The Mellino Law Firm Earns Tier 2 Ranking in 2021 “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News — Best Lawyers®
Our team is proud to share that, carrying on our firm tradition started in 2010, The Mellino Law Firm has once again been included in “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®! Only a small percentage of practices receive this honor each year.
The Mellino Law Firm earned a Tier 2 regional ranking among Cleveland’s medical malpractice firms for our advocacy on behalf of plaintiffs. For the 2021 Edition of “Best Law Firms,” an independent editorial team reviewed millions of client surveys and peer evaluations along with each firm’s history and case results. These three data points were combined to create a quality score for every firm. Only the highest scorers in each region and practice area were awarded a tiered ranking.
“Best Law Firms” by U.S. News — Best Lawyers® is released each year as a consumer guide, but attorneys also consider it a reliable source to learn more about the reputations of their peers. Because the editorial team considers client opinions — which cover aspects of a firm’s service like responsiveness and cost-effectiveness — and peer feedback that examines a team’s skill, law firms must provide a great all-around experience to score high enough for inclusion.
The Mellino Law Firm focuses on a small list of practice areas, so we can provide our clients with high-quality representation. As a team experienced in medical malpractice claims, we have the technical knowledge necessary to advocate for those who were wronged by caregivers.
Our personal attention to each case allows us to provide award-winning service. Clients who work with The Mellino Law Firm can be confident they will receive the comprehensive support they need after an injury or case of medical malpractice. Thank you for supporting us — if you need us, we are here to help.
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