Since 1958, The Beasley Firm has won over $2 billion in compensation for injury victims, through a combination of hard work, fearless advocacy, and dedication to our clients. As the managing partner of our firm, James “Jim” Beasley, Jr. has served as a true example of this approach – and as a result, he has been honored by Best Lawyers for another consecutive year, landing a spot in The Best Lawyers in America in 2020.
Recognized by Best Lawyers since 2010 in the areas of Medical Malpractice Law and Personal Injury Litigation, Jim has built a powerful reputation for success in some of the most complex plaintiff’s litigation, personally winning over $300 million for his clients throughout his career. Following in the legacy of his father, Jim Beasley, Sr., Jim has received many other awards and accolades, including ranking as a Top 100 Personal Injury Lawyer in Pennsylvania by Super Lawyers since 2006.
Best Lawyers is one of the best-known legal ranking organizations in America, with thousands of attorneys nominated to this exclusive membership each year. Using a “purely peer review” methodology that has been tried and tested for decades, the Best Lawyers team reviews and analyzes attorney feedback to determine the top attorneys in each practice area and region.
Once the peer feedback has been analyzed, the Best Lawyers team also performs a rigorous background and reputation check on each potential candidate before selecting them to any lists. This ensures that every attorney chosen to Best Lawyers has a history of integrity, ethics, and transparency within the legal profession.
On behalf of our team here at The Beasley Firm, we want to congratulate Jim on earning this impressive accomplishment for another year. With 11 years selected to the Best Lawyers list, Jim continues to showcase the principles we strive to echo at our firm, providing top-tier litigation skills and compassion to those who need it most.
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