Frank N. Darras Achieves $10 Million Rainmaker Status

Stellar Results in 2005 Catapult America's Leading Disability and Long Term Care Lawyer to the Top of the California Rainmaker Board

February 7, 2006

Frank N. Darras has been recognized by the Los Angeles Daily Journal for his $10 million rainmaker status for year 2005. As the managing partner of the Ontario, California firm of DarrasLaw, Frank is famous for righting insurance industry wrongdoing on behalf of the disabled. Darras brings empathy and compassion to the less-abled and packs a powerful national litigation strategy to help real people in need.

In a time where defendants have multimillion dollar defense teams, it is almost unheard of for a plaintiffs' attorney to recover nearly $40 million for clients in a single year. This is what sets Frank N. Darras apart as America's choice for representation against insurance company giants. Every year, he reviews over 1000 cases per month and personally reaches out to the disabled and empowers them, restores their hope and gets them the benefits they richly deserve.

He is AV rated with a client list that reads like a virtual Who's Who of elite athletes, television and motion picture stars, doctors, lawyers, business professionals and America's heart, the blue collar worker.

Consistently honored by his peers, Darras is nationally known and respected for his contributions to CBS' 60 Minutes, NBC's Dateline, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Best Review, National Underwriter and Lawyers Weekly. He has been profiled in the Los Angeles Daily Journal, is often quoted, widely published and a frequent national keynote speaker.