Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. Partners Selected to the List of the Best Lawyers in America 2019, Named Lawyers of the Year

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. || Aug 15, 2018

Power Rogers & Smith is excited to announce that our three founding partners, Joseph Power, Jr., Larry Rogers, Sr., and Todd Smith were all selected to the 2019 list of the Best Lawyers in America, and that Larry and Todd were named the 2019 Lawyers of the Year for Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs and Product Liability Litigation - Plaintiffs respectively. Joe has been selected to this list every year since 1987, Larry has been selected to this list every year since 1999, and Todd has been selected to this list every year since 1995.

You can read more about Larry and Todd’s Lawyer of the Year selections in our press release here, and you can read more about their continued inclusion in the list of the Best Lawyers in America in our press release here. At Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P., our Chicago attorneys have spent decades representing injured victims, and through our efforts we have secured more than $4 billon in verdicts and settlements for our clients. Fill out our online form today to set up a free case evaluation from a member of our firm, or give us a call at (312) 313-0202 to discuss your legal options over the phone with one of our award-winning attorneys.

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