Posts tagged "Personal Injury-Plaintiff"

Toby Cole turns an adversary into a partner

In the next issue of Texas Rising Stars, which comes out in April, we tell the story of personal injury attorney Toby Cole, one of the partners at Midani Hinkle & Cole in Houston. He's a personal injury attorney with a personal injury perspective -- been in a wheelchair since high school after breaking his neck in a pool accident. He shares with us how his disability played a role in him eventually partnering with Mark Midani.

From the Vault: Atlanta Attorney Don Keenan Goes the Extra Mile

In the 2006 issue of Georgia Super Lawyers magazine magazine, we profiled Don C. Keenan, a Personal Injury-Plaintiff attorney with The Keenan Law Firm in Atlanta. Keenan, a past president of the Inner Circle of Advocates, and author of the book "365 Ways to Keep Kids Safe," specializes in child injury and wrongful death cases.

In the 2011 issue of Texas Super Lawyers

In the latest issue of Texas Super Lawyers (available online, digitally, via app and in print), cover feature Rick Robertson, who practices family law at Koons Fuller in Plano, talks about how his practice is changing in the era of Facebook.

U.S. Supreme Court Rules on New Haven Firefighters; David N. Rosen Says, 'Not So Fast'

The hotly debated firefighter promotion exam in New Haven, Conn., is back in court.

Philadelphia Trial Lawyer Bernard Smalley on Being Your Client's One Shot

SMALLEY_B_color.jpgIn 2008 we spoke with personal injury trial lawyer Bernard Smalley of Anapol, Schwartz, Weiss, Cohan, Feldman & Smalley in Philadelphia for a piece that ran that year in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers. In this previously unpublished excerpt, he talks about the pressures involved in his line of work.

Michael J. Lowenberg and the Return of the Raeburn

Last week, thanks in part to representation from personal injury-plaintiff attorney Michael J. Lowenberg of The O'Quinn Law Firm in Houston, socialite Joanne King Herring once again gazed upon a painting she hadn't seen for more than 25 years.