La Crescenta, CA (PRWEB) January 30, 2008
Brennan, Wiener & Associates of La Crescenta is honored to announce that its lead partner and founder, Robert F. Brennan, has been honored by being selected as a "Southern California Super Lawyer" for 2008. This is the third straight year Mr. Brennan has been honored by being named a "Southern California Super Lawyer".
Membership in Super Lawyers is limited to five percent of the lawyers in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Super Lawyers names Southern California's top lawyers as chosen by their peers and through the independent research of Law & Politics. The list of 2008 Southern California Super Lawyers is based on surveys of more than 65,000 lawyers across Los Angeles and Orange counties. The goal was to select as Super Lawyers the top 5 percent of Southern California attorneys in more than 60 practice areas. The list of Southern California Super Lawyers is published annually in the February issues of Los Angeles magazine and Southern California Super Lawyers, which is mailed to every attorney in Southern California.
Brennan and his firm had an excellent year in the courtroom in 2007. He obtained a $1.1 million dollar verdict against Wells Fargo for false and unfair credit reporting, followed by a verdict of about $200,000 against Arrow Financial for unfair debt collection. Mr. Brennan closed off the year with a $300,000 lemon law judgment against Bentley Motors for a "lemon" 2001 Bentley Arnage.
Robert F. Brennan and Brennan, Wiener & Associates is widely recognized as the leading Southern California law firm on a wide range of consumer protection issues, including lemon law, car dealer fraud, identity theft, wrongful credit damage, unfair debt collection practices consumer protection class actions and landlord-tenant class actions, as well as major personal injury cases. The firm enjoys an "AV" rating from the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell ratings agency, which is the highest possible rating for an attorney or a law firm and is based on pre-eminence in both legal ability and ethics.