What does it mean to be a top law firm?
This year Newsweek once again recognized our firm as one of a handful of top personal injury law firms in the country. It’s energizing to have a respected institution like Newsweek vouch for us and use their credibility to spread our name.
Colucci, Colucci, Marcus & Flavin has been a contender in Boston’s crowded legal market since the firm was founded in 1995. A few large firms have dominated Beantown for decades and we’ve had to squeeze in to make a name for ourselves. Our reputation has been earned one client at a time, through grit, wits, and dedication to our craft.
In a way, this recognition feels like we’ve been given the key to the city in reward for everything we do for our clients. Managing Partner Darin Colucci is the go-to guy for personal injury cases, no matter how complex or unusual the case. His brother Dino Colucci fights hard for victims of neglect, specializing in day care center and nursing home cases. Paul Flavin has carved out a niche for the failures of ionization smoke detectors.
In a different realm, our elder law experts Matt Marcus and Alex Moschella have helped a lot of families prepare their estates and ensure their loved ones will be left what they promised them.
Clients come before awards
As great as it feels to have our firm’s success and effectiveness presented by Newsweek for the whole country to see, it’s a runner-up to the best compliment we’ve received.
What really matters to us is how are clients feel at the end of the day. We encounter people in a variety of difficult situations, and many of them are experiencing a personal tragedy. Everyone in our firm works to bring comfort to our clients and meet their needs.
That’s what matters to us, that’s what matters to our clients. The award isn’t the goal; the goal is helping the people we represent. People don’t want to bask in the glory of our award; they want us to help them and that will remain our focus. We hope Newsweek’s recognition will let more people know that we are the firm to turn to when life gives them a difficult problem.
If you’re in a jam, give us a call at 1 (888) 330-6657 and we’ll fight for you.