California Personal Injury Attorney Greg Rizio Elected as New President

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Personal Injury Attorney Greg Rizio from Rizio and Nelson Law Firm is elected the new president of the Consumer Attorneys of the Inland Empire

Greg Rizio

Greg has the highest ethics and regard for others in the profession.

Gregory Rizio, Southern California personal injury attorney, has been elected as the new president of the Consumer Attorneys of the Inland Empire (CAOIE). The CAOIE is a group of Inland Empire trial lawyers dedicated to protecting consumer rights. As the new president, Greg Rizio, will work to continue to enforce the mission of the CAOIE and enhance the services that are critically valuable to the public’s legal needs.

Greg Rizio continues to receive high recommendations from his peers as well as maintain an outstanding level of integrity and ethical standards across all lines in the legal profession. “Greg has the highest ethics and regard for others in the profession. He lets his results speak for themselves and has the highest respect from his colleagues and adversaries,” as endorsed by Saar Swartzon.

With offices throughout Southern California, Greg Rizio is available to consult with most any type of personal injury situation, from auto accidents to catastrophic events. The best way to reach Greg is through his website at http://www.GregRizio.com or by calling his toll free number at 800-861-4831. In today’s society, finding an attorney that is backed by their peers highest recommendation should bring comfort and confidence to anyone seeking legal advice.

About Greg Rizio:
Greg Rizio is senior partner of Rizio & Nelson, a law firm specializing in Personal Injury matters. He has been named one of the top attorneys in Southern California as selected by Super Lawyers Magazine and is a life member of the prestigious multi-million dollar advocates’ forum. Greg is well-known for handling high profile cases and achieving optimum results for his clients.

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