SuperLawyers® 2019 names Dickerson, Everts, and Wright In Their Publication
Three attorneys have been named as SuperLawyers® for 2019. Family Law attorney Barry C. Dickerson received this honor for again for the 6th year in a row. Mr. Dickerson is certified by the State Bar of Arizona as a specialist in Family Law and has practiced in this area of law for more than 43 years. Mr. Dickerson routinely handles matters involving all aspects of child custody, paternity, relocation and interstate custody issues under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA), child and spousal support issues, cases with issues of complex valuation and division of property, assets and debts.
Family Law attorney Steven H. Everts has received this honor again for the 9th year in a row. Mr. Everts has practiced law for over 42 years and represented and counseled thousands of clients in family law matters. He averages over 60 court appearances and dozens of contested hearings and trials each year. He has been lead counsel in all family law trials and 12 jury trials. He has also been retained as an expert witness to testify regarding the performance of other lawyers. Steve is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, a Board-Certified Specialist in Family Law by the Arizona State Bar, and a Board Certified Advocate in Family Trial Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
H. Michael Wright is receiving this honor for his work in Personal Injury Law and General Law for the 9th consecutive year. Mr. Wright has represented hundreds of personal injury plaintiffs over the past 41 years. For the past 20 years, he has developed expertise in handling Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect cases and remains heavily involved in such work and consults regularly with other lawyers about such claims. Mr. Wright has also published papers on various issues related to Personal Injury litigation, including such subjects as: “The Intentional Act Exclusion,” Summation, March 1981; “Determining Damages Under the Seatbelt Defense,” Trial, Fall, 1993; “Recognizing Liability in Nursing Home Cases,” Advocate, Nov. 1999; “The Lawyer’s Role in Diagnosing Injuries,” Advocate, March 1993; “The Non-Party at Fault Defense,” Arizona Attorney, Jan. 1995; and “Use Reasonable Care in Referring to the Standard of Care,” Advocate, Nov. 2002; “Overcoming a Speculative New Defense in Pressure Ulcer Cases”, National Nursing Home Litigation Group newsletter, 2010; “Pressure Ulcer Claims”, a presentation at the American Association for Justice National Nursing Home Litigation Group annual seminar, 2010, and on Nursing Home litigation at the AAJ New Jersey Boardwalk Conference, and on visual tools in jury presentation at the Belli Society Annual Meeting in June, 2016.