Eglet Adams Attorneys Named Mountain States Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Eglet Adams Attorneys who were named Mountain States Super Lawyers or Rising Stars

Seven Eglet Adams attorneys have been recognized in the Mountain States Super Lawyers’ 2023 list. Partners Robert Eglet, Tracy Eglet, and Robert Adams were selected as 2023 Super Lawyers and associates Cassandra Cummings, Richard Hy, Ashley Kabins, and Jordan Eglet were named Rising Stars.

Super Lawyers recognizes the top attorneys nationwide, across a variety of practice areas and firm sizes, using a patented process of independent research and peer input. Through their patented multiphase selection process, Super Lawyers creates a credible, comprehensive, and diverse listing of outstanding attorneys that can be used as a resource for attorneys and consumers searching for legal counsel.

2023 marks the 17th consecutive year that Senior Partner Robert Eglet has been selected as a Mountain States Super Lawyer. In addition to Robert Eglet, eight Eglet Adams Attorneys have been named as Mountain States Super Lawyers or Rising Stars. The following attorneys have been recognized as Super Lawyers: Robert Eglet (2007-2023), Tracy Eglet (2019-2023), and Robert Adams (2011-2015, 2019-2023). The following attorneys have been recognized as Rising Stars: Artemus Ham (2013), Erica Entsminger (2015), Cassandra Cummings (2019-2023), Richard Hy (2020-2023), Ashley Kabins (2023), and Jordan Eglet (2023).

An article on Eglet Adams, titled “Trial Attorneys With Record-Setting Victories”, was featured in the 2023 Mountain States Super Lawyers issue.

About The Law Office of Eglet Adams

The law office of Eglet Adams, one of the most successful and well-respected personal injury law firms in the State of Nevada, has obtained more multimillion-dollar verdicts than any other law firm in the state. This includes the largest personal injury verdict in America in 2010 ($505 million), as well as the largest personal injury verdict in America in 2013 ($524 million), and the fourth-largest personal injury verdict in America in 2011 ($186.2 million).

Eglet Adams has a long history of fighting for the interests of its injured clients. Eglet Adams currently serves as outside counsel for the State of Nevada and also represents many of Nevada’s cities and counties in lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors. To date, the Nevada Attorney General’s Office, with Eglet Adams as outside counsel, has negotiated more than $1.1 billion in opioid-related settlements. Eglet Adams’ opioid litigation is not the first time this small firm has gone up against a massive corporate titan despite the odds. In 2019, Eglet Adams obtained an $800 million settlement for the victims of the Route 91 shooting, in 2013, the firm obtained a $524 million verdict against a health insurance company for those injured at a local endoscopy clinic, and in 2010, Eglet Adams secured $505 million against Teva Pharmaceuticals for their role in manufacturing and distributing vials of Propofol that served as the vehicle for spreading Hepatitis C in an outbreak that exposed 63,000 patients in Las Vegas.

Our firm has been recognized nationally, locally, and by peers with numerous awards and accomplishments throughout our years of law practice. Eglet Adams has routinely been named one of the Most Influential Plaintiff Law Firms in the United States by the National Law Journal and was selected for the 2014 Plaintiffs’ Hot List, an annual recognition of the top plaintiffs’ law firms in the country. In 2018, Senior Partner Robert Eglet was inducted into the Inner Circle of Advocates, an invitation-only organization whose membership is limited to the 100 best Plaintiff trial lawyers in the United States.