Davenport attorneys selected as Lawyers of the Year


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Posted Online: Nov. 15, 2012, 6:51 pm
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Two attorneys for Davenport-based Lane & Waterman have been selected as Davenport-area Lawyers of the Year by The Best Lawyers in America 2013.

Rand S. Wonio has been selected as the Davenport-area Lawyer of the Year in the field of Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants.Charles E. Miller has been selected as the Davenport-area Lawyer of the Year in the field of Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants.

Mr. Wonio is a fellow and president of the Iowa Academy of Trial Lawyers, and fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, former president of the Scott County Bar Association and member of the Iowa Association for Justice.

Mr. Miller is a member of the Iowa Judicial Nominating Commission, Iowa Academy of Trial Lawyers, Iowa Defense Counsel Association, International Association of Defense Counsel, Defense Research Institute and The Dillon American Inn of Court, Chapter of the American Inns of Court Foundation.

Lane & Waterman has 44 lawyers, with offices in Davenport and Moline.





















 



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