Brian Chase Named Among Top Lawyers in Orange County By OC Metro
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 10, 2009
As featured in this month's OC Metro magazine, Brian Chase, a partner at the Orange County personal injury law firm of Bisnar Chase (www.BestAttorney.com ), has been listed as one of the top lawyers in Orange County and one of the top five personal injury lawyers in the county.
In compiling its list of Orange County's top lawyers, OC Metro referred to Avvo, a national organization that evaluates attorneys in specific regions throughout the country. Avvo's comprehensive rating system carefully evaluates a lawyer's background and overall profile, which includes years in practice, disciplinary history, professional achievements and industry recognition. OC Metro's list includes the top lawyers based on the Avvo rankings in 19 different legal categories. The rating organization periodically collects background data from multiple sources, including state bar associations, court records, lawyer websites, and other pertinent information. The model used to calculate the Avvo Rating was developed using input from hundreds of attorneys, thousands of consumers, and legal experts. Based on this rating system, Brian Chase scored at the top in experience, industry recognition and professional conduct, achieving a "Superb" rating of "10" with Avvo. This outstanding rating makes Brian Chase one of the top legal minds shaping and leading the practice of personal injury law.
Brian Chase has been practicing law for over 16 years concentrating in automobile product liability, catastrophic injury cases and government tort. Brian attended Pepperdine University School of Law, where he was associate editor of the Pepperdine Law Review and earned a J.D. degree. Presently, Brian is the Secretary of the Consumer Attorneys of California and is a past President of the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association. Brian is also a member of the Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles; Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, The American Association for Justice, The Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Christian Legal Society. Brian was AV rated by Martindale Hubbell in 2008 and 2009 and was named a Super Lawyer from 2006 to 2009.
"I'm extremely proud of Brian's work," noted John Bisnar, founding partner of the Bisnar Chase law firm. "Brian was listed as one of the 2007 Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the American Trial Lawyers Association and was named 2004 Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association in the area of defective products. His vast experience, industry recognition, and finely honed legal skills offer our clients a reservoir of talent that has proven indispensable in our practice."
Brian has published numerous articles and is a frequent nationwide lecturer on litigation related topics and has been a guest on radio and television, including appearances on CBS Special Reports, Peter Jennings/World News Tonight, and America's Best Lawyers. Brian was the prevailing trial and appellate attorney in the published California Supreme Court opinion Schreiber vs Estate of Kiser, et al., on the designation of expert trial witnesses and the Court of Appeal opinion, Hernandez vs. State of California, et al., regarding governmental design immunity.
Brian's new book, Still Unsafe At Any Speed -- Auto Defects That Cause Wrongful Deaths and Catastrophic Injuries, has received widespread acclaim for being the definitive guide to auto product defects. The book offers readers valuable information on common vehicle defects and includes real-life accounts of how defective autos have destroyed people's lives.
About Bisnar Chase
Bisnar Chase is an Orange County personal injury law firm that represents people who have been very seriously injured or lost a family member due to an accident, defective product or negligence throughout California. The law firm has won a wide variety of challenging personal injury and defective product cases, involving car accidents, on-the-job accidents, dog attacks, dangerous roadway conditions and defective products, such as automobiles. For more information, visit BestAttorney.com and www.CaliforniaInjuryBlog.com.
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