Lubin & Meyer Featured in New England’s Best Lawyers®
Five attorneys at Lubin & Meyer recognized by Best Lawyers New England for medical malpractice and personal injury plaintiffs law
Best Lawyers® - April 28, 2017
BOSTON, MA—Five attorneys at Lubin & Meyer PC have been selected for inclusion in New England’s Best Lawyers® 2017 Edition, a guide to the New England’s top lawyers based on the vote of their peers.
New England's Best Lawyers is an annual special supplement in The Boston Globe and Wall Street Journal. In addition to listing Lubin & Meyer's attorneys, the publication features the firm in the following write up.
Results tell the story
When it comes to plaintiff’s medical malpractice firms in Massachusetts Lubin & Meyer’s record of results speaks volumes. In 2016 alone, the powerhouse law firm obtained all of the million-dollar-plus medical malpractice verdicts in the state, according to Mass. Lawyers Weekly. And those verdicts were compelling: nearly $30 million in a birth injury lawsuit, another $13 million in a claim involving brain injuries in a newborn, and close to $3 million for the victim of a urologist’s delay-of-diagnosis of prostate cancer.
Additionally, the firm consistently outpaces all others in terms of settlements. Last year, Lubin & Meyer obtained 35 million-dollar-plus settlements — more than four times as many as its closest competitor.
Five of its attorneys — founder Andrew C. Meyer, Jr. and partners Robert M. Higgins, Krysia J. Syska, William J. Thompson, and Adam R. Satin — have been named to the Best Lawyers list for 2017. And it’s a repeat honor for all of them. In fact, Meyer (a 2011 Best Lawyers "Lawyer of the Year" for Medical Malpractice in Boston) has been named to the list for more than two decades.
A Powerful Voice for Change
Experience and battle-tested courtroom strategies are only part of the what makes Lubin & Meyer unique. Meyer and his colleagues understand that their clients rarely pursue a case solely for monetary gain. While Lubin & Meyer’s recoveries for its clients are substanial — and have been since its inception in 1974 — the attorneys are fully aware that there is more at stake. “We're in this fight to make medicine safer for everyone,” Meyer says simply. “It's always been about the greater good. We appreciate our clients’ courage and bravery in seeking accountability and the desire to protect others from suffering similar harm. We’re proud to be the voice for injured and mistreated patients and their families and to fight on their behalf for the necessary lifesaving changes that ultimately benefit us all."
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