Meet Attorney Brent P. Stewart
For attorney Brent Stewart, practicing law isn’t just about winning a case. It’s about helping people when they need it most. When an injury puts someone’s life and livelihood in jeopardy, Brent is intent on helping them pick up the pieces.
With 30 years of legal experience, Brent is focused on providing comprehensive and compassionate services to everyone who walks through his doors. That means personalized, one-on-one representation that truly puts clients first.
Brent understands the difficulties that clients can face in the aftermath of an accident. Oftentimes, they’ve worked hard to get insurance companies to understand their needs, and with little success. Brent refuses to see their efforts wasted or watch them be bullied into silence. He jumps in and marshals all of his legal resources to fight for what’s right.
Many clients seem surprised that Brent answers their calls personally, meets with them face to face frequently and makes it clear that he is truly invested in their well-being and success. That’s a reflection of the family atmosphere that the legal team at Stewart Law Offices has built over the years.
Brent’s commitment to serving clients has led to significant successes during his legal career. His most notable achievement is that he has earned a lifetime membership to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum* and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
These honors are secured only by attorneys who have won million and multi-million-dollar verdicts, settlements and awards on behalf of their clients. Less than 1 percent of trial lawyers nationwide earn membership to the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum*.
Brent has also been awarded the AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, the premier legal resource for peer ratings and reviews. Only 10 percent of all attorneys achieve this rating, which recognizes them for professional excellence and high ethical standards.
With this track record of success, it’s easy to see why clients choose Brent to represent their interests, both during settlement talks and in the courtroom.