product liability and personal injury lawyers must always convey credibility before the jury, being accurate and forthright…Once the jury realizes that you are not only truthful but accurate, then what you have to say usually gets translated into a positive result for your client.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 22, 2010
Seven Partners from Sugarman and Sugarman, P.C., http://www.sugarman.com, have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America and are featured in the Boston's Best Lawyers 2010 Edition, a supplement to the Boston Globe. This year's supplement included a feature article "2010 LAWYERS OF THE YEAR, Neil Sugarman ".
The list of attorneys represented in Boston's Best Lawyers, a guide to legal representation in the Greater Boston area, is excerpted from the 2010 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, an exhaustive survey in which the nation's top lawyers confidentially evaluate their peers. The 2010 edition is based on more than 2.8 million evaluations and lawyers are chosen for inclusion based only on a vote of their peers.
Those attorneys named as Boston's Best Lawyers are Paul R. Sugarman, Neil Sugarman, W. Thomas Smith, Robert W. Casby, Jodi M. Petrucelli, Marianne C. LeBlanc and Benjamin R. Zimmermann. As mentioned in Boston's Best Lawyers, the firm "…maintains a reputation among clients and colleagues as the premier personal injury law firm in Massachusetts. Together and separately, the eight partners of the firm have played a leading role in shaping tort law in the state, and have successfully prosecuted some of the most difficult and challenging cases in Massachusetts."
One of the feature stories is that of Neil Sugarman, named by Best Lawyers as "Lawyer of the Year" for Product Liability Litigation. The article highlights Mr. Sugarman's highly successful 40-year career, fighting for personal injury victims. The article notes that Mr. Sugarman focuses his practice on products liability, medical malpractice, construction site accidents and complex personal injury cases and finds product liability cases "particularly satisfying…the complex cases always intrigued me." In the article, Mr. Sugarman also explains that "product liability and personal injury lawyers must always convey credibility before the jury, being accurate and forthright…Once the jury realizes that you are not only truthful but accurate, then what you have to say usually gets translated into a positive result for your client."
For more information, please go to http://www.boston.com/bestlawyers.