Eagle Law Offices Recognized For Legal Ability & Ethical Standards

Eagle Law Offices Recognized For Legal Ability & Ethical Standards

Recently, Martindale-Hubbell® announced that Paul F. Eagle of Eagle Law Offices was Highly Rated in Both Legal Ability & Ethical Standards. Responding to the award, Mr. Paul Eagle stated:

“I am humbled by my peer recognition and I am genuinely grateful for their acknowledgment.  Obtaining my colleagues’ endorsement is a professional accomplishment and a true milestone for my practice.  I look forward to maintaining their confidence in all aspects of my career.”

A High Peer Review Rating is achieved through a vigorous process that is monitored and managed by North America’s most trusted legal resource, Martindale-Hubbell®. The Peer Review Ratings™ are an objective indication of an attorney’s professional ability and ethical standards, generated from evaluations by other members of the judiciary and the bar and in North America. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ are a blend of a Legal Ability numerical rating and a Very High General Ethical Standards rating. In order to achieve a rating, a large number of responses must be achieved.

To schedule a consultation with Paul at Eagle Law Offices, please call 1(877)579-0650.


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