Eglet Adams is proud to announce that Senior Partner Robert Eglet was selected to receive the 2020 Keith Givens Visionary Award at the National Law Journal Awards on January 20 at the Loews Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida.
In order to receive The Keith Givens Visionary Award, an attorney must be a member of the bar who has shown extraordinary creativity in bringing the legal industry together, developing new opportunities for business growth and supporting the professional development of attorneys across the country. Robert Eglet has dedicated his career to pursuing the rights of injured victims. Robert’s passion to help his clients has enabled him to obtain an unprecedented amount of multi-million dollar verdicts, including the largest personal injury verdict in America (2010 & 2013) and the fourth largest personal injury verdict in America in 2011.
Robert is an active member of the Las Vegas legal community and previously served as President and a board member of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Association. He has mentored lawyers and law students alike and is an avid supporter of the William S. Boyd School of Law. In 2018, Robert was inducted to The Inner Circle of Advocates, an invitation-only organization whose membership is limited to the 100 best trial lawyers in the United States.
In addition to Robert’s award, Eglet Adams was named one of the Most Influential Plaintiff Law Firms of 2020.
Eglet Adams, one of the most successful and well-respected personal injury law firms in Nevada, has obtained more multi-million dollar verdicts than any other law firm in the state. The firm handles all personal injury matters, including complex civil litigation. In 2019, the firm announced that it had reached a settlement agreement with MGM Resorts regarding the 1 October Shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The settlement, which will be between $735 million and $800 million will be distributed in 2020 to the families of the 58 victims who died in the shooting and others who were injured. Eglet Adams is also devoted to combating the opioid epidemic and represents the State of Nevada and many of its cities and counties in lawsuits against opioid manufacturers and distributors.