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ATTORNEY MALCOLM PUROW EARNS CIVIL TRIAL CERTIFICATION FROM THE FLORIDA BAR


June 16, 2013 Dell & Schaefer personal injury attorney Malcolm Purow recently joined an elite group of Florida lawyers by earning his certification in Civil Trial from the Florida Bar. Only six percent of the states more than 93,000 attorneys have earned the distinction. Board certification recognizes attorneys special knowledge, skills and proficiency in various areas of law and professionalism and ethics in practice. Certification is the highest level of evaluation by The Florida Bar of the competency and experience of attorneys in the 24 areas of law approved for certification by the Supreme Court of Florida. According to Florida Bar President Gwynne A. Young, The Florida Bar's board certification program is one of the best in the country. It assists the public in locating lawyers who have demonstrated their level of skill, excellence and commitment to professionalism." To be a board certified civil trial attorney, attorneys need to practice for a minimum of five years, handle at least 15 civil trials, obtain 30 hours of CLE credits in civil trial, obtain references from other attorneys and judges and pass an exam. This is a great honor for Malcolm and for the firm. It further illustrates the commitment to excellence that we provide to our clients, said Dell & Schaefer Managing Partner Gregory Dell. Malcolm has worked hard for hundreds of clients throughout his career and he deserves to be recognized among the most qualified attorneys in Florida. About Attorneys Dell & Schaefer Since 1979, the personal injury division of Attorneys Dell & Schaefer has helped thousands of people injured both in Florida and nationwide to obtain financial compensation for their pain, suffering, medical bills, and lost wages Dell & Schaefers Florida personal injury lawyers have handled in excess of 25,000 injury cases since 1979 and have recovered settlement and verdicts in excess of $400 million. ###