Super Lawyers 2016 Acknowledges Rapoport Law Offices, P.C.'s Attorneys for Acclaimed Legal Services

January 26, 2016

Rapoport Law Offices is proud to announce that partners David E. Rapoport and Joshua L. Weisberg have again been selected by Thomson Reuters for its 2016 Edition of Super Lawyers. Mr. Rapoport and Mr. Weisberg have consistently been recognized by Thomson Reuters in previous editions of Super Lawyers, with Mr. Rapoport having been selected to the Super Lawyers list every year since the program came into existence. Rapoport Law Offices associate Matthew S. Sims has also been selected as an Illinois Super Lawyer Rising Star for the third consecutive year in 2016.

No more than 5 percent of the lawyers in the state of Illinois are selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers, while the Super Lawyer Rising Star is a distinction limited to only the top 2.5% of lawyers under the age of 40 in the state of Illinois. The lists are compiled annually by Thomson Reuters and the publishers of Chicago magazine and include outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The annual selections are made using a rigorous process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of candidates and peer reviews by practice area.

Rapoport Law Offices is a personal injury law firm based in Chicago, Illinois. The firm's attorneys represent clients with serious personal injury and wrongful death cases in matters arising from medical malpractice, trucking and other motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents and product liability. Rapoport Law Offices is also well-known nationally for its expertise in the field of aviation law, representing victims of commercial and general airplane crashes for over twenty-five years.

The lawyers and staff at Rapoport Law Offices pride themselves on providing the highest quality of personalized professional legal services. Recognition by Super Lawyers again in 2016 is a testimony to the firm's record of success.