“AV” Rated with Martindale-Hubbell
The Highest Rating Available for Legal Ability & Integrity
Keith Brais is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell (the international listing of attorneys). The rating indicates that the attorney “has reached the height of professional excellance” and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity. As a consequence, the firm is rated AV with Martindale-Hubbell.
Martindale-Hubbell has been in the business of helping consumers to select skilled and professional attorneys for over 140 years. Martindale-Hubbell evaluates lawyers in the United States and Canada. Importantly, the rating opinions solicited by Martindale-Hubbell are collected randomly from the Bar and the Judiciary. Each person completing a review form must attest to knowing the applicant and his or her opinion regarding the applicant’s ethics and skills is kept completely confidential.
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- Board Certified Admiralty & Maritime Laywers
- Million Dollar Advocates Forum
- Super Lawyer 2008, 2009 & 2010
- Rising Star 2010
- Admiralty Law Committee of The Florida Bar - Member
- Fifty-Years Collective Trial Experience
- Three U.S. Coast Guard Engineer Licenses
- Bachelor of Science Degree – Marine Engineering
- Seven Years Aboard Offshore Oil Drilling & Exploration Rigs
- Maritime Law Association – Proctor Member
- Southeastern Admiratly Law Institute – Member & Lecturer
- Ft. Lauderdale Mariner’s Club – Member & Lecturer
- Results & Reported State & Federal Decisions