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Five Lubin & Meyer Lawyers Named Top Medical Malpractice Attorneys: Selected as Super Lawyers 2008
Date:12/24/2008

Super Lawyers Recognizes Andrew C. Meyer Jr. and four others as Massachusetts Super Lawyers in the areas of Medical Malpractice Attorney and Personal Injury Attorney

Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 24, 2008 -- Five medical malpractice lawyers at the law firm of Lubin & Meyer PC, have been named Massachusetts Super Lawyers for 2008 as published in the November issue of Boston magazine.

Medical malpractice attorneys Andrew C. Meyer, Jr. and Robert M. Higgins were chosen among the "Top 100" of all the attorneys selected in Massachusetts. The Super Lawyers distinction is based on a peer balloting process involving attorneys from across Massachusetts and conducted by a research and review panel. With over 37,000 ballots sent to lawyers statewide, the Super Lawyers list represents the top 5 percent of attorneys in Massachusetts.

The firm's William J. Thompson and Krysia J. Syska were also named as Super Lawyers for 2008. All attorneys were selected in the categories: Medical Malpractice Attorney and Personal Injury Attorney.

Additionally, Adam R. Satin was selected as Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Star which acknowledges the best young attorneys in the state. Selection to Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Stars 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 star lawyers are either under 40 years of age, or have been practicing law for 10 years or less. The list represents the top 2.5 percent of up-and-coming lawyers in the state of Massachusetts.

About Lubin & Meyer PC / Andrew C. Meyer, Jr.
For over three decades, the lawyers of Lubin & Meyer have been committed to providing unparalleled legal representation to victims of medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury. Their innovative and aggressive approach has yielded huge verdicts and settlements in countless cases, earning them the respect of colleagues and the public they serve.

The firm is positioned to lead all Massachusetts and New Hampshire law firms this year in large medical malpractice verdicts. Medical malpractice verdicts in 2008 include a $14.5 million verdict for medical negligence, a $13.5 million verdict against two Dana-Farber doctors, and a $1.75 million verdict in a medical negligence case that is one of the largest jury awards in for medical malpractice in New Hampshire.

The driving force behind the firms success is founding partner, Andrew C. Meyer Jr., whose extraordinary achievements have made him the "go-to guy" in the field of medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury law. For more information, see the law firm's web site at www.lubinandmeyer.com or call 800-866-2889.

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