Super Lawyers® researches and officially recognizes attorneys that the organization considers to be some of the greatest in the business. It uses an incredibly stringent process involving nominations, independent research, and more steps to determine who deserves the honor to be called a Super Lawyers® member, which only lasts for one year. The final selections are categorized by practice area of focus, such as civil litigation or criminal defense, and by region.
It is with much excitement that our team at Fendon Law Firm, P.C. can announce that Attorney Matt Craig Fendon has been selected for the 2018 list of Southwest Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ for his work as a
workers' compensation claimant's lawyer and a
Social Security Disability lawyer. An attorney must have less than 10 years of practice experience or be younger than 40-years of age to be selected as a Rising Stars℠ member. No more than 5% of attorneys will earn an annual selection to Super Lawyers® and just 2.5% can become Rising Stars℠.
This is not the first time that Attorney Matt Fendon has stood out as an example of greatness among his peers. He has earned a Rising Stars℠ selection for the last five consecutive years (2014 to 2018). We would like to take this time to both congratulation Matt on his success and to thank everyone who helped make this possible. Of course, we need to pass appreciation to our clients, who have come to Attorney Fendon and the entirety of Fendon Law Firm, P.C. for legal support throughout the years. Thanks to our clients, we have been growing since our establishment in 1972, and Matt has honed his abilities.
If you would like to know more about Super Lawyers®, you can click here
to view Attorney Matt Fendon's profile on the official Super Lawyers® website. If you need a dedicated workers' compensation lawyer or Social Security Disability attorney for a case of your own, please do not hesitate to contact our law firm
at your first opportunity. We proudly offer free initial consultations
to our workers' comp and SSD case clients.