Six NST Lawyers Named Mid-South Super Lawyers
And Four NST Lawyers Named Mid-South Rising Stars
The firm of Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, PLC is pleased to announce that Alex Saharovich, Glenn K. Vines, Jr., David W. Hill, David A. Siegel, Mark N. Geller and Kevin N. Graham are included on the 2015 Super Lawyers list in the area of Personal Injury and that Adam H. Johnson, Derek O. Fairchilds, Daniel G. Cossey and Timothy O. Wilson are included on the 2015 Mid-South Rising Stars list. Mr. Vines, Mr. Hill and Mr. Siegel are also named in the Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee and the Top 50 Lawyers in Memphis and Mr. Geller is named in the Top 100 Lawyers in Tennessee.
Super Lawyers by Law & Politics® acknowledges outstanding lawyers who have a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. An annual listing, Super Lawyers nationally names the top 5% of lawyers chosen by their peers and through independent research of Law & Politics, one of the nation’s leading legal journals.
Super Lawyers are selected through a rigorous multi-step selection process. Lawyers are nominated from fellow lawyers and then a blue ribbon review panel of leading attorneys from each practice area conducts a thorough review of the candidates to be included as Super Lawyers. The list of Super Lawyers for Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi is published in the December issues of Mid-South Super Lawyers, Memphis Magazine and The New York Times (Tennessee distribution).
Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz, also known as NST Law, is the largest plaintiff’s law firm in Tennessee that helps injured people recover damages as a result of trucking accidents, automobile accidents, nursing home neglect, on the job injuries and injuries from defective products. Formed in 1990, Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz has offices in Memphis, Jackson and Knoxville, Tennessee; Jackson, Mississippi; and Jonesboro, Arkansas. The firm has 30 lawyers and a staff of over 100 including paralegals, office personnel, secretaries and investigators that have the experience and resources necessary to fully investigate and help successfully resolve cases ranging from relatively simple to extremely complex accidents.