John Bisnar, Senior Partner of the Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys personal injury law firm has been rated “Superb,” receiving a perfect 10 from AVVO, a top lawyer rating service on the Internet. Avvo is a national organization that evaluates attorneys in specific regions. A good Avvo rating is an evaluation of the lawyer’s background that is calculated using a mathematical model which takes into consideration the lawyer’s profile, years of experience, disciplinary history, professional accomplishments and industry recognition.
Avvo is quickly evolving as the top source of information for lawyers and consumers. Not only does it create a great resource for consumers, but it also helps them by showing in tangible terms, how an attorney is rated. Attorneys are rated by their peers as well as their clients. Peer ratings are extremely important because it takes more than just a good attorney to earn the praise and respect of his or her peers.
Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys represents individuals who have been seriously injured because of an accident, a defective product or negligence. Over 31 years, the firm has successfully handled more than 4,000 personal injury cases. The firm’s lawyers have represented injured clients in car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, bus and train accidents and accidents involving drunk and negligent drivers.
John Bisnar has stood up and fought for clients’ rights in defective auto product cases against industry giants such as Ford, General Motors and Japanese auto makers. The firm has won multi-million dollar settlements against governmental agencies for clients who were injured as a result of dangerous roadway conditions.
John Bisnar is also the author of “Seven Fatal Mistakes that Can Wreck your California Personal Injury Claim,” a must-read book for anyone who has ever been injured in a car accident or any accident. It gives readers a step-by-step analysis of what can go wrong with their injury claim and how they can easily avoid those pitfalls and successfully obtain the compensation they rightfully deserve in their case.