Holland Law Firm’s Eric Holland named president of Top 10 Railroad Accident Lawyers Association

St. Louis – Eric Holland, president of the Holland Law Firm, has been named president of the Top 10 Railroad Accident Lawyers Association, a distinguished honor awarded by the National Trial Lawyers.

Holland Law Firm is known for its litigation expertise in class actions, mass torts, Federal Employers Liability Act (FELA) law, commercial litigation, and Jones Act cases.

Eric Holland’s nomination to the prestigious position is a testament to his vast contributions to the legal community and the specialized field of railroad accident law, the firm announced. Over the last 15 years, Holland and his team’s dedicated victim advocacy has resulted in verdicts and settlements of over $6 billion dollars, propelling significant advancements in railroad safety and continually working to further victims’ rights.

“I am deeply honored to accept the nomination as president of the Top 10 Railroad Accident Lawyers Association,” said Holland. “This role is not only a testament to our firm’s dedication to serving those impacted by railroad accidents but also a commitment to continue fighting for the safety and justice our clients deserve. Together with the talented members of this distinguished group, I am committed to elevating our collective efforts to protect and advocate for victims across the nation.”

Holland said he will focus his presidency on fostering collaboration between the nation’s top legal minds in railroad accident law, enhancing educational opportunities, and spearheading initiatives to improve safety standards within the railroad industry. His leadership is expected to bring about transformative change, further establishing the Top 10 Railroad Accident Lawyers Association as a formidable force in the legal landscape.

For more information about the Holland Law Firm and its services, please visit www.hollandtriallawyers.com.

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