We would like to congratulate Andrew C. Meyer, Jr. on being selected as the ‘Boston Best Lawyers Medical Malpractice Lawyer of the Year’ for 2011.”
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 4, 2010
Best Lawyers, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, has named Andrew C. Meyer, Jr. as the “Best Lawyers' 2011 Boston Medical Malpractice Lawyer of the Year.”
After more than a quarter of a century in publication, Best Lawyers is designating “Lawyers of the Year” in high-profile legal specialties in large legal communities. Only a single lawyer in each specialty in each community is being honored as the “Lawyer of the Year.”
Meyer is the founding partner at Lubin & Meyer PC a law firm focused on medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury litigation with attorneys practicing in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. Meyer has consistently achieved record-setting verdicts and settlements, including one of the largest personal injury awards in Massachusetts' history — $30 million dollars including interest. He has been selected to the Best Lawyers in America each year since its inception
Best Lawyers compiles its lists of outstanding attorneys by conducting exhaustive peer-review surveys in which thousands of leading lawyers confidentially evaluate their professional peers. The current, 17th edition of The Best Lawyers in America (2011) is based on more than 3.1 million detailed evaluations of lawyers by other lawyers.
The lawyers being honored as “Lawyers of the Year” have received particularly high ratings in our surveys by earning a high level of respect among their peers for their abilities, professionalism, and integrity.
Steven Naifeh, president of Best Lawyers, says, “We continue to believe — as we have believed for more than 25 years — that recognition by one’s peers is the most meaningful form of praise in the legal profession. We would like to congratulate Andrew C. Meyer, Jr. on being selected as the ‘Boston Best Lawyers Medical Malpractice Lawyer of the Year’ for 2011.”