Handler, Henning & Rosenberg is proud to announce that we’ve achieved Tier 1 ranking in Harrisburg on the 2023 “Best Law Firms” list for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs by U.S. News and Best Lawyers®. It’s an honor to receive Tier 1 ranking once again, as it validates the aggressive, results-oriented approach we’ve taken to fighting for the injured and grieving.
For a century, HHR has advocated for those who’ve needed help taking on insurance companies, negligent manufacturers, and careless employers. From truck accidents to work injuries, we’ve always put everything into recovering what our clients need. For us, Tier 1 recognition in Harrisburg demonstrates our commitment to the people of this city and all throughout Central Pennsylvania.
How Best Law Firms Ranks Its Honorees
Every year, U.S. News and Best Lawyers collate a list of the leading law firms in 188 metropolitan areas. The only firms considered are those with a Best Lawyers honoree for the current year on staff. Qualifying firms are peer-reviewed via surveys by peers and colleagues in the same city and practice area. Researchers also hear from previous clients to get their testimony about what it was like working with each firm.
Using quantitative and qualitative data measures each firm’s ability to get results, operate ethically, and contribute to the practice of law. Integrity and cost-effectiveness for clients, which go hand-in-hand in personal injury law, are among the top considerations for qualifying firms. Each factor is given a point value and each firm’s total point value divide them into tiers. Tier 1 is comprised of the highest-scoring law firms.
The end result is a list of law firms that represent the most dedicated and effective advocates in their metropolitan region and practice area, ranked according to their effectiveness, results, and integrity.
It’s an honor to be ranked as a Tier 1 personal injury law firm. We look forward to continuing to represent the communities of Harrisburg, helping our clients get the resources they need to rebuild their lives.