Cohen & Sinowski, a Marietta law firm, is proud to announce that one of its partners, Thomas C. Sinowski II, has been selected for inclusion into The National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Georgia. This designation is reserved for the state’s best attorneys under the age of 40 and is awarded only to those who have demonstrated superior skills and qualifications in personal injury litigation.
The elite award symbolizes a Tommy’s superior trial qualifications, leadership abilities and trial results as evidence by his or her superior trial skills, reputation among peers and leadership results as demonstrated by his superior trial results. A combination of third party research and peer nominations identifies the top candidates in their respective legal fields.
The National Trial Lawyers is an invitation-only organization composed of the best civil plaintiff and/or criminal defense trial lawyers from each state or region who meet stringent qualifications as measured by lawyers who practice in the same area. Membership is extended only to the select few of the most qualified attorneys from each state or region who demonstrate superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, stature and public profile as measured by objective and uniformly applied standards. For the full statement, click here.
The attorneys of Cohen & Sinowski focus their practice on handling and resolving accident cases for the people of Cobb County and surrounding jurisdictions. Our lawyers have spent their entire careers working to achieve justice for our clients by fighting to obtain compensation from the insurance companies. Our team will diligently handle your case by investigating the details of your injuries, collecting evidence and evaluating the worth of your claim. We have represented individuals in some of the largest personal injury verdicts in Georgia history. At Cohen & Sinowski, we have helped many injured victims get the compensation they need and deserve. Contact us today for your free consultation.