We are very honored and thankful to the Connecticut legal community for this very special award
Hopewell Junction, New York (PRWEB) October 22, 2009
CompuWeather, Inc., the worldwide leader in forensic meteorology, having consulted on over 60,000 insurance claims and legal cases, today announced that it is a recipient of the Connecticut Law Tribune's 2009 "Best" Award. This award comes from the fifth annual Connecticut Law Tribune readers' poll, in which their readers have cast their votes for the best providers of services and goods to the legal profession. It is an annual opportunity for their readers to speak up and vote for those providers they believe are the best.
"We are very honored and thankful to the Connecticut legal community for this very special award," said Jess Hurwitz, CompuWeather's Director of Sales and Business Development. "Our reputation for legendary service, outstanding accuracy, rapid delivery and quality customer service sets us apart from other vendors in our field and that is something that we are quite proud of and glad to see our clients also appreciate."
Bridgeport, Connecticut Attorney Mark A. Perkins with the Law Firm of Maher and Murtha, LLC. commented "In the seven years that I have used CompuWeather in my litigation files, I have found them to be thorough, responsive and accurate. I appreciate the professional interaction I have had from their customer service representatives to their meteorologists. I would and have recommended them to my associates and peers."
CompuWeather was voted as one of the 5 recipients of the 2009 "Best" award in the category of Environmental Consultant Witness and was one of the two bronze award winners in the category.
The fifth annual Connecticut Law Tribune readers' poll is a subjective, not objective poll. It does not measure who writes the most business or which has the most revenue or customers. It does measure the loyalty and satisfaction readers have with industry vendors. It is an opportunity for readers to speak up for those providers they believe are the best. Since early August, the Connecticut Law Tribune conducted an online survey of readers. Readers responded vigorously to the opportunity to voice their choice. The results of the survey and the winners were announced publicly in a Special Section of the Connecticut Law Tribune on October 19, 2009.
The Connecticut Law Tribune is Connecticut's only weekly newspaper devoted to covering the legal community, providing the latest developments in Connecticut's courts, law firms and legislature.
CompuWeather, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the field of forensic meteorology and the #1 source of site specific past weather reports for the insurance, legal and engineering industries. CompuWeather's past weather service is useful when trying to determine or pin-point the exact weather conditions that existed for a specific past time and place which is vital information for all weather related insurance claims, legal cases and engineering investigations involving damage, loss or injury. CompuWeather produces more forensic weather reports monthly than any other company in the world. CompuWeather is a division of the FleetWeather Group of Companies, Inc., is privately held, has been in business since 1976 and is headquartered in Hopewell Junction, New York. More information is available at our web site or by calling 1-845-226-8300. Products and services offered by CompuWeather to law firms and attorneys may be found at: http://www.compuweather.com/legal.