Hello, my name is Michael. I can help you with your question. For the most part, the Internet will be the way to go to get the most bang for your buck. If you have or can create a simple online presence to direct potential customers to, that will open a great deal of opportunity for you. The best way to do this to a large number of people in a certain profession (such as attorneys), is to do your own targeted advertising. And what attorneys make the best customers? The ones that are already looking for what you offer - no matter what it is, at any given moment, there are attorneys looking for it on the internet. Before going anywhere else, I would suggest taking a look at Google Adwords wich allows you to advertise to specific demographics, in specific areas, on specific types of sites, etc. You can get as granular as you want to get, administer your advertising in one place, and ONLY pay for the people who click on your advertisement. You have nearly limtless options and I think you will find that one such service will provide you all the marketing you need. But there are others which I will provide you as well. Most of them work on the same concept - you define who you want your ad to show up to - if you want it to be as specific as "personal injury attorneys in New York and California between the ages of 35 and 40 who are females"... and you want to pay 5 cents for each one that clicks on an ad (even if it means your ad is show a million times for one click), you can do that as well. You can advertise on sites, or in search results - it's far less costly and more effective than just about any other form of advertising, especially on a limited budget because you are guaranteed results. You are the one that decides what result you are going to get and for what price. In fact, I have liinks for some of them that will start you off with $50 or so of free advertising to get you familiar with it. $50 of advertising on one of these services is a lot of advertising, so take advantage of it. I would suggest doing one at a time so it doesn't become overwhelming. If I haven't included a link to free advertising with signing up, then search for that before signing up - almost all of these services offer some sort of new customer promotion. Here are some of the sites that allow you to do that.Google AdwordsGoogle Adwords Promo
(spend $25 and get $100 credit)Facebook AdvertisingLinkedIn Content Marketing
(this one is a fairly unique approach)Bing Ads
($50 free advertising)Yahoo! Small Business Marketing
($75 free with sign up)Ask.com Advertising
There are several more so let me know if you want additional options.
Also, here's a link to a good site to advertise directly to attorneys and I believe you can get listed there for free:Claims Pages - Get Listed
If you look to the right, you'll see th small display ads on their main page.
Please let me know if you have any questions, either now or when you get stared with the advertising. In my experience, what I have provided is by far the best option for advertising with a small budget and it's the absolute best place to start. If you think otherwise, let me know and I will adjust the information accordingly. I want to make sure you are comfortable with the suggestions I provide.