The recognition of professional achievement that Brian Panish has received from Super Lawyers reinforces his status as one of the top trial attorneys in the country.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) February 5, 2010
This is Mr. Panish’s third appearance on the Super Lawyers’ Top 10 list and his seventh straight year being recognized by the publication as a Southern California Super Lawyer.
In Super Lawyers rankings of attorneys based on point totals collected by peer review and independent Law & Politics research, Brian Panish is among the top 10 lawyers who received the highest rankings in the Southern California nomination, research and blue ribbon evaluation process. As a prominent publication available in every U.S. state, Super Lawyers magazine has over 13 million readers and is an invaluable resource to attorneys, those interested in the legal field, and individuals seeking legal assistance.
The recognition of professional achievement that Brian Panish has received from Super Lawyers reinforces his status as one of the top trial attorneys in the country. His work in high profile personal injury and product liability cases has resulted in more than 100 verdicts and settlements in excess of One Million Dollars for his clients. Mr. Panish has also obtained 15 verdicts and settlements in excess of Ten Million Dollars since 2005. As lead counsel in a landmark case against General Motors (Patricia Anderson v. General Motors, Case No. BC 116926, Los Angeles Superior Court), Mr. Panish obtained a verdict of $4.9 billion for a defective fuel system that caused four children and two adults to suffer severe burn injuries. The verdict was the largest personal injury and product liability verdict in American judicial history.
In a recent case that has been included in the Top 10 Plaintiff’s Verdicts for 2009 by The Daily Journal, Brian Panish and Spencer Lucas, also a trial attorney at Panish, Shea, & Boyle, LLP, reached a groundbreaking $21 million verdict for an Iraq war veteran. In Michael Nelsen v. Hillyard, Inc., et al. (Nelsen v. Hillyard, Inc., et al., Case No. CIVSS 800884, San Bernardino County Superior Court), a San Bernardino, California jury returned a record verdict of $21,067,093.53 to the Iraq war veteran who suffered permanent brain damage due to a negligent Hillyard van driver.
Panish, Shea & Boyle LLP is a very aggressive and experienced plaintiff’s law firm devoted to representing catastrophically injured victims throughout the nation. Mr. Panish is ranked among the "100 Most Influential Attorneys" in the State of California by the Los Angeles Daily Journal and has successfully argued cases on behalf of his clients that have led to landmark verdicts. For additional information regarding the notable achievements of Brian Panish and the unparalleled success record of Panish, Shea & Boyle, LLP, please visit http://www.psandb.com.
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