Seven at Lubin & Meyer Named Super Lawyers® for Medical Malpractice Law
November 12, 2011
BOSTON, MA—Seven medical malpractice plaintiff’s lawyers at the law firm Lubin & Meyer PC, are among the Massachusetts Super Lawyers appearing in the November 2011 issue of Boston magazine. They are listed under the practice area of Personal Injury Plaintiff: Medical Malpractice.
Meyer, Higgins and Thompson were also selected among the Top 100 Super Lawyers in Massachusetts. Robert Higgins was named to the Top 10 List, and Krysia Syska was named to the Top 50 Women List. Novotny and Capiello are selected 2011 Rising Stars.
About Lubin & Meyer
Founded in 1974, Lubin & Meyer is known across the country as an innovative leader in medical malpractice personal injury law and for its commitment to quality and excellence in the preparation and trial of suits on behalf of injured victims. Today, a multidisciplinary team of 12 lawyers, 4 nurses, paralegals and assistants comprise Lubin & Meyer. Attorneys are licensed to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
About Super Lawyers
The Super Lawyers distinction is based on a peer balloting process involving attorneys from across Massachusetts and conducted by a research and review panel. Each year, over 37,000 ballots are sent to lawyers statewide. The Super Lawyers list represents the top 5 percent of attorneys in Massachusetts.
* Named Super Lawyers 2011.
** Named Super Lawyer Rising Stars 2011.
Attorneys licensed in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
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