At David Shapiro Law PLLC, we are proud to announce that all three of our attorneys, David Carey Shapiro, Colby Scott Wells and Heather E. Bushor, were added to the Super Lawyers list for 2019. This is a significant milestone for our firm, and we feel it represents the quality service we provide to our clients.

A rating system of attorneys from over 70 practice areas, Super Lawyers recognizes lawyers with outstanding professional achievements who have been nominated by their peers. And as we represent you in your personal injury needs, this is an honor we do not take lightly.

Selection criteria

The patented selection process begins with an annual opportunity for peer nomination, as attorneys may not campaign or nominate ourselves. Then, along with peer evaluation, those selected for the list are evaluated on achievements in areas which include:

  • Service to the community
  • Honors or awards
  • Settlements
  • Scholarly writings or lectures
  • Professional or bar activities

In addition to inclusion in the Super Lawyers list, all three of our attorneys meet the criteria of Rising Stars. Along with the requirements included in the Super Lawyers selection, a Rising Star must be in practice for no more than 10 years or be under the age of 40. We are especially grateful for our team recognition this year, especially since less than 3% of attorneys in each state qualify for inclusion.

Accomplishment is about more than a list. It is about our community.

While we are excited to share our accomplishments with you, we do not take these acknowledgments lightly. Our inclusion is based on providing our best efforts to you, and we understand that we can only be our best selves in relation to giving back.

Through our continued efforts to decrease distracted driving among young adults, our partnership with the Motovate App provides scholarship opportunities for high school students. Thankful for our recognition and opportunity to represent you, we look forward to ways we can continue to serve and improve our community in the years to come.