Kelly Hyman Received Highest Possible Rating from Martindale-Hubbell

An attorney and speaker from Denver, CO, Kelly Hyman, earned the AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell.

Washington, DC - October 21, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Kelly Hyman earned herself the AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell® once again. This is the highest rating possible and it proves her outstanding legal abilities and ethical standards. Kelly first achieved this rating in 2016 and has been able to uphold it ever since through hard work and dedication to her career.

Martindale-Hubbell® has been providing ratings for lawyers for more than 130 years. The AV Preeminent® rating is the highest peer rating standard. The recognition demonstrates that a large number of attorneys in the industry who work alongside Kelly hold her in high regards, specifically in her professional knowledge and capabilities. In order to receive the rating, an attorney’s peers must first review and recommend their fellow attorneys in the industry. By achieving this rating, Kelly has placed herself in the top 10% of all attorneys.

The focus of her practice remains on consumer class action lawsuits and mass tort litigation, having previously represented hundreds of clients in claims filed in both state and federal court systems. Kelly is excited and ready to expand her knowledge and experience on this new journey.

Kelly Hyman spoke at the Masters of Mass Tort Conference in February 2019 held at The Ritz Carlton in Cancun, Mexico. This is their third annual conference discussing everything mass tort related, delivered straight from the experts.

About Kelly Hyman: Kelly Hyman is an attorney, legal analyst, and speaker. The reason Kelly began practicing law is due to her passion for helping other people. Through mass tort litigation and class action suits, she has become a voice of reckoning and reason on behalf of others. Kelly Hyman is a member of the American Association for Justice and is a member of the Florida Bar, the Colorado bar, the Washington D.C. Bar, the Colorado Bar Association, the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, and the Colorado chapter of the Federal Bar Association.

Kelly Hyman has also become an avid speaker in her industry. She has been able to take all her skills developed through law and acting and now uses them to help her peers in the law industry. Kelly attends numerous events and conferences throughout the speaking on topics related to mass tort litigation, consumer rights, water contamination, and more. Due to her talent and experience, she has become a hot commodity for speaking engagements all over the country.
Previously, Kelly Hyman worked as a successful actress for 25 years in New York and California. She appeared in various television shows, movies, off-Broadway plays, and commercials. Kelly has been able to leverage all the tools and experience she gained from the entertainment industry to advance her career as a lawyer. Kelly is still passionate about the entertainment industry today and has also been invited as a guest on various news programs to share her knowledge.

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