Morris Lilienthal Selected As An Honoree of the 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyer List

Martinson & Beason, P.C. is pleased to announce that Morris Lilienthal has been selected as an honoree of the 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyer list. The 2019 list was published November 5, 2019.

For the past five straight years, starting in 2013, Morris has represented M&B as a Rising Star Super Lawyer. But this year he joins a group of wider recognition — a list including 5% of the total lawyers in the state — compared to the Rising Star achievement which highlights only lawyers under age 40. This award, like the Rising Star designation, goes to attorneys who have a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement in their area of practice. Because of its objectivity and per evaluations, Super Lawyers is a trusted public resource.

“My passion is helping others in their time of need put the pieces of their life back together.” Lilienthal said. “We have such a great team of experienced and compassionate professionals that are dedicated to delivering the best possible result for our clients.”

The Super Lawyers program is intent on creating a credible listing of outstanding attorneys that consumers can use in finding legal counsel. The Mid-South area encompasses the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee.

Nominees are evaluated in a rigorous process that combines peer review and independent research conducted by the Super Lawyers organization. After receiving a nomination, candidates are selected based on their verdicts/settlements obtained, experience, representative clients, professional activity, pro bono and community service work, amongst other factors.

Morris focuses his practice on helping injury victims obtain the compensation and legal recourse they deserve. His practice areas include personal injury, car accidents, wrongful death, nursing home abuse, and products liability. Morris is also rated AV Preeminent by the rating service Martindale-Hubbell and was selected as a Top 100 Alabama Trial Lawyer by The National Trial Lawyers.

Morris and his wife Shannon have a nine-year-old son Wyatt. Shannon is a teacher at Madison Elementary School. Morris is a member of the Madison Rotary Club and his family is a big supporter of the March of Dimes.