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New Jersey Attorney David Wheaton Named to Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum

The Prestigious Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum Extends Membership to David T. Wheaton, Esq. of Levinson Axelrod

HOWELL, N.J. (PRWEB) February 25, 2014
New Jersey auto accident law firm Levinson Axelrod is honored to announce the inclusion of attorney David T. Wheaton, Esq. into the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum as of Feb. 17, 2014.

Membership into this exclusive group is limited to only those attorneys who have achieved numerous multi-million dollar jury verdicts. While over 4,000 U.S. attorneys are members, this number represents less than one percent of all lawyers throughout the country.

Wheaton, who has been a lawyer with Levinson Axelrod since 1968, says being honored with the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum membership is a reward for the often rigorous pursuit of justice for injury victims. "I've thought about this through the years," Wheaton said. "Trying one of these important cases requires a lot of academic and emotional strength. It really takes a great deal out of you. During the trial it takes you away from your family to some degree and it's very worthwhile when the jury comes back with an outstanding verdict. There's nothing like it."

In addition to the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Wheaton is an active member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, a past president of the Middlesex County Trial Lawyers Association and has been a Certified Trial Attorney since 1982, a designation presented by the Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey; Wheaton also holds the distinction of holding Certified Trial Attorney status longer than any other attorney in New Jersey.

As one of New Jersey's only Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum members, Levinson Axelrod congratulates Wheaton on his achievement and wishes him continued success.

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