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Boston personal injury lawyers Breakstone, White & Gluck

Ronald E. Gluck, Marc L. Breakstone and David W. White of Breakstone, White & Gluck.

Breakstone, White & Gluck is proud to announce our three partners have been recognized in the 2023 edition of Best Lawyers in America©. The rankings were publicly announced on August 18, 2022. Marc L. BreakstoneDavid W. White and Ronald E. Gluck were recognized for their experience and expertise in these practice areas:

  • Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs
  • Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs
  • Professional Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs
  • Product Liability Litigation – Plaintiffs
  • Insurance Law

This recognition comes after Breakstone, White & Gluck celebrated 30 years of practicing law in Boston this summer. Combined, all four of our attorneys offer more than 125 years experience.

Best Lawyers has released these widely-respected rankings annually in partnership with U.S. News & World Report and other media partners since the early 1980s. The rankings are compiled as a guide to help inform consumers as they hire an attorney. The lists are based on an extensive peer-review evaluation. Breakstone, White & Gluck and our attorneys were selected based on the feedback of other local lawyers and those whom they have opposed in court. Best Lawyers was founded upon “the principle that the best lawyers would know, and be able to recognize, the best lawyers in their location and practice area.”

The rankings recognize just 5 percent of attorneys in private practice across the United States for their skills and abilities. Read about our partners:

Marc L. Breakstone
David W. White
Ronald E. Gluck


Attorney Marc L. Breakstone

Reza Breakstone

Marc L. Breakstone

Attorney Marc L. Breakstone has been recognized in the 2023 Best Lawyers in America rankings in these specialties: Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs, Professional Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs and Medical Malpractice Litigation – Plaintiffs.

Attorney Breakstone has represented seriously injured clients in personal injury and medical malpractice cases since 1986. He has a reputation for working tirelessly to ensure his clients receive full and fair compensation as well as the most favorable medical result.

In his practice, Attorney Breakstone represents victims of personal injury and wrongful death, motor vehicle accidents, pedestrian accidents, MBTA bus accidents, medical malpractice and propane gas explosions. His awards include a $10.2 million settlement for his client who was the victim of ambulance negligence and $7.5 million for his client who lost their loved one in a propane gas explosion.

David W. WhiteAttorney Breakstone has been consistently praised by his clients and recognized, including by Best Lawyers in America, Top 100 New England Super Lawyers, Top 100 Massachusetts Super Lawyers and Massachusetts Super Lawyers in the specialty of medical malpractice. He has been rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell for 25 years, an honor recognizing attorneys for their strong legal ability and high ethical standards. Read more about Marc.

 


Attorney David W. White

David W. White - Boston Personal Injury Lawyer

David W. White

Attorney David W. White has been recognized in the 2023 Best Lawyers in America rankings in these specialties: Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs, Product Liability Litigation – Plaintiffs, Insurance Law and Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs.

A past president of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Attorney White specializes in helping victims of personal injury, wrongful death, bicycle accidents, motor vehicle crashes, dog bites, construction accidents, premises liability accidents and defective products.

Attorney White’s settlements and verdicts include a $4.35 million award for his client who fell from an unsecured cooling tower on a construction accident site. He recovered $2.5 million for his client injured by a homeowner’s negligent use of a fire pit.

Ronald E. GluckAttorney White has been consistently praised by his clients and recognized, including by Best Lawyers in America, Top 100 New England Super Lawyers, Top 100 Massachusetts Super Lawyers and Massachusetts Super Lawyers in the specialty of personal injury law. He has been rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell, an honor recognizing attorneys for their strong legal ability and high ethical standards.  Read more about David.

 


Attorney Ronald E. Gluck

Ronald E. Gluck

Ronald E. Gluck

Attorney Ron Gluck has been recognized in the 2023 Best Lawyers in America rankings in his specialty of Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs. Attorney Gluck has practiced law in Boston for more than 30 years. He offers his clients a unique combination of compassion and strategic abilities in developing cases to achieve the best financial result.

In his practice, Attorney Gluck represents victims of personal injury and wrongful death, traumatic brain injuries, car accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents and bicycle accidents, including crashes caused by the operators of large vehicles and commercial trucks.

Attorney Gluck has been consistently praised by his clients and recognized by Best Lawyers in America and Massachusetts Super Lawyers in the specialty of personal injury law. He has been rated AV Preeminent Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, an honor recognizing attorneys for their strong legal ability and high ethical standards.

Attorney Gluck’s verdicts and settlements on behalf of clients include $3.75 million recovered for a motorcyclist who was hit by a negligent driver and $2.5 million for a driver who was struck and seriously injured by the driver of an 18-wheel truck. Read more about Ron.


Free Legal Consultation – Boston Personal Injury Lawyers

At Breakstone, White & Gluck, we fight for justice for those who have been seriously injured by the negligence of others. We represent clients in Boston, Cambridge and across Massachusetts. With more than 125  years combined experience, our personal injury lawyers have won numerous record-setting verdicts and settlements for clients in negligence, car accident, product liability and medical malpractice cases.

If you have been injured by someone’s negligence, learn your legal rights. For a free legal consultation, contact Breakstone, White & Gluck at 1-800-379-1244 or 1-617-723-7676 our use our contact form.

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We are excited about the summer of 2022 here at Breakstone, White & Gluck. This is the 10th year of our Project KidSafe campaign. Read about a few of our bike helmet donations to children:

The Bike Connector and Lowell Public Schools

Children wearing Project KidSafe bike helmets in Lowell, Massachusetts

Project KidSafe in Lowell: Breakstone, White & Gluck gave each student at Stoklaska Middle School a free helmet to go with their new bike donated by The Bike Connector.

Breakstone, White & Gluck was pleased to donate 300 helmets to The Bike Connector for donations to students in the Lowell Public School system.

We attended one of the giveaways at the Stoklaska Middle School on May 12th and watched as 50 very excited students got to pick out new bikes, then received a free Project KidSafe helmet. The Bike Connector and volunteers collected and refurbished the bikes so the children have the option of riding to school. The middle school is located on Broadway Street, more than a half mile west of Lowell City Hall.

Massachusetts Safe Routes to School

In June, Breakstone, White & Gluck donated bike helmets to help students at the Nathaniel Morten Elementary School in Plymouth get ready for summer. The local PTA and a bike shop teamed up for this event and Massachusetts Safe Routes to School provided safety instruction. Two of the topics: the importance of wearing their new Project KidSafe helmets and the ABC Quick Check (air, brakes, chain).

We want to mention – this is the 8th year we have partnered up with Massachusetts Safe Routes to School as part of our Project KidSafe campaign. Safe Routes gives our Project KidSafe helmets away to children who need one at bike rodeos and school events, which is a great fit as they teach students about the rules of the road for bicycles. Students leave events with the helmets they need to protect themselves and reduce the risk of injury.

Children receive free Project KidSafe helmets at DIY Bike Rodeo in Medford, June 2022.

Project KidSafe in Medford: Breakstone, White & Gluck donated helmets for the DIY Bike Rodeo with Medford Recreation and Medford Bikes.

Medford Bicycle Advisory Commission

Breakstone, White & Gluck was pleased to continue our partnership with the Medford Bicycle Advisory Commission and Medford Recreation and donate helmets for the children at the DIY Bike Rodeo on June 3rd.

The event was held at Tufts Park, where children had a ½ mile area to practice skills. In addition to a free Project KidSafe helmet, children were also offered free bike lights and safety literature.

Chelsea Bike Rodeo

Breakstone, White & Gluck supported the Chelsea Bike and Pedestrian Committee with a donation to children who participated in the Chelsea Bike Rodeo on June 18th. This was a fun event because children had the opportunity to receive and decorate a free helmet, which we hope encourages them to wear it.

The event was organized by the Chelsea Recreation & Cultural Affairs and Massachusetts Safe Routes to School participated.

Somerville Kiwanis

Kiwanis Club of Somerville

Our support for the Kiwanis Club of Somerville dates back to 2013. There were a few missed years during the pandemic.

So it was great to see the Kiwanis Club members back out at the East Somerville Carnival on June 5th. Members gave away over 200 Project KidSafe helmets to children and other cyclists who needed one, then fit helmets for those who needed help.

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By: Ronald Gluck

Attorney Ron Gluck is a member of the Charles River Wheelers and wrote this article for the club’s monthly newsletter, WheelPeople.

If you witness an accident, let the victim and the police know. The role of eyewitnesses is critical to the outcome of a case involving injured cyclists. In many cases, police receive a version of the incident from both the cyclist and from the driver of the motor vehicle. When these versions conflict, as they often do, it can be a toss-up as to who is correct. That is when an independent witness, who has no skin in the game, is critical. That person’s version of what they saw can be the difference-maker in the case.

Unfortunately, many people choose not to identify themselves as witnesses. Perhaps they are concerned that their involvement will take too much of their time. They may fear that they might even have to go to court someday to testify in the case, or be involved in a deposition. For many people, the default is to stay uninvolved. For the victim of a serious accident, the witness’s preference to remain uninvolved can have life-altering consequences.

What Would You Want if You Were Seriously Injured? What to Consider.

Perhaps one way to think of it is to ask yourself the question, “what would I want a person to do if I were the one seriously injured in a bicycle collision?” The answer is obvious: you would want the person to identify themself and convey to the police what they had observed. Since that’s what we all would want people to do, then adopt it as a policy of what to do in the event that you are such a witness.

Let’s look at what is really involved in terms of your time and the interruption in your life if you became a witness in a case that eventually went all the way to trial.

First, at the scene you may be a first responder and can provide comfort to the cyclist and be the first to call 911. Then, after identifying yourself to police, you would briefly give your statement and the police may ask you to submit a written statement which you could do from your home. Many months later, you may be contacted by an attorney to briefly discuss your observations over the telephone and then, perhaps, in the next year you may spend an hour or two giving your observations in a deposition which these days is often done by Zoom.

Although many people feel nervous when being questioned by attorneys in the course of litigation, the fact is that a witness who is simply volunteering their observations, and who has no rooting interest for either side, is treated with great respect by attorneys. The attorneys will always help accommodate a witness’s schedule to make the deposition convenient for them. And, if the case ultimately goes to trial and you are called to testify in court, the attorneys and the judge will go out of their collective way to accommodate the schedule of the witness if at all possible. The testimony would take an hour or so of your time.

Having done all of that, over the course of 2 to 3 years, the witness would likely feel good about their participation in the process. They would feel good that they helped the victim achieve justice. They would feel good that they stood up and made their voice heard.

One Witness: “It Was the Right Thing to Do.”

Recently, a witness to a serious collision stepped forward and made his name known to police at the scene. He did not know it at the time, but the driver of the vehicle that struck the cyclist would present a version of accident that was designed to help him escape liability for the collision. The witness told police what he had seen. He then wrote out a statement and gave it to the police. The cyclist, who suffered a brain injury, and who had little recollection of the incident due to the brain injury, achieved justice in the end largely because of the courage and selflessness of the witness to step forward. When I asked the witness why he had stepped forward and spent his time making sure that police understood what he had observed, he replied simply, “it was the right thing to do.” Yes, the right thing to do. Many people live by that credo. This is one more way, in the bicycling and motor vehicle context, that we can all bring it to life in the name of seeing that justice is done.

Enjoy riding and stay safe.

If you have questions about a particular incident or more generally about the subject matter of this column, feel free to contact Ron Gluck at gluck@bwglaw.com.

About Ron Gluck
Ron Gluck is a founder and principal at Breakstone White and Gluck in Boston. Throughout his 35-year legal career, Ron has represented seriously injured individuals in a variety of cases including cycling accidents involving catastrophic injury and wrongful death. Ron is a member of the Charles River Wheelers and regularly writes The Gluck Legal Takeaway column for the monthly newsletter, WheelPeople.

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Boston personal injury lawyer David W. White of Breakstone, White & Gluck

Attorney David W. White of Breakstone, White & Gluck in Boston.

Attorney David W. White was interviewed for WBUR’s news coverage of the Red Line subway accident that claimed a man’s life at Broadway Station in Boston over the weekend.  The man was reportedly dragged after his arm got caught in a subway door. The National Transportation Safety Board is now investigating.

Breakstone, White & Gluck represents clients who have been injured in MBTA subway crashes, pedestrian bus accidents and other incidents in the Boston area.  When asked, Attorney White said he believes the law allows the MBTA to offer sympathy to an injured party without making an admission, but he does not recall a time this has happened.

“As long as you’re not saying, for example, ‘I’m sorry that I was negligent and that someone suffered injury,’ you’re not making an admission,” he said. “But to simply say, ‘I’m sorry. I’m very sorry. Our condolences, our sympathies,’ there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that.” Read and listen to the WBUR coverage.

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Breakstone, White & Gluck's Project KidSafe campaign

Breakstone, White & Gluck donated bike helmets to support the International Institute of New England and Bikes Not Bombs as they work to collect bikes for Afghan refugees.

Breakstone, White & Gluck was pleased to donate 60 bicycle helmets to support the International Institute of New England (IINE) and community groups as they give Afghan refugees bikes for transportation.

IINE has been working with many companies, organizations and individuals to help Afghan refugees resettle in the Boston area. IINE and Bikes Not Bombs in Jamaica Plain are now seeking donations of used adult bicycles (in good or repairable condition). Bikes Not Bombs and other volunteers will conduct safety checks and make minor repairs before bikes are distributed to those in need.

Each bike will be given away with a helmet, lock, light, and bike safety literature. Bikes Not Bombs will donate free bike lights and provide discounted bike locks while Breakstone, White & Gluck has donated a supply of helmets. MassBike helped IINE prepare the bike literature in the Dari and Pashtu languages. Others, such as Rozzie Bikes and Temple Emmanuel of Newton, have also been involved or have expressed interest in collecting bikes or supporting the effort, IINE’s volunteer coordinator said. The organization is not sure how many bikes they will need or ultimately give away over the next few months.

According to Bikes Not Bombs and IINE, hundreds of refugees have arrived since the fall of Afghanistan and are in need of assistance to be mobile in their communities, to access various resources, and to commute to work — all vital first steps towards self-sufficiency.

“Breakstone, White & Gluck is happy to provide bike helmets to families who are making new lives in America after having recently escaped from Afghanistan,” said Attorney Ron Gluck of Breakstone, White & Gluck. “We hope that these families enjoy safe riding and have a peaceful transition to their new surroundings in the Boston area.”

“The refugees have a real need for bicycles,” said Alan Wright of Rozzie Bikes, who is repairing bikes along with Bikes Not Bombs. “Transportation is a big barrier. In the first few months, the refugees have to get to doctor’s appointments, go out and do groceries and attend English as a Second Language classes. Then they need to find work. And it can take six months to get a driver’s license.”

Bikes Not Bombs and IINE are collecting adult bikes which are in good or repairable condition. If you are interested in donating a bike, please fill out the IINE’s form: https://iine.wufoo.com/forms/z6cvn5q0go3y5q/.

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Silver Level Bicycle Friendly Business awardWe have exciting news to share. The League of American Bicyclists has recognized Breakstone, White & Gluck with a Silver Level Bicycle Friendly Business Award for the second time. This year, Breakstone, White & Gluck proudly joins 34 other bicycle-friendly businesses in Massachusetts and is one of just two law firms recognized in New England.

Breakstone, White & Gluck was honored for our Project KidSafe campaign and 10 years of building strong community partnerships to reach low-income children and others who need a helmet. Our firm was also recognized for supporting cycling groups and events that encourage cycling and safety in Boston, including the National Bike to Work Festival and the Mattapan on Wheels Bike-a-Thon.

As Breakstone, White & Gluck is recognized, we want to thank our community partners and celebrate the close partnerships we have built with you to protect children on bikes.

 

Thanks to Our Project KidSafe Community Partners!

Breakstone, White & Gluck's Project KidSafe campaign for bike safetyWe want to thank all our past and present Project KidSafe community partners. To date, Breakstone, White & Gluck has partnered with over 50 police departments, bike committees, school groups and local organizations to reach low-income children and others who need helmets.

Together, since 2013, Breakstone, White & Gluck and our community partners have now given away more than 33,000 helmets to protect children.

2021 was one of our best years yet. We continued supporting our community partners in bike rodeos and community events, watching you draw high participation from all your work to promote events. We continued our donations to local police departments and Safe Routes to School, while also working to support our newest donations in Brockton and Lowell.

Now, in 2022, we look forward to celebrating our 10th anniversary of Project KidSafe with you as we support your helmet giveaways.

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Thanks to Our 2021 Community Partners!

  • MassBike
  • Massachusetts Safe Routes to School
  • Bikes Not Bombs
  • Mattapan Food and Fitness Coalition
  • Bikes Not Bombs
  • The Bike Connector
  • Medford Bikes
  • Canton Farmers Market
  • Ashland Farmers Market
  • Dedham Bike Rodeo
  • Friends of Lexington Bikeways
  • Worcester Earn a Bike
  • Milton Bike
  • Clinton Park and Recreation Department
  • Somerville Groundworks
  • Quincycles

Thanks to Our 2021 Police Department Partners!

  • Boston Police
  • Cambridge Police
  • Quincy Police
  • Everett Police
  • Lynn Police
  • Randolph Police
  • Brockton Police
  • Norwood Police
  • Waltham Police
  • Dedham Police
  • Arlington Police

Thanks to Our Other Partners!

  • Boston Cyclists Union
  • National Bike to Work Festival
  • Mattapan on Wheels
  • Charles River Wheelers
  • Northeast Bicycle Club
  • New England Mountain Bike Association
  • CYCLE Kids
  • Boston Bikes’ Roll It Forward

Project KidSafe Highlight: the Lynn Police Department

Lynn Police Bicycle Safety Day

Bicycle Safety Day in Lynn, 2021.

In 2021, we watched the Lynn Police Department host a Bicycle Safety Day, using our helmets as the foundation for the fun event. Our attorneys couldn’t be more pleased with how this event came out – or how many children participated.

Breakstone, White & Gluck began a community partnership with Lynn Police in 2018. During the first few years, Breakstone, White & Gluck donated the bicycle helmets from our Project KidSafe campaign and officers gave the helmets away to children and families at community events, such as the Latino Festival, and at the YMCA.

Officers were reaching children. But Lynn Police wanted an opportunity to spend more time on bike safety. Knowing Breakstone, White & Gluck would donate helmets, Lynn Police began making plans and reaching out to other local businesses for support. Lynn Police went on and hosted the Bicycle Safety Day last July outside a local school. We are told the children really enjoyed the afternoon, which included an obstacle course!

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Breakstone, White & Gluck partners

From left: Ronald E. Gluck, Marc L. Breakstone and David W. White.

We are pleased to announce that Breakstone, White & Gluck has received the highest rankings among Boston personal injury and medical malpractice law firms in the 2022 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.”

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers released the 12th annual edition of “Best Law Firms” on Nov. 4th, recognizing our firm with Tier 1 rankings in personal injury law – plaintiffs and medical malpractice law – litigation in the Boston Metropolitan region.

According to the publishers, a tiered ranking reflects a firm has earned the highest level of respect and ratings from clients and other local attorneys. The rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process which includes client and lawyer evaluations along with peer review from other leading attorneys in the Boston area.

To be considered for “Best Law Firms,” at least one attorney at a firm must also be recognized in The Best Lawyers in America, which released its 2022 rankings in August. This marks the 12th year our attorneys have earned individual rankings.

Marc L. Breakstone, David W. White and Ronald E. Gluck have been recognized across these specialties:

  • Personal injury law – plaintiffs
  • Medical malpractice law – plaintiffs
  • Professional malpractice law – plaintiffs
  • Insurance law

Reza Breakstone has been named to the Best Lawyers – Ones to Watch in the following specialties:

  • Personal injury law – plaintiffs
  • Medical malpractice law – plaintiffs
  • Professional malpractice law – plaintiffs

Read about our attorneys:

Mark L. Breakstone
Marc has established a reputation as one of the top personal injury and medical malpractice lawyers in Massachusetts and New England. He is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and has represented serious injured clients for more than 30 years in Boston. His settlements and verdicts for clients include a $10.2 million settlement for a young child injured by ambulance negligence, $7.5 million for the wrongful death of a worker in a propane gas explosion and $7.1 million for a woman who was struck by an MBTA bus in a crosswalk.

David W. White
David has been recognized among the top personal injury and insurance bad faith lawyers in Massachusetts and New England. He has distinguished himself for his advocacy among clients and his leadership among Massachusetts lawyers as a past president of the Massachusetts Bar Association. David is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law and his settlements and awards for clients include $4.35 million for a worker who suffered a serious construction accident fall and $2.5 million for his client who suffered severe burns as a result of a homeowner’s negligent use of a fire pit

Ronald E. Gluck
Ron is an accomplished trial lawyer who is highly respected by colleagues as one of the top personal injury lawyers in Massachusetts and New England. He is a graduate of Boston College and the Case Western Reserve University School of Law. His verdicts and awards for clients include $3.75 million for a motorcyclist injured by a driver’s negligence and $2.5 million for a driver who suffered spinal injuries in a truck accident.

 

Reza Breakstone
Reza has been recognized as one of the top personal injury lawyers in Boston in the Best Lawyers – Ones to Watch and Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars rankings. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Northeastern University School of Law. He represents clients in all areas of our personal injury practice, contributing to some of our firm’s most significant settlements and verdicts for clients over the past six years.

Free Legal Consultation – Boston Personal Injury Lawyers

With more than 100 years combined experience, Breakstone, White & Gluck is known for our results for clients who have been seriously injured or killed by negligence across Massachusetts. We specialize in the handling of personal injury and wrongful death cases, including when negligence results in car accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian crosswalk accidents, traumatic brain injury or construction accidents. Our firm offers extensive experience in representing clients injured by bus accidents and commercial truck crashes caused by driver negligence.

If you have been injured, learn your legal rights before making any decisions. For a free legal consultation, contact Breakstone, White & Gluck at 800-379-1244 or 617-723-7676 or use our contact form.

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Breakstone, White & Gluck partners

From left: Ronald E. Gluck, Marc L. Breakstone and David W. White.

We are pleased to announce that Best Lawyers has recognized Marc L. Breakstone, David W. White and Ronald E. Gluck in the 2022 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America®. Reza Breakstone was recognized in the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch rankings. The rankings were released on August 19th.

Our attorneys were recognized among the top-ranked Boston lawyers in four specialties: personal injury law, medical malpractice law, professional malpractice and insurance law. This is the 12th consecutive year our attorneys have been featured in The Best Lawyers in America. This is the second year Attorney Reza Breakstone has been included in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch, now in its second edition.

Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected lawyer ranking service in the world. First published in 1983, The Best Lawyers in America highlights the professional excellence, experience and achievements of lawyers across the U.S. What makes the ratings so valuable is the peer-review process. Attorneys are selected based on feedback from other lawyers who are familiar with their experience and results for clients. This year, Best Lawyers rated lawyers across 147 practice areas, with more than 10.8 million evaluations analyzed in the United States. Approximately 5 percent of attorneys in private practice in the U.S. were selected.

Best Lawyers publishes its rankings annually in partnership with U.S. News & World Report and other leading local, regional and national publications.


Recognition for Breakstone, White & Gluck


Attorney Marc L. Breakstone – The Best Lawyers in America (2022 Edition)

Marc L. Breakstone

Marc L. Breakstone

Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs

Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs

Professional Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs

Read more about Marc.


Attorney David W. White – The Best Lawyers in America (2022 Edition)

David W. White - Boston Personal Injury Lawyer

David W. White

Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs

Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs

Insurance Law

Read more about David.


Attorney Ronald E. Gluck – The Best Lawyers in America (2022 Edition)

Ronald E. Gluck

Ronald E. Gluck

Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs

Read more about Ron.


Reza Breakstone – Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch (2022 Edition)

Reza Breakstone

Ronald E. Gluck

Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs

Professional Malpractice Law

Medical Malpractice Law – Plaintiffs

Read more about Reza.


Free Legal Consultation – Boston Personal Injury Lawyers

Breakstone, White & Gluck fights for justice for those who have been seriously injured by negligence. Our personal injury lawyers have a passionate commitment to the physical, emotional and economic well-being of our clients. After a serious injury, we are committed to helping our clients return to good health and economic well-being as quickly as possible.

With 100+ years combined experience, our attorneys have won record-setting verdicts and settlements in negligence, product liability and medical malpractice cases across Massachusetts. We have been consistently recognized for our results for clients, including by U.S. News Best Law Firms, Best Lawyers in America, Top 100 New England Super Lawyers and Top 100 Massachusetts Super Lawyers.

Our attorneys specialize in all areas of personal injury law, representing those injured by negligence in car accidents, bicycle accidents and pedestrian crashes. We have extensive experience in the areas of truck crashes and bus accidents as well as construction accidents, premises liability, product liability, medical malpractice, traumatic brain injuries and wrongful death.

If you have been injured by someone else’s negligence, learn about our personal injury attorneys. We share our results for clients in past cases on our website. You can also hear from some of the clients we have helped on our testimonials page.

For a free legal consultation, contact Breakstone, White & Gluck at 1-800-379-1244 or 1-617-723-7676. You can also use our contact form.

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