William Muhr Named Personal Injury Attorney of the Year

The 2009 Consumer Business Review has named William Muhr Personal Injury Attorney of the Year.

Online PR News – 18-June-2009 – – Since 1988, William Muhr, LLP has successfully handled personal injury cases stemming from automobile, truck, and motorcycle accidents and aviation disasters. A law firm with office locations in 27 cities in the US, William Muhr, LLP has built its reputation on trust and concluding cases to the complete satisfaction of clients.

William Muhr is a former military judge with extensive experience in personal injury cases. He attended Westchester University where he obtained his Bachelors degree in 1980 and his Masters degree in 1982. While at Westchester University, he worked as a Graduate Assistant in the University's Department of Institutional Research. In 1985, at age 27, he obtained his Juris Doctor (law degree) from the prestigious Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia.

After graduating from Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, he served as a military lawyer. He graduated from the Judge Advocate General's School at the University of Virginia and also worked at Fort Carson as a Brigade Trial Counsel and Prosecutor, where he managed and handled numerous trials.

In 1988, he left active service as a military lawyer and then opened his full-time private practice handling serious personal injury cases and wrongful death claims.

While at all times maintaining his full-time Personal Injury practice and still serving in the Army National Guard, William Muhr was eventually promoted to Deputy Staff Judge Advocate; Staff Judge Advocate; Military Judge; and then to Senior Staff Judge Advocate. He was proud to train and serve as a Certified Military Judge and be a part of an elite organization comprising some the finest judiciary in our nation.

William Muhr served honorably for 24 years, receiving numerous awards and decorations, including the Overseas Service Ribbon; Army Commendation Medal; Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal, Desert Storm Medal; Armed Forces Award Medal; Army Service Ribbon with Oak Leaf Clusters; Major General TJ Stewart Medal; and the National Defense Service Medal.

William Muhr honorably retired from the Army as a Certified Military Judge in 1999 and then continued to focus on his private Personal Injury law practice at William Muhr, LLP. William Muhr, LLP has talented and experienced partners in 27 cities in 10 states.