Frederick Penney Receives Prestigious Award From Martindale-Hubbel

Frederick Penney was just named Judicial AV Preeminent Lawyer which is the highest possible

rating as reflected by confidential opinions of members of the Attorney Bar and Judiciary

“This is a great honor that I am humbled by to have both other Attorney’s and those in the Judiciary honor me with this pinnacle of professional excellence. Even if I tried I could not have received a higher legal honor. I cannot thank my fellow attorney’s and members of the bench enough. I would also like to thank the excellent attorney’s and staff at Penney and Associates injury lawyers that make me look good, without them Penney and Associates would not exist and not be as successful as it has become. And finally, thank-you to Martindale-Hubbell who arduously works to make sure the integrity of the peer review is managed and monitored by one of the worlds most trusted legal resource.”


Frederick W. Penney, Esq.

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