Eight attorneys from Philadelphia personal injury law firm Feldman Shepherd Wohlgelernter Tanner Weinstock & Dodig LLP have been selected for inclusion among the 2016 Best Lawyers in America®, one of the legal profession’s oldest and most-respected peer-review publications.
Alan M. Feldman, Carol Nelson Shepherd, Ezra Wohlgelernter, Mark W. Tanner, Daniel S. Weinstock,John M. Dodig, Roberta D. Pichini and Jason A. Daria have all been chosen by their peers for inclusion in the exclusive Best Lawyers publication. The eight Feldman Shepherd attorneys were recognized for their work on behalf of plaintiffs in the practice areas of mass tort litigation / class actions, personal injury litigation, medical malpractice law, worker’s compensation law and product liability litigation.
“To have eight of our attorneys designated as Best Lawyers reflects the diligence, passion, and commitment we show our clients each and every day,” said co-managing partner Feldman. “This recognition reiterates what our firm has always stood for: Constant and unremitting dedication to justice for our clients”.
Since it was first published in 1983, The Best Lawyers in America has become widely regarded as a respected reference guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on detailed peer-review evaluations, and lawyers are neither required nor allowed to pay a fee to be listed. Votes are solicited from nearly 80,000 attorneys worldwide; 6.7 million votes were analyzed for the 2016 edition.
The standalone Best Lawyers magazine will be distributed in more than 30 leading publications around the country, including The New York Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal. A digital edition also will be available.
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