Dallas attorney discusses what it takes to rank with clients two years in a row.
Dallas, TX, April 18, 2015 – For the second year running, D Magazine readers have voted The Law Offices of Tim O’Hare among the city’s best. The city-based magazine is dedicated to covering all things “Dallas” with a special emphasis on pointing out the city’s finest establishments, service providers and professionals.
“It is a tremendous honor to be recognized with this prestigious honor two years in a row,” says Tim O’Hare, the namesake of firm, who has offices in Dallas and Carrollton. “What makes this even more special is the fact that the honor was bestowed by voters, which means our clients recognize our commitment to providing them with the best representation and service.”
O’Hare’s firm specializes in personal injury law and sheds light on what it takes to be the “best.”
“The simple fact of the matter is there are no ‘best’ lawyers, doctors or hairstylists, for that matter, anywhere,” says O’Hare. “The key to earning such an accolade in any profession lies in consistently going above and beyond. Like many other reputable professionals, we are dedicated to providing clients with expert-level services, compassion and the respect they deserve. We strive to do that each and every day. It’s incredibly humbling to find that our clients recognize this and voted on our behalf.”
have been providing personal injury services to the Dallas community for years. Lawyers in the firm have an average of more than 20 years’ experience to their credit and specialize in such practice areas as automobile accidents, wrongful death, slips and falls, medical malpractice and more.
“We are simply dedicated to giving our clients our best,” O’Hare says.
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The Law Offices of Tim O’Hare serve the Dallas and Carrollton areas, specializing in personal injury cases. Attorneys in the practice have an average of more than 20 years’ experience to their credit in such practice areas as automobile accidents, medical malpractice and wrongful death.