What Does it Mean to Hold Membership in the Inner Circle of Advocates?
Established in 1972, the Inner Circle of Advocates is a group compiled of the top plaintiff trial lawyers throughout the country. It is an invitation-only group dedicated to promoting the highest standards and quality in courtroom competence, as well as the mutual fellowship and exchange of information between attorneys who are skilled at trial.
Membership to this prestigious group is exclusive to attorneys who have displayed exceptional qualifications and have been invited into the group based on a number of factors. Attorneys are evaluated based on experience, peer review, reputation, and judicial references. These characteristics are used to label the best 100 trial lawyers in the United States. The Inner Circle of Advocates is dedicated to finding the most cutting-edge lawyers who are dedicated to providing the highest quality counsel in a unique area of professional advancement.
At Power Rogers, we are proud to have two attorneys — Joseph A. Power, Jr. and Todd A. Smith — as members of this exclusive organization. This is a testament to the level of representation you receive when you hire our firm.
We have been representing injury victims in Chicago since 1993 and we have helped recover more than $3 billion for our clients during that time. We have demonstrated time and time again that our firm knows how to represent clients in and out of the courtroom. This has led to not only this exclusive membership in the Inner Circle of Advocates, but many other awards and recognitions, as well as countless victories.
If you have sustained an injury after an accident caused by negligence, it is important to act quickly and seek the compensation you deserve. Our Chicago personal injury lawyers are prepared to handle your case from start to finish. We always seek the maximum compensation available through settlement or verdict. Contact our firm today for your free consultation.