Attorney Meghan Connolly recognized by National Trial Lawyers

Posted by Anthony Moujaes on Mar 10, 2020 1:48:19 PM

Cleveland Injury Lawyer Selected to Top 40 Under 40 by National Trial Lawyers

attorney-meghan-connollyLowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA, litigation attorney Meghan P. Connolly was recently named to the Top 40 under 40 list by The National Trial Lawyers, a professional organization with invitation-only membership. The distinction makes Connolly, a partner at the Cleveland personal injury law firm since 2018, part of an elite group of attorneys in Ohio.

Selection to the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 under 40 is based on a multiphase process that includes peer nominations and third-party research. Awarded exclusively to civil plaintiff and/or criminal defense attorneys, the recognition exemplifies "superior qualifications, trial results and leadership as a young lawyer under 40."

"Meghan has shown she is an outstanding, dedicated advocate, so it's fitting that she would receive this honor as one of the top attorneys of her generation," said Lowe Eklund Wakefield partner Greg Scott.

"Meghan brings important perspective to our team of trial attorneys," said partner Ryan Fisher. "We are pleased that National Trial Lawyers has taken notice of her talents."

A large portion of Attorney Connolly's practice is focused on wrongful death lawsuits, nursing home negligence cases, auto vehicle accident cases and defective automobile cases. She graduated Cum Laude from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and obtained her Bachelor of Science from Xavier University.

Earlier this year, Attorney Connolly was named to Super Lawyers Ohio Rising Stars list for the third consecutive year. Only 2.5 percent of the top lawyers in Ohio under age 40 are selected to receive this honor.

Since 1976, Lowe Eklund Wakefield has been frequently sought out to serve as knowledgeable advocates in challenging, high-stakes personal injury and wrongful death cases. Its litigation attorneys often represent car and truck accident victims, and their families, when injuries or death resulted from poor design or defective products.

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