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Robert. L. Parks is selected for 2010 edition of ‘Best Lawyers in America’

February 2, 2010

FEB 02 2010
Veteran trial attorney Robert L. Parks was selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2010 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the specialties of personal injury litigation and product liability litigation. Mr. Parks, whose law office is in Coral Gables, is one of a select group of distinguished attorneys who have been listed in Best Lawyers for 25 consecutive years. Out of the estimated 30,000 Best Lawyers in America, only 1,397 have been consecutively named since 1983.

Mr. Parks is an appointee to the Governor’s Commission on Property Rights, he serves as vice chair on the board of visitors for The National Judicial College, he is on the dean’s advisory board for Florida International University’s College of Law, he is on the board of the Historical Association of South Florida, and he is co-chair of the fundraising committee for Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc. A native of Nassau, Bahamas, Mr. Parks is a longtime South Florida resident, currently residing with his wife, Lyn, in Coconut Grove.

For a quarter of a century, Best Lawyers has been regarded – by both the profession and the public – as the definitive guide to legal excellence in the United States. Because selection to Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey (comprising more than 2.8 million confidential evaluations by fellow top attorneys) and because no fee or purchase is required to be listed, inclusion in Best Lawyers is rightly considered a singular honor. Best Lawyers has been described by The American Lawyer as “the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice.”

The Law Offices of Robert L. Parks, P.L. is a Coral Gables-based plaintiff’s litigation firm specializing in aviation litigation, resort litigation, premises liability, negligent security, commercial litigation, maritime/admiralty litigation, and general wrongful death and personal injury claims. For more information, log onto