Attorney Luke Mitcheson of Mitcheson & Lee in Boston has always strived to collect every last penny for his clients ever since he began practicing injury law in 2012. Through his dedication, he has been able to achieve incredible case results on behalf of those who were wrongfully injured. In particular, he has directed his attention to car accident claims, as these are both common and devastating.
Due to his success and excellent casework in the field of auto accidents, Attorney Luke Mitcheson was recently selected to the Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association – Top 25 group, which is a subset of The National Trial Lawyers’. This is an incredible honor for Attorney Mitcheson, who does everything he can to make a positive difference in the lives of his car accident clients. From all of us at Mitcheson & Lee, we would like to thank everyone who helped make this achievement possible, including both The National Trial Lawyers’ and our clients, who allow Attorney Mitcheson to continually refine his legal abilities.
The Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association (MVTLA) is an organization that can only be joined through invitation. Membership is rewarded annually and only up to 25 lawyers from each state can be granted it. The end result is a truly prestigious group of personal injury attorneys who have an intentional practice focus on motor vehicle accident claims.
According to the MVTLA, the attributes found among favored members include:
We believe these are definitely traits held by Attorney Mitcheson! In addition to this exciting new membership, he has also earned membership to the American Association for Justice, the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, and the Massachusetts Bar Association. He has also been named a Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ member and maintains a 10.0 “Superb” Avvo rating.
For more information about the MVTLA, you can click here to visit the organization’s official website. Need a Boston car accident lawyer for a claim of your own? Contact our law firm at any time to arrange a free consultation.