Shrager, Sachs, & Blanco is proud to announce that our personal injury law firm is included in the 12th edition of “Best Law Firms.” This list, released by Best Lawyers and U.S. News & World Report, compiles data from all over the country to rank the best law firms and present them to the public. This way, those searching for legal representation can make an informed decision about who can provide the help they need.
The All Tier Report for Shrager, Sachs, & Blanco shows that our law firm achieved the following rankings in Philadelphia:
- Metropolitan Tier 1 for Personal Injury Litigation
- Metropolitan Tier 2 for Medical Malpractice Law
2022 “Best Law Firms” looked over 8.2 million evaluations examining 115,000 lawyers at 22,000 firms. Being nominated, evaluated, and officially recognized is a prestigious honor. Since one of the rankings is Tier 1, Shrager, Sachs, & Blanco is also published in the “Best Law Firms” print edition.
“Best Law Firms” has a rigorous selection process that takes nearly all year to complete. It has several stages of verification and feedback collection to get the rankings. To start, the law firm must be nominated, and self-nomination is not an option. The law firm must also have a lawyer that’s included in The Best Lawyers in America, another elite list for the country’s top lawyers. Only 6% of lawyers in the U.S. are on this list.
From that point, the lawyers who are recognized in that list are the ones who provide feedback on the nominees. Additional information includes:
- Client Reviews
- Law Firm Surveys
- Law Firm Leaders Surveys
- Best Lawyers Peer Reviews
After going through all the information provided, there is a follow up with the nominees’ local bar associations to make sure they’re in good standing. Then, the results are ready for release.
Our firm is proud to serve those in Philadelphia and the state of Pennsylvania. We always fight hard for our clients to give them the justice they deserve. We’ll continue to serve the community and protect the rights of those who were wrongfully injured.