Matthew B.F. Biren Honored with Twelfth Consecutive Selection to Super Lawyers

Matthew B.F. Biren Honored with Twelfth Consecutive Selection to Super Lawyers

We are proud to announce that Matthew B.F. Biren, attorney and founder of the Biren Law Group, has been selected for the 2017 Super Lawyers, marking his 12th consecutive year with this distinction.

The multiphase selection process is done annually and on a state-by-state basis. Lawyers cannot nominate themselves or campaign. 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement are used to evaluate each candidate, ensuring a credible and comprehensive listing that provides a valuable resource for attorneys and consumers.

The 12 indicators of the independent research phase of the selection process include:

  • Verdicts and settlements
  • Transactions
  • Representative clients
  • Experience
  • Honors and awards
  • Special licenses and certifications

Mr. Biren has, for over 30 years, devoted his career to providing clients with representation that allows them to effectively fight against corporations and insurance companies in cases involving brain and spinal cord injuries, wrongful death, and catastrophic injuries.

Mr. Biren is not only licensed to practice within the state of California, but before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court as well.

The Biren Law Group is a personal injury firm based in Los Angeles. If you have been injured in an accident, seeking the best legal representation can make a difference in your future, which is why we handle each case with care, attention, and passion. We are a contingency fee based firm and offer no risk consultations. Call us at 310-896-4345.

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