Nationally renowned trial law firm Raynes McCarty has changed its name to Raynes Lawn Hehmeyer.

The name change honors the firm’s legacy while recognizing the individuals who now lead the firm: Stephen Raynes, Tim Lawn and Chuck Hehmeyer.

Legendary trial lawyer, Arthur Raynes, founded the firm in 1969 and assembled some of the nation’s top trial lawyers to represent catastrophically injured individuals and their families through outstanding and dignified advocacy.

Over the last 50 years, the firm has secured record personal injury recoveries for its clients in matters of product liability, medical malpractice, trucking and workplace accidents, aviation disasters and civil rights litigation. Some of the firm’s recent representations include:
• the most severely-damaged sexual abuse victim of Jerry Sandusky at Penn State
• a 2018 birth injury trial that resulted in a $40 million verdict – the largest in Delaware County history
• the families of 16 victims of a fatal Sikorsky helicopter crash off the coast of Newfoundland
• one of the most seriously injured victims of the Amtrak #188 derailment

The firm has secured more than a billion dollars in recoveries on behalf of its clients, with 2017 being a record year for the firm. Raynes Lawn Hehmeyer is honored to have 5 of its attorneys elected as Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers, 7 attorneys selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers of America, and 10 selected by their peers for inclusion in Super Lawyers. The firm will continue its strong commitment to volunteer and pro bono work.

“We are proud of our Raynes McCarty heritage and excited about our Raynes Lawn Hehmeyer future. Same value system; same great lawyering; next generation,” said Stephen E. Raynes.