Automobile Accident Attorneys in Tampa who are Board Certified
Several of the automobile accident attorneys at Clark & Martino, P.A. are board certified. As a potential client, you may be wondering what board certification means and why it matters. Board certification was established in 1982 to help people seek out attorneys whose knowledge, training, and experience make them specialists in what they do. Among the approximately 65,000 attorneys in Florida, a mere 7% of them are board certified. Be it criminal law, labor & employment law, real estate, tax, adoption, wills & trusts, or intellectual property, board certification means that an attorney has some of the best qualifications in the state. At Clark & Martino, several of our automobile accident attorneys happen to be Civil Trial certified.
To become certified, an attorney must:
Practice law for a minimum of 5 years
Demonstrate substantial involvement in the area of law for which certification is sought
Earn a passing grade on a specialized exam
Obtain positive peer reviews for competence, character, ethics, and professionalism in the practice of law
If you had a toothache, would you call a podiatrist? Of course not, which is why if you’ve had a car accident you wouldn’t call a divorce attorney. Consider the benefits of hiring an attorney who is board certified in helping people just like you recover compensation for their injuries.
For more information, call Clark & Martino at 1-888-868-5615 for a free case evaluation, or click here. Several of our automobile accident attorneys are board certified, which as you now know puts them a step above the rest.