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Murphy & Prachthauser Receives M Magazine Leading Lawyer Award

leading_lawyers_M_MagMurphy & Prachthauser is pleased to announce that attorneys Don Prachthauser, Keith Stachowiak and Kevin Kukor have been recognized as Leading Lawyers by M Magazine. This award is based on a propriety algorithm created by Avvo, an independent Seattle based company that rates and profiles attorneys nationwide.

“We are honored to be included in this list of distinguished attorneys,” said Don Prachthauser, Milwaukee personal injury attorney. “We specifically look for excellence in character, judgment and legal knowledge in our attorneys and this award is independent affirmation of our commitment to provide exceptional legal services for our clients.”

M Magazine publishes a list of Leading Lawyers annually. This year’s award is based on a rating of attorneys nationwide against a 10-point scale, factoring in peer endorsements as well as experience, education, training, speaking, publishing and awards. Don Prachthauser and Keith Stachowiak received the Leading Lawyer award for the category of Personal Injury, while Kevin Kukor received the Leading Lawyer award in the category of Car Accident.

“I am very honored to received this award,” said Keith Stachowiak. “I take pride in the work I do each day and try to give my clients the dedication and care they deserve.”

For more than 30 years, the Milwaukee personal injury attorneys at Murphy & Prachthauser have represented persons injured by the negligence of others. Murphy & Prachthauser practice personal injury law motivated and equipped to do their best for each client. They take pride in being good lawyers who help people and the firm's attorneys have won multi-million dollar awards or settlements for dozens of clients. You can learn more about Murphy & Prachthauser online at murphyprachthauser.com or you can follow them on Facebook or Twitter.

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