Firm partner and medical malpractice lawyer Kerry D. Staton was honored with the 2017 Top 10 Attorney Award for the State of Maryland from the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys (NAOPIA). The Academy is a Washington D.C.-based organization devoted to acknowledging accomplished personal injury attorneys across the nation. Less than 1% of lawyers make their prestigious list.
Learn more about Kerry D. Staton
Licensed to practice in Maryland and Washington D.C., Mr. Staton focuses his law career on helping victims of medical malpractice. Kerry D. Staton attended Oberlin College and the University of Maryland School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor in 1980. He is a tenacious lawyer, committed to pursuing justice and holding negligent healthcare professionals accountable for their wrongdoings.
Throughout his decades-long career, Mr. Staton has remained an active member of the legal community. He is a member of the Maryland Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice. Additionally, Mr. Staton is a Fellow of the Maryland Bar Foundation, the Reginald Heber Smith Law Fellowship, and the Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference.
Mr. Staton takes community involvement seriously as well. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, a group that offers legal services to low-income individuals. By lecturing at institutions such as the University of Maryland School of Law, the Office of the Attorney General, and Johns Hopkins Hospital, Attorney Staton helps educate legal and medical professionals on topics relating to medical malpractice.
No stranger to receiving honorable designations, Mr. Staton has been recognized by Super Lawyers®, the National Black Lawyers® organization, American College of Trial Lawyers®, Best Lawyers®, and many more.
About the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys
NAOPIA’s mission to “provide advanced educational opportunities that enable personal injury attorneys to afford their clients the best representation possible.” To be included on the NAOPIA’s list, attorneys must go through a four-part selection process. First, a peer or one of the Academy’s research staff members must nominate the attorney. The NAOPIA staff rigorously reviews each application to verify the lawyer meets the minimum requirements for inclusion. Fifty attorneys in each state are chosen to advance to the final selection stage when the Board of Governors officially selects the Top 10 in each state.
Honorees are listed on the Academy’s website, which is easily accessible by any injury victim looking for an accomplished attorney to handle his or her claim.
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When medical malpractice affects your life, trust a knowledgeable lawyer who offers skilled representation. The attorneys at Schochor and Staton, P.A. have recovered more than one billion dollars in settlements and verdicts on behalf of their clients. They have filed more medical malpractice lawsuits in Maryland than any other firm since their opening in 1984. They have the reputation and experience to help you. Call our firm today at 410-234-1000 to arrange a consultation.