettable personal injury lawyer commercial.
Posted By Gabrielle Levy  |  Feb. 3, 2014 at 12:37 PM
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SAVANNAH, Ga., Feb. 3 (UPI) -- Of the many memorable advertisements that aired during the Super Bowl Sunday night, the best might have been seen only by the residents of Savannah, Georgia.

The first commercial break on the local broadcast was taken over for two minutes by what can safely be called the most epic personal injury ad ever.

Attorney Jamie Casino wrote, directed and starred in this masterpiece that told the tale of how he transformed from a scumbag defense attorney to a crime-fighting prosecutor standing up for the little guy after the death of his brother.

The see-it-to-believe-it ad features a wall of fire, a sledgehammer smashing a tombstone (symbolizing The System) and lots more. (Apparently, it's his thing.)

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