Larry R. Rogers, Sr. Voted Personal Injury Lawyer of the Year 2016

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. || Jan 29, 2016

Larry Rogers Sr. Lawyer of the YearAttorney Larry R. Rogers, Sr. of Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. was honored to be chosen as “Lawyer of the Year” for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs.

Larry R. Rogers, Sr., founding partner at Power Rogers & Smith, was voted “Lawyer of the Year” in Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs for Chicago by Best Lawyers®. Rogers has been selected to the list of “Best Lawyers in America” since 1999.

“I am humbled and honored by this award and would like to thank my colleagues, clients and referring attorneys for helping me achieve this great honor,” commented Rogers.

According to Best Lawyers®, Lawyer of the Year recognitions are awarded to individual attorneys who have received the highest scores in their practice area and geographic location. Larry R. Rogers, Sr. received more positive feedback this year that any other attorney in the category of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury in Chicago, becoming the only attorney to receive the “Lawyer of the Year 2016” designation in this arena.

Larry R. Rogers, Sr. has dedicated more than 25 years of his career to representing the most complex personal injury and wrongful death cases. Through his passion and skill in trial advocacy, Rogers has helped his clients recover millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements.

You can learn more about Larry R. Rogers, Sr. on his bio.

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