Keis George, a subrogation and commercial litigation law firm headquartered in Ohio, is pleased to announce Warren S. George, Kevin F. Keeley, and Shaun E. Young have been named 2023 Super Lawyers.
Super Lawyers selection is limited to 5 percent of lawyers in Ohio, who have been practicing law for more than ten years, and is based on peer nominations, evaluations, and independent research following nomination. Rising Stars selection is limited to 2 ½ percent of lawyers in Illinois, age forty or under, who have been practicing law for less than ten years, and is based on peer nominations, reviews, evaluations, and independent research following nomination.
Professional indicators representative of achievement and peer recognition are also considered, such as verdicts and settlements, pro bono activities, community service, and representative clients.
Warren S. George recognized as a top-rated litigation attorney
Warren S. George, managing litigation partner, has been named to the 2023 Ohio Super Lawyers. George is recognized as a top-rated civil litigation attorney for his accomplishments in litigation, specifically, large loss property matters. George has received the rating for eight consecutive years.
Kevin F. Keeley recognized as a top-rated civil litigation attorney
Kevin F. Keeley, partner, has been named to the 2023 Illinois Rising Stars. Keeley is recognized as a top-rated civil litigation attorney for his achievements in civil litigation and construction defect matters. Keeley has received the rating for six consecutive years.
Shaun E. Young recognized as a top-rated personal injury attorney
Shaun E. Young, partner, has been named to 2023 Ohio Super Lawyers. Young is recognized as a top-rated personal injury attorney for his achievements in personal injury and civil litigation. Young has received the rating for two consecutive years.
About Super Lawyers
Super Lawyers acknowledges attorneys with a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection methodology includes a statewide nomination process, peer review by practice area, and independent candidate research. Nominees are evaluated and selected by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than seventy practice areas throughout the United States.