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Super Lawyers of Texas Names Brandon Lavery One of Its 2017 Rising Stars

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The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

attorney-brandon-laveryDallas, TX, October 26, 2016 – Brandon Lavery, Attorney at Eberstein & Witherite, LLP has been selected to the 2017 Super Lawyers of Texas Rising Stars list. This is the third consecutive year that Lavery has received this distinction as one of the best young lawyers in the state.

Super Lawyers is a service that rates lawyers in many different practice areas, who have exhibited outstanding qualities and earned the respect of their peers. The list is intended to showcase a diverse group of attorneys who have achieved a consistent level of excellence in their practice.

“It goes without saying that this distinction is something I value,” Lavery stated. “You never take something like this for granted even if you’ve had the distinction in the past, because in this field, you have to prove yourself every year. I’m most proud that a peer recognized the work I’ve done on behalf of this firm and especially on behalf of our clients.”

To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be under the age of 40, or have practiced law for less than 10 years. The balloting and review process is conducted every year, therefore lawyers who make the list one year must undergo a new review the following year to determine if they merit the distinction again.

Amy Witherite, founding partner of Eberstein & Witherite LLP says of the accolade “I am very proud of Brandon and all the members of our legal team who have been selected for this distinction. Our commitment to working with excellent attorneys whose work ethic mirrors our mission to provide exceptional legal advocacy for our clients is demonstrated by this award.”

The Rising Stars list, which also includes profiles of each lawyer, appears in Super Lawyers Magazine, which is a national publication. The list is also published in prominent city and regional newspapers and magazines throughout the country.

Brandon graduated from Texas A&M’s School of Law, where he earned Dean’s List honors for two consecutive years. He works in the Dallas office of Eberstein & Witherite, and has gained extensive first chair experience in more than 65 jury trials throughout North Texas. Lavery and his wife Natalie live in Dallas with their daughter Quinn, and he enjoys playing soccer in his spare time.

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Dallas-based law firm of Eberstein & Witherite, LLP, is experienced helping injured Texans and their families obtain compensation for damages sustained as a result of negligent individuals and large corporations. Their attorneys, and legal team are committed to providing the highest quality of legal representation in the area to ensure we deliver one thing: results.  Eberstein & Witherite excels in providing personalized service to our clients in business litigation suits, personal injury cases, and bad faith insurance claims.

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