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Baton Rouge Personal Injury Attorney Steve Marks of Marks and Lear PLC Earns Highest Rating for Ethics and Legal Ability
Date:10/15/2009

Attorney Steve Marks of Baton Rouge law firm, Marks and Lear PLC has received an AV® Peer Review Rating(SM) from Martindale-Hubbell® - the highest rating available.

Baton Rouge, LA (Lexis Nexis) October 15, 2009 -- Personal injury lawyer Steve M. Marks of Marks and Lear PLC has received an AV® Peer Review Rating(SM) from Martindale-Hubbell.

An AV® Rating is the highest rating available through Martindale-Hubbell®, which allows attorneys and judges to anonymously review their colleagues' ethical standards and professional ability.

Lawyers are awarded an AV® rating when they are ranked at the highest level of professional ethics and experience by their peers. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings(SM) are based on an attorney's:

 
  • Legal knowledge
  • Analytical capabilities
  • Judgment
  • Communication ability
  • Legal experience

Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings(SM) serve as an objective indicator that a lawyer has the highest ethical standards and professional ability and are used by buyers of legal services to select legal counsel.

A practicing attorney for more than 30 years, Mr. Marks has been the managing partner of Marks and Lear PLC since 1985. He oversees the firm's litigation and day-to-day operations.

Mr. Marks successfully challenged the constitutionality of laws limiting recovery in Louisiana for the catastrophically injured. He was the first attorney to convince a Louisiana court to accept the expert testimony of a neuropsychologist to confirm brain injury when neurologists and neurosurgeons could find no injury using traditional tests such as EEGs, MRIs, or CAT scans. This decision ended the era of serious closed-head injuries being compensated as routine post-concussion syndrome cases. Mr. Marks also handled the case that established the rule of law in auto insurance policy interpretation that prevents an insurance company from enforcing a policy clause that deducts medical payments benefits from uninsured/underinsured protection.

About the Firm
The experienced attorneys at Baton Rouge, Louisiana's Marks and Lear PLC have represented clients in personal injury cases in state and federal courts for more than 25 years. Listed on the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers™, the firm focuses on cases involving personal injury, automobile accidents, industrial accidents, catastrophic injuries, and maritime law. Contact them at www.markslear.com or call 1-888-259-7208 today for a free consultation.

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