Atlanta trial lawyer Lloyd Bell has been admitted into an invitation-only, national group of plaintiffs attorneys called “The Inner Circle of Advocates.”

The group is a kind of private million-dollar club for plaintiffs lawyers that in some ways functions as a collective law firm by offering education and support. It was started by Tucson lawyer Richard Grand in 1972—the year he won what at the time was the biggest personal injury award to go to a single plaintiff in the U.S.: $3.5 million for a man burned in a hospital accident.

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