Justice Conference Unveils New Role for Sevenish Law Firm

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Randy Sevenish of Sevenish Law has been a longtime member of the American Association for Justice. At their Winter Convention, the Association added his firm to its Leader's Forum.

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This was a major milestone for all of us at Sevenish Law.

Sevenish Law Firm, a personal injury firm headed by Randy Sevenish, received high honors from the American Association (AAJ) for Justice at their annual Winter Convention – honors that Sevenish says will further bolster what he's able to do for his clients.

The AAJ is a professional organization for lawyers, law professors, paralegals and law students dedicated to protecting the rights of victims and promoting a fair justice system. Sevenish has been involved with the AAJ since 1985, but at last week's convention he accepted an invitation to join the organization's Leader's Forum.

“This was a major milestone for all of us at Sevenish Law,” Sevenish said. “This position puts our firm on the leading edge of developments in legal technology, thinking and strategy, which directly benefits our clients and their families.”

The Leader's Forum consists of select law firms that are actively involved in shaping the civil justice system through legislative advocacy, education and outreach. Member firms are among the first to know of policy developments that may affect victims' rights.

In addition, Sevenish accepted the position of Supporting Fellow of the Pound Civil Justice Institute, a think tank dedicated to making justice accessible to all people. He is also a longstanding member of the AAJ's Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway and Premises Liability section.

“Increasingly, our firm is playing a role as a leader in making sure that everyone has equal access to the justice system – especially when up against wealthy corporations,” Sevenish said. “We stand for defending the people who need help the most.”

About Randall Sevenish:

Randy Sevenish is an Indianapolis personal injury lawyer and the founder of Sevenish Law. A former SWAT team commander, Sevenish entered law practice in 1985 and is a tireless advocate for victims' rights. He has helped clients receive compensation for injuries and losses against tough odds, and never bills a client unless successful on their behalf. He can be contacted at:

Sevenish Law Firm
251 E. Ohio Street Suite 880
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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