The best Maine civil rights law firms for March 2010 were named by bestattorneysonline.com, the independent authority on the best law firms. These firms are prepared to help ensure that your rights are being protected in the state of Maine.
Online PR News – 15-March-2010 – – Plymouth, IN – bestattorneysonline.com, the independent authority on the best law firms, unveiled the March 2010 rankings of the best Main civil rights attorneys. The firms that are recognized on this have proven themselves during an extensive evaluation process by an experienced research team. Thousands of applicants were reviewed in order to find the best Maine civil rights law firms.
Ensuring that your civil rights are being properly defended takes choosing the best attorney, not just any attorney. Civil rights are the rights that are conferred upon an individual within the United States. The exact rights that are conferred are dependent upon the state and the status of citizenship. The firms listed below understand the Maine court system and are the best prepared firms with a deep understanding of how to properly defend the civil rights of their clients.
The best Maine civil rights attorneys for March 2010 are:
1. Soule, Soule & Logan
2. Anita Marie Volpe
3. Fisher & Phillips LLP
4. Pierce Atwood LLP
5. Preti, Flaherty, Beliveau & Pachios
6. Lipman, Katz & McKee P.A.
7. Johnson & Webbert, LLP
8. Lambert Coffin Haenn
9. Burns & Farrey
10. Gilbert & Grief, P.A.
bestattorneysonline.com assigned a specialized research team to review the thousands of applicant firms seeking to be ranked. They test the knowledge of each firm when it comes to civil rights in the state of Maine. Questions are asked such as, “Has the firm handled affirmative action cases before? If so, what is the firm’s case successes and failures?” or “What level of success does the attorney have when it comes to constitutional rights cases?”.
Attorneys looking to be ranked with bestattorneysonline.com can apply at:
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