Kitchener personal injury lawyer, George Dietrich, wins the 2020 Three Best Rated award



KITCHENER, Ontario - September 24, 2020 - (Newswire.com)

​​George Dietrich, of Dietrich Law Office, one of the eminent personal injury law firms in Kitchener, ON, has been honored with the 2020 ThreeBestRated® Award for Best Personal Injury Lawyers in Kitchener by ThreeBestRated®. Three Best Rated®, an independent multinational ranking site, is devoted to listing the top three professionals and businesses on their website for several locations across Canada and five other countries.

The review team at ThreeBestRated® has evaluated and analyzed the several aspects of George Dietrich’s practice through an austere 50-point inspection to name him as one of the best personal injury lawyers in the location. The 50-point inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust, and cost to general excellence.

About George Dietrich - Dietrich Law Office

George Dietrich has been practicing personal injury law since 1991. During the early years of his practice, he did insurance defense work as well as acting for injured persons (plaintiffs). That allowed him to learn about how insurers evaluate files. He says, “After learning how insurers look at injury files, I came to appreciate the importance of providing the right evidence at the right time. This assists our clients to have the best opportunity for a quicker and more accurate evaluation once it is medically appropriate to do so.”​

George had a term appointed to the Review Tribunal for the Canada Pension Plan. He chaired each hearing and learned many things about the nature of various disabilities and the medical assessments that went into determining the extent of those disabilities. George also had a great experience of working with physicians and other licensed medical practitioners during his tenure. He attributes all those experiences that have contributed to the injury and disability claim practice that began as Dietrich Law Office in March 2000.

At Dietrich Law Office, the lawyers and clerks work on a team basis to use their collective knowledge and experience to provide the best possible results for clients and to minimize the time it takes to bring the client files to a conclusion. George says, “Our best achievement is consistent customer service, which is made possible by the knowledge, compassion, and experience shared by all of us at Dietrich Law. We have assembled a wonderful team who pride themselves on client service.”

Despite being a recipient of various awards and accolades for his practice, George considers ThreeBestRated’s recognition as paramount.

George said, “We are honored to be listed in Three Best Rated. There is so much involved in building a case for injury compensation that you really have to be on the ground in a community to do the best possible job for people. Local focus and engagement are what Three Best Rated seems to highlight. There are many excellent lawyers in Waterloo Region, and we are honored to practice in this community.”




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