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Western Litigation, Inc. Presents Juanita Hood with Lisa Warren Wright Annual Achievement Award

Jan 24 2014, 2:02am CST | by

Houston, TX, January 24, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Houston-based Western Litigation, Inc. has named Juanita Hood the 2013 recipient of its annual Lisa Warren Wright Annual Achievement Award. Ms. Hood is...

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Western Litigation, Inc. Presents Juanita Hood with Lisa Warren Wright Annual Achievement Award

Jan 24 2014, 2:02am CST | by

Houston, TX, January 24, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Houston-based Western Litigation, Inc. has named Juanita Hood the 2013 recipient of its annual Lisa Warren Wright Annual Achievement Award.

Ms. Hood is an Administrative Assistant at WLI’s headquarters in Houston. Her duties include supporting one attorney and three claims professionals as well as coordinating company activities. She has been with the company since 2009.

The Lisa Warren Wright Annual Achievement Award was established in 2004 in memory of Lisa Warren Wright, a claims attorney with WLI who passed away in August 2003.

“At the end of each year, WLI’s employees nationwide are asked to select a colleague that best demonstrates the qualities that Lisa had,” stated Mike Nicknish, WLI’s Chief Financial and Operating Officer. “We received numerous nominations for Juanita Hood and I’m very proud to present our award for her outstanding dedication to WLI.”

“I am very honored to receive this Award,” Ms. Hood said. “I love what I do and it means so much to me that my co-workers see the best in me. I will continue to do my best as I journey on with WLI.”

www.westernlitigation.com/media/188528/12314-WLI-Presents-Juanita-Hood-with-Acheivement-Award-FINAL.pdf

WLI President and CEO, Robert B. Blasio adds: “I’m thrilled to congratulate Juanita on her award, it is well-deserved. Congratulations as well to the previous years’ winners and to all of our employees who have been committed to the success of making WLI the industry leader it has become.”

Other sentiments were echoed from coworkers’ nominations for Ms. Hood noting her as the ultimate team-player who can overcome challenges with an incredible attitude.

About Western Litigation, Inc.
Western Litigation, Inc. is a division of Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc., an insurance brokerage and risk management services firm headquartered in Itasca, Illinois. WLI leverages the collective expertise of its nationwide staff of attorneys, insurance claims executives, registered nurses and certified risk managers to deliver unsurpassed professional liability claims and risk management solutions. For more information about Western Litigation, please call 800-588-0619 or visit www.westernlitigation.com.

Contact Information:
Western Litigation, Inc.
Tricia Roberts
713.935.2441
Contact via Email
www.westernlitigation.com
cell: 281.910.4403

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