Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton announces that for the 2nd year in a row, trial lawyer Matt Minner of Lexington, Ky. has earned a coveted spot on the Lawdragon 500 list of the leading lawyers in America.
This is among the most elite distinctions in the legal profession. Lawdragon’s “500 Leading Lawyers in America” recognizes the leadership and actions of attorneys who are shaping the practice of law in their respective areas. Less than .01% of all lawyers in the United States were included as a member of the Lawdragon 500 and honorees were chosen based on a combination of peer nominations, online submissions and research conducted by Lawdragon’s editorial team. The Lawdragon publisher states that, “Plaintiff lawyers are a powerful army for the injured, and we are proud of their representation on this year’s 500.”
Minner’s verdicts and settlements on behalf of deserving clients have set records at home in Kentucky and around the United States The award is one of the most prestigious honors in the entire legal industry and recognizes lawyers who are more than skilled; they are the very best in their profession. The list includes luminaries from every corner of the profession, including United States Supreme Court Justices, the United States Attorney General, top Supreme Court litigators and other elite attorneys in private practices from both sides of the bar.
“I am honored to be recognized among this distinguished group,” said Minner. “This honor belongs to the team of lawyers and staff at Hare Wynn that make the results obtained for our clients possible– our clients are the real winners.”
With offices in Alabama, Kentucky and Arkansas, Hare Wynn is in its second century of practice as a firm devoted exclusively to plaintiff’s litigation on behalf of individuals, businesses and governmental entities. The firm has been recognized by The National Law Journal as one of the top plaintiff’s firms in the United States in being named to the “Plaintiff’s Hot List” and the “NLJ Elite Trial Lawyers” list of the top 20 plaintiff firms in the country.