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Wilshire Law Firm Receives 2014 Litigator Award

Published on Jan 22, 2015 by Wilshire Law Firm in

Litigator Award Winners

The Trial Lawyers Board of Regents announced the 2014 Litigator Award Recipients this week. Among the recipients was Wilshire Law Firm – recognized for outstanding performance and achievement in ‘Personal Injury’ and ‘Automobile Accidents’.

The Lawyers Board of Regents Litigator Award

About the Litigator Award

Bobby Saadian - 2014 Litigator Award Recipient

The 2014 Litigator Awards™ represent the highest honors in Trial Law, and justly stands as the nation’s most coveted symbol of “Litigation Achievement”.

The Awards are based on actual “Verdict & Settlement” dollar achievement rather than peer popularity, making them perhaps the most rigorous and openly judged Award Ratings anywhere.

Those awarded join an exclusive fraternity of Super-Star Lawyers who have won Million, Multi-Million and/or Billion Dollar cases – a feat achieved by fewer than 1% of all lawyers. The selection of Wilshire Law Firm came after a consideration of the nearly 1.1 Million lawyers considered.

The 2014 Award Winners were announced on major networks including: CNN®, ABC®, and CBS®.

To learn more about the award, you can visit the award website here.

Congratulations Wilshire Law Firm

Congratulations to managing attorney Bobby Saadian and the Wilshire Law Firm team!

Accident Representation By Wilshire Law Firm

If you have been in an automobile accident, or injured through no fault of your own, contact Wilshire Law Firm. The award winning team at Wilshire Law Firm is ready to go to work for you. Recognized as among the top one percent of all attorneys – Wilshire Law Firm is recognized as the best personal injury law firm in California!

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