Attorney Clint Brasher Receives AV Preeminent® Peer Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®

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Martindale-Hubbell® has provided Texas Bad Faith Insurance Attorney Clint Brasher with a top-level peer review rating, which shows that other lawyers in his field hold him in high esteem when it comes to his ethics and professional skill.

Texas Bad Faith Insurance Attorney Clint Brasher, of Brasher Law Firm, PLLC, has reached a notable professional achievement—he has been given an AV Preeminent® rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, which is the highest of the Peer Review Ratings™ given by the well-respected organization. This achievement shows that Attorney Brasher’s professional peers have given him high ratings in the areas of legal ability and general ethical standards.

As part of the evaluation process through Martindale-Hubbell®, Attorney Brasher was given an overall rating of 4.8 out of 5.0, according to the lawyer’s rating information provided by Martindale-Hubbell®. (In order to be AV® Rated, lawyers must have overall ratings between 4.5 and 5.0.) Mr. Brasher’s overall score is broken down as follows: a score of 4.7 for the area of legal knowledge, a 4.7 for analytical abilities, a 4.7 for judgment, a 4.8 for communication ability and a 4.9 for legal experience. In the feedback provided by other lawyers in similar legal practice areas through the evaluation process, Attorney Brasher was described as being “very talented,” “smart,” “always prepared,” “professional” and “a good advocate for his clients.” The lawyer’s rating information will soon be made available on Martindale.com and Lawyers.com.

Martindale-Hubbell® has spent more than 130 years facilitating its Peer Review Ratings™, according to the organization. In recent years, it has also added its Client Review Ratings, which allows for a more well-rounded evaluation of lawyers when combined with the peer ratings. As noted on the Martindale-Hubbell® website, three different rating levels are given to attorneys through the Peer Review Ratings™ system. These include AV Preeminent® (4.5-5.0), BV Distinguished® (3.0-4.4) and Rated (1.0-2.9). In order to be eligible to receive a peer rating, attorneys are required to have been admitted to a bar in the United States or Canada for a period of at least three years. They must also be considered to be in good standing.

Attorney Brasher, who is board-certified in personal injury trial law, has been providing legal assistance to clients throughout Southeast Texas since 1999. He focuses his practice on the areas of bad faith insurance, personal injury, premises liability, products liability and wrongful death. In addition to being AV® Rated, Attorney Brasher has also received many other prestigious recognitions throughout his career. He has been selected for inclusion in the Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ on multiple occasions, and he has also obtained membership to the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. When individuals are not treated fairly by insurance companies, Brasher law Firm can provide aggressive legal representation to help protect the claimants’ rights. Additional information about Attorney Brasher and his law firm can be found at http://www.brasherattorney.com.

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Brasher Law Firm, PLLC
since: 11/2010
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