Arnold & Itkin Verdict Listed in 2016 Top 50 Recoveries

Recognition from the National Law Journal

Each year, the National Law Journal recognizes firms who have stood out
on the national level in terms of their commitment and execution on behalf
of their clients. The Top 50 Recoveries is a ranked list of these firms
who have succeeded in winning their clients the highest amounts of total
compensation. The National Law Journal keeps track of these amounts over
a 12-month period—this year, the data was collected from July 1,, 2015 to July 1, 2016.

Over the course of this 12-month period, we at Arnold & Itkin LLP were
able to recover $77,807,899 for all of our clients, earning us the National
Law Journal’s recognition as the 37th ranked law firm in the country.

The National Law Journal evolved from a “sibling paper” that
dates back to the 19th century, and it has since become one of the leaders in national legal
news, serving as a crucial medium for attorneys across the country, businessmen
interested in the legal governance of private industries, and as a crucial
resource for plaintiffs looking for the most accomplished firms in their field.

It’s an honor for Arnold & Itkin to be listed amongst the most
powerful and successful personal injury teams in the United States. The
real reward, however, for our hard work and dedication to our clients
is providing for them the security and peace of mind they deserve.

We at Arnold & Itkin do not fight for our clients for the purposes
of receiving national recognition. We fight for our clients because they
have been wrongfully injured by the carelessness or negligence of another
party, and they need our help in piecing their lives back together.

Our firm thanks the National Law Journal for Arnold & Itkin’s
inclusion, and we look forward to continuing the fight for the compensation
our clients deserve.

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