Personal injuries are governed by tort law, an extremely complex facet of the law. The Conner Law Group has significant experience dealing with these complexities, and is prepared to expertly represent anyone who has been hurt as the result of another person’s actions.
It is important for anyone who has suffered an injury to act quickly to preserve evidence and his or her rights. It is also important to find an attorney who has the skill to represent him or her at all stages of the litigation. Someone who has been injured should not look for an attorney who is just a television advertiser who will settle the matter at the first opportunity. He or she wants an attorney—like managing partner Mike Conner—who is an experienced courtroom litigator and who can help him or her get the fairest and largest recovery possible.
The Conner Law Group has been recognized by the Super Lawyers rating services for excellence in representing personal injury clients. Bar associations and courts across the country have recognized the legitimacy of the Super Lawyers selection process. Most recently, the New Jersey Supreme Court upheld the findings of a Special Master assigned by the court to, among other things, examine the details of that process. In his July 2008 report, the Special Master praised the lawyer-rating process, stating:
“[The Super Lawyers selection process] is a comprehensive, good-faith and detailed attempt to produce a list of lawyers that have attained high peer recognition, meet ethical standards, and have demonstrated some degree of achievement in their field.”
“Suffice to say, the selection procedures employed by [Super Lawyers] are very sophisticated, comprehensive and complex.”
“It is absolutely clear from this record that [Super Lawyers does] not permit a lawyer to buy one’s way onto the list, nor is there any requirement for the purchase of any product for inclusion in the lists or any quid pro quo of any kind or nature associated with the evaluation and listing of an attorney or in the subsequent advertising of one’s inclusion in the lists.”