If you need legal representation, then you deserve to have an attorney who is certified as an Expert or Specialist fighting in your corner.

Why is a certified expert important?

Step 1.  Click on the state where your legal case is located:

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California

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Some states have recognized the need for select attorneys with a high degree of knowledge and experience in a particular area of law to apply to the State Bar to be recognized as an Expert or Specialist.

To help you in your selection of an attorney, we have gathered a select number of these attorneys who are certified experts or specialists to help you with your legal issue.

 

Experts/Specialists Have:

  

  • High degree of knowledge 

  • High degree of skill 

  • Complete knowledge of the law 

  • Successfully passed a written and/or oral test overseen by the State Bar.

 

You need to have surgery. Would you have your family doctor perform the surgery, or would you want it done right and seek out a surgeon who is a specialist to perform the surgery? 


You win the lottery. Would you have a bookkeeper prepare your taxes or would you make sure it is done right and hire an accountant? 


You get the point! 


You can hire any attorney, but you should consider hiring a certified expert/specialist. These attorney are dedicated and have demonstrated a high degree of knowledge and competence in the area of law that they are certified under. Look at all of the requirements that the expert/specialist had to go through just to have the designation as an expert/specialist.

 

Are all attorneys experts?

 

Only a small percentage of all attorneys are certified experts. Some attorneys falsely advertise that they are experts or specialize in a certain areas of law. This is unfortunate, because the client thinks that they are hiring a real expert with superior knowledge of the law, but they are not. In these cases, the very foundation of the attorney/client relationship is built on a lie. Don’t be a victim of their false claims.

 

In states that actually allow attorneys to advertise that they are experts or specialists, the attorney must apply to the State Bar and meet all of the strict requirements and take a test(s) in order to even be considered an expert/specialist. For example, in Nevada, only around 1% of all licensed attorneys have successfully designated as experts/specialists.

 

In order for an attorney to be listed on this website, the attorney MUST be certified by the State Bar as an expert/specialist. This means that each attorney on this website has successfully passed all requirements of the State Bar to become one of the select few to be named as an expert/specialist.