8 Attorneys at Steinberg Law Firm Listed in 2018 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America
The Steinberg Law Firm is pleased to announce eight of our personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers have been named as 2018 Best Lawyers in America®. We are very proud to have eight lawyers nominated at the same time.
Best Lawyers® was first published in 1983 and is regarded as a guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers nominations are awarded based on evaluations by other lawyers. The review process is exhaustive. Lawyers from all over the country are eligible to nominate attorneys for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America©. Almost 7.5 million votes were analyzed for the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© to compile the ultimate list of leading lawyers in their region and area of experience. Lawyers passing to the next phase are further vetted to be certain they are in good standing with the ethics committee of their state bar.
For 2018 our lawyers named for exemplary work in Workers’ Compensation Law were David T. Pearlman, Thomas M. White, Benjamin W. Akery, and Catherine Dunn Meehan. Our lawyers named for exemplary work in Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Law were J. Kevin Holmes, Malcolm M. Crosland, Jr., Steven E. Goldberg, and Michael J. Jordan.
The reason we come to work each day is to help and serve our clients and our community. Our founder, Irving Steinberg, had the vision to help write the first South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Law in 1936. Each of our lawyers recognized this year share Irving’s vision.
With over 170 years of combined experience, we are able to offer a deeper understanding of how injuries affect the lives of our clients and know how best to guide our clients through the complex legal system to obtain the compensation they deserve.
Steinberg Law Firm is proud to have our lawyers distinguished in this way. With these men and women leading us, we have the experience and the resources to handle any case which comes our way. We consider it a privilege to help those who come to us for help and assistance with their legal problems.
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