What Makes An AV Rated Injury Law Firm Better?
As you search the Internet for a lawyer, you are likely to come across a small number of law firms that advertise their AV Preeminent rating. The AV Preeminent rating is Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating for lawyers and law firms that demonstrate the highest legal standards and adherence to ethical representation.
What Does It Mean To Be An AV Rated Injury Law Firm?
Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process that reflects the confidential opinions of the lawyer’s state and local Bar and judiciary. The AV Preeminent rating is a certification mark used in accordance with Martindale-Hubbell’s certification procedures, standards and policies.
This rating is earned by fewer than five percent of lawyers and law firms across the United States.
It signifies a commitment to thorough case preparation, clear communication with clients and on-going legal education in the attorneys’ primary area of practice.
DiLoreto, Cosentino & Bolinger P.C. is proud to announce that our attorneys have earned the AV Preeminent rating in the legal practice area of Personal Injury Litigation.
When you need solid, experienced legal counsel after an accident injury or death of a loved one in Pennsylvania, turn to a litigation firm with a proven commitment of excellence.
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Settlement (Liability insurance limits) for death claim arising out of tractor trailer collision
Settlement for closed head injury/facial fractures due to negligent construction site practices
Total workers' compensation settlement for injured worker who suffered orthopedic injuries and additional GI injuries due to prescription medications.
Settlement for head injury of injured worker caused by negligent operation of equipment by a non-employer contractor on the job site.
Settlement for bilateral wrist injuries caused by the negligent operation of a tractor-trailer.
Settlement for statutory cap of $500,000 for wrongful death of a worker who was killed when struck by a government-owned vehicle as well as policy limit for underinsured motorist coverage.
Settlement for knee injury sustained in a motor vehicle collision with contested liability.
Settlement for spinal injury caused by delivery company's negligent vehicle maintenance