Leading Lawyers Magazine Honors Multiple Power Rogers & Smith Attorneys in 2016

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. || Apr 26, 2016

Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. is proud to announce that eight of its attorneys were honored in this year’s Leading Lawyers Magazine.

Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. would like to congratulate Joseph A. Power Jr., Todd A. Smith, Larry Rogers Sr., Thomas Siracusa, Thomas Power, Larry Rogers Jr., Devon Bruce, and Joseph Balesteri on their recognition in this year’s Leading Lawyers Magazine!

Joseph A. Power Jr. was named the #1 personal injury plaintiff’s attorney, the #1 consumer lawyer, and the #2 leading lawyer overall.

Attorney Todd A. Smith was selected as the #7 personal injury plaintiff’s attorney as well as #7 consumer lawyer.

Each of our firm’s eight partners were nominated and selected to the list of top 100 lawyers, including Joseph Balesteri, Devon Bruce, Larry Rogers Sr., Larry Rogers Jr., and Thomas Siracusa. Attorney Thomas Power also received recognition as a leading lawyer in the field of general personal injury.

Law Bulletin Publishing Company’s Leading Lawyers is a trusted resource to help people find the most experienced attorneys in a given field. Attorneys cannot nominate themselves or any other attorney at their law firm. To be accepted for consideration, an attorney must be selected by another one of their peers. After Advisory Board review and approval, Leading Lawyers publishes its annual list of top lawyers.

Congratulations to each of these attorneys for this singular honor!

Leading Lawyers Magazine 2016

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