Cappolino named to nation ‘Top 100’ list


Cappolino Cappolino CA MERON—T imot hy R . Cappolino, a local attorney, has been named as a member or the prestigious National Trial Lawyers Top 100.

According to National Trial Lawyers President Ed Hershwee, membership in the Top 100 shows that an attorney has the “ knowledge, skill, expe- rience and success held by only t he finest and best lawyers in Ameri- c a.” Her shwee said that, by combining resources, power, and inf luence, The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 is devoted to preserving and protecting justice for all.

“This is exciting,” Cappolino said. “Not only is membership in this organization an honor, it gives me access to tools and resources that will help me better represent my clients.”

TheNTLTop100isan invitation- only organization composed of the premier trial lawyers from each state in the nation who meet stringent qualifications as civil plaintiff and/or criminal defense trial lawyers. Selection is based on a rigorous process which includes peer nominations and third-party research. Membership is extended solely to the select few of the most qualified attorneys from each state who demonstrate superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature and public profile.

Cappolino, who has offices in Conroe, Temple, Cameron and Austin, is a partner in the Cappolino|Dodd|Krebs law firm, a team of personal injury attorneys that focuses on asbestos exposure, wrongful death and helping anyone who has suffered a serious injury due to negligence.

“When companies fail at being good neighbors and good corporate citizens, they must be held accountable,” he said. “ That’s where we can help.”

You can find more information on the firm’s website, Asbestos Law.com, or by calling 254-697- 4965.


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