Richard Avery Hearn

Richard Avery Hearn

Personal Injury Lawyer
Pocatello, ID




No Misconduct


German , English

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About Me

Since graduating magna cum laude from Georgetown Law School in Washington D.C., Dr. Hearn has often been required to draw upon his training as a physician to help his clients. Whether representing individuals, health care providers, or corporations, Dr. Hearn has used his 20 plus years experience practicing medicine to benefit his clients. He obtained a personal injury judgment in excess of 5.4...

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Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Contingent (33%-45%)

Client Reviews

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Posted by: LesterStewartJr. 4 days ago.

Mr. Hearn is a great lawyer, he's very knowledgeable and he also works hard for you no matter the situation. I am very grateful to have had him as a...
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A. Bruce Larson
A. Larson

Pocatello, ID

2 days ago

Relationship: Co-worker

I endorse this lawyer. Rick is an excellent trial lawyer and the fact that he is a medical doctor is a real benefit in med mal and personal injury cases.
Stephen John Muhonen
Stephen Muhonen

Pocatello, ID

3 days ago

Relationship: Co-worker

I endorse this lawyer. Rick is a very smart, talented and analytical advocate. He is a zealous advocate who recognizes that the client comes first...
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1993 License Status: Active for the state of Dist. of Columbia.
Last updated by Avvo: 07/18/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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1997 – 2003

Richard Hearn, M.D.


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1991 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

Georgetown University


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2012 BV Rated



Showing 1 of 2 association entries

1997- present

American Association for Justice

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Speaking Engagements

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2009 Recovery in Lysager Jury Trial

at Lunch meeting of the Bar

2006 Legal Options to Make insurance Companies Pay

at Washington State Rheumatology Conference

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