Charleston, WV (PRWEB) February 08, 2013
Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC is a West Virginia personal injury law firm committed to helping accident victims recover financial compensation for their injuries. Recently, a partner at the firm (Damon L. Ellis) received an AV Preeminent® peer review rating™ from Martindale-Hubbell® - enabling the firm to boast of a fully AV® rated team of legal partners. Attorney Ellis is a graduate of Capital University Law School and his bar admissions include: West Virginia, Ohio, and the Supreme Court of the United States. Together, the attorneys at the firm have more than 35 collective years of experience and are committed to upholding their motto, “It’s not just business. It’s Personal.”
As a personal injury law firm, Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC focuses on a wide variety of personal injury practice areas, including dangerous drugs, medical malpractices, motorcycle accidents, premises liability, work injuries, car accidents, bus accidents, defective products and drunk driving accidents. Additionally, the legal team at the firm is committed to giving each client the personalized care and attention to detail they need. As and AV® rated firm, Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC have demonstrated their ability to uphold a high standard of legal professionalism in their work and a dedication to giving clients the best legal advocacy they can offer.
Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ are designed to provide and objective review of attorneys’ professionalism, ethical standards, and legal ability. Reviews are generated from peer evaluations given in the United States and Canada by other members of the bar and judiciary. During the review process, reviewers evaluate their colleague’s professionalism and general ethical standard. Additionally, reviewers are asked to evaluate the lawyer’s legal ability in a specific field of law. AV Preeminent® is the highest possible peer review rating™. Other ratings include BV Distinguished® and lawyers who are simply “rated.”
According to Martindale-Hubbell®, an AV® rating is a significant accomplishment for any attorney. During the evaluation process, lawyers are rated from one to five in the following legal categories: analytical capabilities, judgment, communication ability and legal experience. One is the lowest rating; five is the highest. Attorney experience is only counted if it pertains to his/her specific area of law. Ratings are used to establish professional networking among attorneys and to help potential clients find lawyers who are well-respected by other members of the bar and judiciary. To learn more about Mani Ellis & Layne, PLLC, visit their website at http://www.yourwvinjuryattorneys.com.