Since its founding, Premier Law Group’s mission has been to provide expert legal services with a personalized touch. Receiving the ACQ5 2019 Law Award for the United States Personal Injury Law Firm of the Year, as well as the United States Client-Care Law Firm of the Year, affirms PLG’s commitment to being one of the most client-centric personal injury firms in the country.
After hearing the ACQ5 award announcement, PLG partner, Patrick Kang, shared, “We are extremely honored to be recognized by such a prestigious, global media organization. Our team never forgets that when our clients come to us, they are in a vulnerable state and not only need legal counsel but empathy. These two awards recognize PLG’s rare combination of providing exceptional service with caring and compassion.”
Premier Law Group is dedicated to protecting the legal rights of individuals and families residing in the Seattle-Bellevue area who have suffered a personal injury. PLG attorneys know that recovering from an auto accident, being wrongfully fired from a job, or coping with an injury resulting from someone else’s negligence can be extremely stressful. “Our goal is to relieve as much of the pressure as possible, so our clients can focus on their recovery and rebuilding their lives. Our expertise allows us to navigate the legal system and get the compensation that our clients deserve,” explained PLG partner, Jason Epstein, “It is an honor to be recognized by ACQ5 for our efforts to provide exceptional client care, and we will continue to hold ourselves to these high standards.”
With over 168,000 subscribers worldwide, ACQ5 is one of the leading corporate media outlets providing breaking news, current developments, and industry insights to business leaders. For over a decade, the ACQ5 Law Award has recognized and celebrated “achievement, innovation, and brilliance” in the legal industry across the globe. Premier Law Group is proud to be named by ACQ5 as Personal Injury Law Firm of the Year and Client-Care Law Firm of the Year for the United States.