Booth Law was thrilled to be nominated as a finalist for the 2020 Street Fighter of the Year by the Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC).
The eligibility to be considered for CAOC’s Consumer Attorney of the Year award, members needed to have significantly advanced California consumers’ rights or safety by achieving a noteworthy result in a case.
To be qualified for Street Fighter of the Year, one must be a member of CAOC who practiced for no more than ten years or work in a firm with no more than five attorneys and achieved a particularly noteworthy result.
The winner is selected by a secret ballot of CAOC board members.
The Booth Law team fought for a young victim who was impregnated by her mother’s boyfriend. You may recall we blogged about this case previously. You can find a link to that post here. The settlement, believed to be the highest ever for a single victim of sexual abuse in California, compensated the girl for her horrible abuse and led to significant changes within the county department of social services involved, including the resignation of its director.
On November 14th the finalist was awarded. Sevy Fisher and Greyson Goody of The Simon Law Group in Hermosa Beach and appellate attorney Jeffrey Ehrlich of The Ehrlich Law Firm in Claremont were honored as CAOC’s Street Fighters of the Year for a case that gives injured Californians the power to choose the medical treatment that is best for them, regardless of their insurance network.
It was an honor for Booth Law to be nominated and we applaud the finalists for their excellent work.
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