According to the publishers of Illinois Super Lawyers 2010, there is a three-step process for deciding whether or not a candidate makes the cut. First, candidates must be nominated by their peers or hand-selected by Super Lawyers to even be considered for distinction.
After a candidate pool is created, the Super Lawyers department reviews each individual candidate based on a wide range of criteria, including professional achievement, honors and awards, pro bono/ community service, and other outstanding achievements.
The final step is a review of those candidates by peers, other Illinois attorneys, in the same or similar area of practice. This three step process acts to produce a “well-rounded list of attorneys”, with only 5% of the lawyers in Illinois meeting this rigorous criteria.
Robert Kreisman of Kreisman Law Offices is honored to have made the cut and be recognized for his achievements and success in obtaining favorable outcomes for his clients.
Chicago attorney Robert Kreisman of Kreisman Law Offices has been handling Illinois personal injury cases and Cook County medical malpractice lawsuits for over 30 years, serving those in and around Cook County, including Oak Lawn, Wheaton, Addison, and Wilmette.
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