Attorneys Satin and Syska Among Best Young Lawyers in Massachusetts

May 1, 2006

BOSTON, MA—Two medical malpractice lawyers at law firm Lubin & Meyer PC, have been selected as "Massachusetts Rising Stars Super Lawyers 2006" in the May issue of Boston magazine. The list is based on a balloting process involving top attorneys from across Massachusetts and conducted by an attorney-led research department at Law & Politics magazine. All rising stars are either under 40 years of age, or have been practicing law for 10 or fewer years. The list represents the top 2.5 percent of up-and-coming lawyers in Massachusetts.

In the Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff category, two of the four lawyers selected were attorneys from Lubin & Meyer PC. They are: Adam Satin and Krysia Syska.

Syska is also featured in a SuperLawyers "Ask a Rising Star..." sidebar, which asks the question: "Can I sue a doctor even if I signed a consent form before a procedure?" The sidebar includes Attorney Syska’s response to the question which includes this advice: "The simple signing of a consent form... does not preclude a patient from pursuing a lawsuit if injuries sustained were due to a physician’s negligence."

The two attorneys work under the tutelage of Andrew C. Meyer, Jr., founding partner of Lubin & Meyer PC, who was selected to the Top 100 Massachusetts Super Lawyers list featured in the November 2004 issue of Boston magazine. Meyer’s firm is recognized for consistently achieving record-setting verdicts and medical malpractice settlements as well as innovative approaches on precedent-setting issues.

Meyer also tops the list of best personal injury attorneys in Boston magazine’s most recent "The Best Lawyers" issue.

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