What Does It Mean When an Attorney Is Board Certified?

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When an attorney is Board Certified, this means that he or she has been selected as the best of the best in his or her area of law practice. In order to become Board Certified, an attorney must:

  • Be in good standing
  • Have practiced law for a minimum of five years
  • Have taken additional educational requirements
  • Have passed a comprehensive exam
  • Have demonstrated proficiency in his or her chosen area of law.

It has been said that only about seven percent of attorneys become Board Certified in their practice areas.

If you are looking for an attorney to vigorously prosecute your case of cruise ship sexual assault or rape, you have probably asked yourself which attorney would be best for you. While there are many attorneys in the Miami area, few of them are well-versed in Maritime law, the area of law under which most cruise ship offenses fall.

Jack Hickey of Hickey Law Firm, P.A. is a Double Board Certified attorney, having been Board Certified as both a Maritime and Trial lawyer. He has decades of experience working cruise cases, and has won numerous multi-million dollar settlements for his clients.