Super Lawyers® Honors 10 Attorneys in Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Law
Only 5% of attorneys in Massachusetts are chosen to the Super Lawyers listing
BOSTON, MA— Ten personal injury/medical malpractice lawyers at the Boston law firm of Lubin & Meyer PC, have been selected to the annual Massachusetts Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists appearing in the Boston Globe.
Lubin & Meyer attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers for nearly two decades. Massachusetts Super Lawyers has recognized Andrew Meyer for 19 years, William Thompson for 17 years, Robert Higgins for 16 years, and Krysia Syska for 15 years. Adam Satin has been selected for 12 years, Nick Cappiello for 10 years, and Elizabeth Cranford for 5 years. In addition, Robert Higgins is again included on the Massachusetts Top 100 list.
Listed by Super Lawyers® 2022 are (left to right) Adam R. Satin*, Krysia J. Syska*, William J. Thompson*, Andrew C. Meyer Jr.*, Julie A. Davis**, Robert M. Higgins* Top 100, Nicholas D. Cappiello*, Elizabeth R. Cranford*. Inset: Lynn I. Hu** and Andrew H. Miller**.
*Chosen to 2022 Super Lawyers. **Chosen to 2022 Rising Stars.
The Super Lawyers list recognizes no more than five percent of attorneys in each state. The Rising Stars list recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state. To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be either 40 years old or younger, or in practice for 10 years or less. See more on methodology here.
The Biggest Verdicts. The Largest Settlements. The Top Lawyers.
Lubin & Meyer stands alone as the region’s perennial powerhouse for medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury law.
The numbers tell the story: Year after year, Lubin & Meyer obtains more million-dollar-plus verdicts and settlements than any other firm in the region as recorded and published by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
In addition to consistent record-setting results, the firm’s extraordinary success is measured by the many lives it has rebuilt, the lifesaving changes it has brought to the practice of medicine, the public safety initiatives it has inspired, and the practitioners, institutions and systems it has held accountable.
More Than $1 Billion Recovered for Its Clients
“Our reputation as the hardest-working, most successful medical malpractice and personal injury law firm is borne out of our commitment to obtain appropriate compensation for the preventable harms our clients have suffered,” says founding partner and Super Lawyers honoree Andrew C. Meyer Jr. “We are often an injured victim’s only recourse & a role we take very seriously.”
Serving Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island
Lubin & Meyer's attorneys are recognized by clients and referring attorneys alike for their legal skills, professional integrity and personal approach.
"I expected the great representation in the courtroom that Lubin & Meyer is known for. I did not expect the level of compassion and understanding that I received from my lawyer."
— Client whose husband died following tonsillectomy
With 10 attorneys recognized on this year's Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists, the firm maintains its position at the forefront of personal injury law, exposing dangerous practices and flawed systems; holding professionals and institutions accountable for avoidable mistakes.
"At the end of the day," says firm founder Andrew C. Meyer, Jr., "our jobs have less to do with multimillion-dollar settlements than about giving a voice to individuals and families who have experienced needless tragedy at the hands of a medical professional."
Lubin & Meyer PC represents individuals and families in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
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