The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) is a nationwide organization
of highly skilled and dedicated legal professionals. In order to gain
membership to the organization, an attorney must show expertise and critical
understanding of the law for their selected areas of practice. The objective
of the NBTA is creating and maintaining a high level of standards for
lawyers to follow, making it simple for people in search of legal assistance
to identify a trustworthy attorney. Due to the strict requirements to
be certified by the NBTA, only an estimated 3% of all practicing lawyers
in the country are board certified.
Our law firm of Sacks Weston Diamond LLC, the trusted name in Pennsylvania
complex litigation and subrogation attorneys, is proud to announce that
Attorney Scott E. Diamond
recertified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He is nationally certified as both a Civil Trial Advocate and a Civil
Pretrial Advocate. In order to be recertified, Attorney Diamond had to
once again prove his knowledge and abilities through rigorous testing.
Recertification with the NBTA is uncommon. If only 3% of lawyers are board
certified, then an unknown but assumedly much smaller percentage are recertified experts.
We would like to take this time to congratulate Attorney Diamond on this
incredible achievement. He has long been known as a leading legal professional
in Pennsylvania and beyond. Due to his efforts and skills, he has been
able to earn numerous other professional recognitions and awards, such
as an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell® and inclusion to
American Lawyer Media’s list of Top Rated Lawyers. He has also played an integral or leading
role in securing more than
$200 million in recoveries for our clients throughout the years.
For more information about the NBTA, click here
to visit the organization’s official website. To learn more about
Attorney Scott Diamond, or to discover how he can help you with a complex litigation case, you are encouraged to contact our law firm
and request a free initial consultation.