It’s a tremendous honor to practice law in one of the largest markets in the country. It’s a privilege I don’t take lightly and hold in very high regard.
Marlton, NJ (PRWEB) September 12, 2012
Seeking to help a larger number of accident victims stand up for their rights, the Edison personal injury lawyers at Console & Hollawell P.C. are pleased to announce the admittance of partner Richard Hollawell to the New York State Bar. Hollawell, a 2001 graduate of Widener University School of Law, joined the firm in 2007. Prior to that, he worked as an insurance claims adjuster for two of the nation’s largest insurance companies. That knowledge has proven invaluable to the success of the practice as a whole.When asked about the prospect of expanding the law firm into New York, Hollawell expressed his excitement about the new challenge.
“We’re going to be able to help more people recover from their injuries, get the help they need and have much smoother claim experiences.” he said, “That’s what this move is about. We’ve built a reputation for providing strong legal representation for accident victims in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I’m excited to bring our knowledge and experience to bear for those who really need our help.”
“It’s a tremendous honor to practice law in one of the largest markets in the country,” said Hollawell. “It’s a privilege I don’t take lightly and hold in very high regard.”
Since joining the Union City personal injury lawyers at Console & Hollawell P.C., Richard Hollawell has taken on large insurance companies and equally massive legal teams while advocating for the rights of his clients. He’s obtained million dollar settlements for the firm’s clients and won several awards along the way, including his most-recent 2012 “Top Attorney” honors from SJ Magazine in the Trial Law category. Hollawell has also strengthened the firm’s history of aggressive representation of clients by refusing to give up or give in to the demands of at-fault parties. Just recently, he was able to win a motion compelling a chief executive of AIG to appear in a New Jersey courtroom for deposition, according to court documents. That action all but thwarted the insurance company’s attempts to evade the firm’s demands for full compensation for their client. Attorneys for the defendant in the bad faith claim agreed to Hollawell’s settlement demands within hours of the judge’s ruling, according to court documents.
Since 1994, Console & Hollawell P.C. has focused solely on personal injury law to provide clients with skilled representation and legal advice. The firm’s experienced legal team has won tens of millions of dollars in compensation for clients and received multiple prestigious honors, including admission to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Docket # CAM-L-1301-11. Camden County Superior Court