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Charley Gee is now a Lead Counsel rated attorney

We are pleased to announce that Charley Gee has been named a Lead Counsel rated attorney by Thomson Reuters in the area of personal injury law.

"The Lead Counsel Rating was developed in 1997 in order to provide a simple and reliable tool consumers and businesses can use to evaluate an attorney's ability and credibility. In order to earn the Lead Counsel Rating, an attorney must not only demonstrate significant legal experience, but must also receive multiple peer recommendations advocating his or her ability."

Beyond being recognized for professional achievement and recognition, Lead Counsel attorneys must commit to the following practices:

  • Treat clients with respect and courtesy.

  • Promptly return client telephone calls and e-mails.

  • Thoroughly discuss rights and obligations, objectives, and strategies for representation with every client.

  • Represent clients competently and diligently.

  • Keep clients informed and provide them with copies of all pleadings, correspondence, and case-related materials, if so requested.

  • Treat client information with the utmost confidentiality, handle client matters with the highest degree of ethical conduct, and always comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct.

  • Charge a reasonable fee and explain in advance how the fee will be computed and billed.

  • Remain in good standing with any bar association in any jurisdiction where I am admitted to practice.

  • Stay current in the practice area for which I am Rated by taking relevant continuing education courses as required by my state bar association.

Charley Gee is a Portland personal injury attorney. He exclusively represents injured people against insurance companies and corporations.

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Portland personal injury lawyer Charley Gee
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