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Personal Injury Attorney Jeff Rasansky Highlighted Among Dallas' Best Lawyers

Submitted by jrlaw on Mar 24th, 2009

DALLAS — Dallas personal injury attorney Jeff Rasansky, founder of the Rasansky Law Firm, is featured in D Magazine's recently released list of "the Best Lawyers in Dallas." Mr. Rasansky is one of only 15 attorneys in the city to earn recognition based on their work in personal injury litigation.

To compile "the Best Lawyers in Dallas" listing, D Magazine asked lawyers to nominate attorneys in their same practice area who they rank among the city's best. After the nomination process, a panel of prominent lawyers met with D Magazine's editors to evaluate and finalize the final list.

"The true measure of success for any lawyer is how well they represent their clients," says Mr. Rasansky. "I am honored that the lawyers I work with and against have recognized our work at the firm, and that they consider me among the best lawyers in Dallas."

This marks the third time Mr. Rasansky has been included among the publication's listing of Dallas' top attorneys. This year's list appears in the June issue of D Magazine.

The most recent D Magazine honor is the latest in a string of accolades for Mr. Rasansky. He has earned a spot on the prestigious "Texas Super Lawyers" listing in Texas Monthly each of the past five years, and was named one of the "500 Leading Plaintiffs' Attorneys in America" by Lawdragon in 2007.

After earning his law degree from the Southern Methodist University School of Law in 1990, Mr. Rasansky joined a downtown Dallas firm where he learned the legal tactics used by large insurance companies, hospitals and nursing homes. In 1994, he formed The Rasansky Law Firm. Since then, his firm exclusively has represented individuals in cases involving medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, products liability, overtime pay, and serious vehicle accidents.

For more information, visit the Rasansky Law Firm web site.