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Adam Loewy Named 2012 Texas Rising Star℠

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For the third year in a row, Mr. Loewy of Loewy Law Firm has been recognized by Texas SuperLawyers® for legal excellence. His firm has successfully recovered millions of dollars for clients.

(PRWEB) October 26, 2012

Attorney Adam Loewy of Austin-based Loewy Law Firm was recently named a 2012 Texas Rising Star℠. Why does this matter? In the legal realm, there are few honors higher than being named a Rising Star℠. In order to win this title, attorneys must be nominated by their colleagues; they also must have been practicing for 10 years or less. Peers are encouraged to vote for the counterparts they have personally observed in action.

Besides being nominated by one's peers, an attorney-led research team evaluates a lawyer based upon various criteria. A lawyer must be properly licensed and in most instances, have no history of disciplinary action. Other factors that are examined include a candidate's professional achievements, special licenses and certifications, verdicts and settlements, transactions, representative clients, experience, honors and awards, position within a law firm, bar and other professional activity, community service, scholarly lectures and writings, education and employment background, and so forth.

Based upon the points given to an attorney via the peer survey and research process, a final tally is achieved. According to the SuperLawyers® website, only 2.5% of lawyers in the state are named to the Rising Stars℠ list.

The title is thus essentially an award that separates the good from the best. As SuperLawyers® itself explains, “SuperLawyers® recognizes attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. Our selection process is rigorous and results in third-party validation of your professional accomplishments.” Attorney Loewy's name will appear in the April 2013 issues of Texas SuperLawyers® Magazine and Texas Monthly magazine. The SuperLawyers® magazine is published nationwide and subscribed to by more than 13 million readers. All attorneys that are selected can be found on superlawyers.com.

When an attorney has been named a Rising Star℠ you know that you can trust them with your case, because they have been endorsed by an external source. While many attorneys' websites sing their personal praises, a Rising Star℠ nomination is an objective, collective honor that is unachievable on your own.

The Rising Star℠ selection process is in-depth and exhaustive and recognizes only the individuals with the highest level of peer recognition and professional accomplishment. SuperLawyers® goal when nominating attorneys is to “…create a credible, reliable and comprehensive listing of outstanding attorneys as a resource for both consumers and attorneys who are seeking legal counsel.”

Attorney Adam Loewy has practiced personal injury law for over ten years. He began his own law firm after graduating from the University of Texas School of Law. Attorney Loewy has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN for his legal expertise. The Austin American-Statesman called Attorney Loewy a “fighter willing to take on a controversial case while showing empathy for his clients.” Attorney Loewy has also been a benefactor to his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, providing scholarship money for underprivileged students. He was previously named a SuperLawyer® in 2010 and 2011 is a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Advocates. The Loewy Law Firm offers a free initial consultation to any prospective client.

If you have sustained injuries as the result of another person's negligence, contact Attorney Loewy today for the legal help you need. Loewy Law Firm strives after the professional excellence you want on your side during this difficult time. If you wish to learn more about Loewy Law Firm and its various credentials, visit the firm's website at http://www.PersonalInjuryLawyersAustinTX.com.

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