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Benjamin R. Zimmermann

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SUGARMAN AND SUGARMAN , P.C.

HQ Phone:  (617) 542-1000

Email: b***@***.com

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SUGARMAN AND SUGARMAN , P.C.

800 Boylston Street, 30th Floor

Boston, Massachusetts,02199

United States

Company Description

SUGARMAN is one of the oldest and most well-respected civil litigation firms in Boston. The firm traces its roots to the law practice of Nathan Fink, who began practicing law in Massachusetts in 1920. Paul Sugarman, after serving as an attorney in the U.S. Arm...more

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Benjamin Zimmermann Becomes Principal of Leading Personal Injury Law Firm - Sugarman.com

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Benjamin Zimmermann Becomes Principal of Leading Personal Injury Law Firm Benjamin R. Zimmermann has become a principal of Sugarman and Sugarman, P.C., effective January 2007. Recently selected as a "Massachusetts Rising Star Super Lawyer 2007," Zimmermann concentrates in plaintiff trial practice, with an emphasis in the areas of product liability, medical malpractice, construction site accidents, and premises liability. He has served on the amicus committee of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, and has lectured at both MCLE and ALI-ABA. Zimmermann received a J.D. cum laude from Fordham University School of Law in 1999 and joined Sugarman as an associate in 2000.


Benjamin Zimmermann - Managing Partner, SUGARMAN - Sugarman.com

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Benjamin Zimmermann Benjamin R. Zimmermann Principal and Managing Partner Ben Zimmermann's success for clients both in and out of the courtroom is the result of his in-depth understanding of the law and trial practice, his tireless attention to detail in developing the facts of a case, and his commitment to his clients. In his 17 years of practice, Ben has secured some of the largest personal injury verdicts in Massachusetts for the firm's clients. In one year alone, Ben obtained two of the ten largest personal injury/wrongful death jury verdicts in Massachusetts, including a $20.6 million verdict against Toys "R" Us for a defective pool slide in a case. The verdict resulted in a decision from Massachusetts' highest Court, the Supreme Judicial Court, which upheld the award in a landmark opinion in Aleo v. Toys R Us, Inc., 466 Mass. 398 (2013) Ben's practice is dedicated to the litigation and trial of personal injury cases, with an emphasis in the areas of defective products, medical malpractice, construction site accidents, and premises liability. He has also litigated, tried, and handled the appeal of cases aimed at obtaining insurance coverage for injured clients where coverage is disputed. Ben is a member of numerous bar organizations and committees, and is a regular lecturer at continuing legal education programs and to area law students. He has regularly been recognized in the Top 100 Massachusetts Super Lawyers. After graduating from Fordham University School of law in Manhattan in 1999, Ben took a position in the litigation department of a large firm in New York, but quickly realized that he wanted to represent individuals in the courtroom. Presented with the opportunity, Ben joined SUGARMAN as an associate in 2000 and became a principal of the firm in 2007. In addition to his skills as a trial lawyer, Ben has served as SUGARMAN's Managing Partner since 2013.


Dodd-Frank Act and Whistleblower Claims - Sugarman.com

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by Benjamin R. Zimmermann Benjamin R. Zimmermann If you have questions regarding a potential whistleblower case under either federal or Massachusetts law, please fill out a Contact Form, call Benjamin Zimmermann or David McCormack at 617-542-1000 or e-mail Benjamin Zimmermann or David McCormack. If you have questions regarding a potential whistleblower case under either federal or Massachusetts law, please fill out a Contact Form, call Benjamin Zimmermann or David McCormack at 617-542-1000 or e-mail Benjamin Zimmermann or David McCormack.


Referrals - Sugarman.com

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Ben Zimmermann featured in Sunday Boston Globe Health and Wellness Article - Sugarman.com

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Ben Zimmermann featured in Sunday Boston Globe Health and Wellness Article Posted on September 1, 2014 by Benjamin R. Zimmermann Benjamin R. Zimmermann Ben Zimmermann was featured in a Sunday Boston Globe Health and Wellness article. Here's an excerpt: But Benjamin Zimmermann, a malpractice attorney with the Boston law firm Sugarman & Sugarman, said some hospital reports given to patients contain "bare bones information" that is meant to comply with the regulations but does not always satisfy patients and families. In one case in which a patient died of a medication error, the pharmacist dispensed the wrong dose but the hospital did not include information in its report about why that happened, he said. It also said someone wrote over the proper dose in the chart with the erroneous dose, but did not identify who altered the chart, or even who was interviewed as part of the investigation, Zimmermann said. "Often times that's the first thing the patient is looking for - a clear picture of what happened," he said. "The information can vary by hospital and by who did the investigation. A family can certainly ask for more detail. Whether that's provided, that's going to depend on the decision makers at the institution." It's rare to see a report that identifies specific caregivers and exactly what they did wrong, Zimmermann said.


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