The National Association of Distinguished Counsel (NADC) is one of the leading organizations in the country that recognizes and rewards legal professionals that continually and consistently exemplify what it means to be at the top of their class. This group uses high scrutiny and in-depth research to only pick out who it believes to be the best of the best. By the time it is finished choosing its annual members, less than 1% of all actively practicing lawyers in the country will receive an invitation to the Nation’s Top One Percent by NADC.
It is with much pride that our team at Shrager & Sachs in Philadelphia can announce that Attorney Robert Sachs has been selected to the 2017 list of the National Association of Distinguished Counsel Nation’s Top One Percent. In order to have been selected, Mr. Sachs must have met and exceeded the difficult standards set forth by the NADC, including passing the analyses of blue ribbon panelists and judicial review groups. (Click here to visit the official NADC website and learn more about this great association.)
Board positions Attorney Sachs has held include:
- American Association for Justice
- Board of Governors
- Publications Committee (Chair)
- Nursing Home Litigation Group (Chairman)
- Board member Truck Litigation Group
- Pennsylvania Association for Justice
- Philadelphia Trial Lawyers’ Association
Clients throughout Pennsylvania already know Rob as an attorney who puts their best interests in focus and upholds them with unparalleled legal prowess and knowledge. For him to receive this latest distinction from the NADC is a true honor that will hopefully instill even more confidence in our clients when they come to our firm for help with difficult and complicated personal injury and medical malpractice claims.
Do you think that Attorney Rob Sachs could help you with an injury claim of your own? Why not contact Shrager & Sachs today to learn all about our services and your legal options after you have been hurt due to the negligence of a third party? Just dial 888.899.0652 to request a free initial consultation.