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Talk to a MassachusettsBrain Injury Attorney experienced in Brain Injury Litigation and Trials
Working in the Boston area for thirty-three years, our Massachusetts attorney has handled hundreds of traumatic brain injury cases. Many of these cases have involved brain injuries that were difficult to detect. As an assistant professor in rehabilitation medicine at a local well-reputed university, he is extremely familiar with and comfortable with discussing medical issues with his clients. He was the Co-Chairperson of the North American Brain injury Society (NABIS) and has served as the Medical Legal Editor for the Journal of Trauma Rehabilitation for twelve years. He also has written several articles on head injuries. In addition, he has served on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of the Massachusetts Brain injury Association.
Our attorney in Massachusetts has recently been selected for inclusion in New England Super Lawyers magazine featuring the top 5% of attorneys in New England. He has also been designated a Massachusetts Super Lawyer for 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 and has been been designated a New England Super Lawyer. Our Massachusetts brain injury attorney has received an AV rating from his peers, the highest rating available, according to the legal publication Martindale Hubbell.
Our Massachusetts lawyer has acquired settlements and verdicts for his traumatic brain injury clients totaling several million dollars. He recognizes the unique and challenging nature of handling brain injury cases and is one of the most highly recognized specialists in head injury work. This Massachusetts attorney will use expert testimony to educate all parties involved of the extent of your traumatic brain injury. Allow his experience and expertise with traumatic brain injuries to work for you by choosing to use the services of this brain injury lawyer.
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