*The best way is look for it on the internet.
Consider hiring an attorney with significant trial verdicts, not just settlements.
Another thing to look at when searching for a injury lawyer is their actual trial experience. It is important you determine whether or not they are experienced trying injury cases and obtaining significant jury verdicts..
*This might help:
The American Bar Association only rates the judge's performance but has no power to remove him or her from the bench. To impeach a Federal Judge, the process is very similar to impeaching the President of the United States. The House Judiciary Committee must conduct hearings and draw Article of Impeachment (the Indictment) One Article for each crime. If the evidence is substantiated, it will be voted out of committee to the House Floor. It would then be debated on the House Floor and voted on. A simple majority, one vote more than a half, is needed for each Article. The Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee then presents its case to the United Senate with the Chief Justice of the United States presiding. If 67 of the 100 Senators votes to impeach, the judge is thereby convicted and removed from the Federal Bench. The last Federal Judge removed from the bench was Alcee Hastings from Florida. He later ran to represent the 23rd Congressional District in Florida and is still a member of Congress today.