James A. Swartz Recognized by Worldwide Registry for Excellence in Law

​James Swartz, managing attorney with Swartz & Swartz, P.C., has been recognized by Worldwide Registry for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in legal services.

Boston, United States - May 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

James Swartz, managing attorney with Swartz & Swartz, P.C., has been recognized by Worldwide Registry for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in legal services.

Mr. Swartz is currently the managing attorney and principal shareholder at Swartz & Swartz, P.C., which he joined in 1993. The firm provides representation for catastrophically injured clients, and Mr. Swartz displays an expert understanding of a wide range of areas in this field of personal injury law. He is adept in handling claims related to product liability, wrongful death, negligence, medical malpractice, auto accidents, and premises liability.

A nationally recognized and respected trial attorney and consumer advocate, Mr. Swartz has spent 25 years in practice. He has written and contributed to numerous articles and book chapters relating to child, medical, and product safety. Additionally, he has made presentations in educational programs for attorneys, and has spoken to consumer groups and school communities regarding consumer safety issues and product liability law. Furthermore, Mr. Swartz has testified before legislature regarding consumer education and safety.

Mr. Swartz has been honored over many consecutive years by Martindale-Hubbell as an AV preeminent peer-review rated attorney, and has received a Lifetime Achievement Membership in America’s Top 100 Attorneys. and icon, and a Boston Top-Rated Lawyer. He has also been named to Massachusetts Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters, as well as a Top 100 Litigation Lawyer for Massachusetts by The American Society of Legal Advocates.

He attributes his success as an attorney to having built a strong reputation through hard work, passion, and treating clients with respect and integrity. He has been admitted to practice in The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, and the State of Massachusetts, and has litigated cases as lead counsel in a number of states across the country.

Mr. Swartz stays active in the profession through affiliation with a number of industry organizations. These include the Boston Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, and Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys. He is also member of the ABA, American Association for Justice, and Public Justice Foundation.

Contact Info:
Name: Swartz & Swartz, P.C.
Organization: Swartz & Swartz, P.C.
Address: 10 Marshall St, Boston, Massachusetts 02108, United States
Phone: +1-617-742-1900

For more information, please visit http://www.swartzlaw.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 199230

More News From Action Swift

Jury recommends life in prison for man who rammed crowd

Dec 13, 2018

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Jurors told a judge Tuesday that life in prison is appropriate for a man who rammed his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally, capping a trial laced with the emotional testimony of survivors and troubling details of the self-proclaimed Hitler admirer's long history of mental illness. James Alex Fields Jr., 21, stood stoically with his hands folded in front of him as a court clerk read the verdict, which now must be taken under advisement by the judge, who will issue the final sentence. Judge Richard Moore scheduled a sentencing hearing for March 29. The...

The Latest: Slain woman's mom 'content' with life sentence

Dec 13, 2018

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The Latest on a jury's recommended sentence of life plus 419 years for a man convicted of murder for driving his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally (all times local): 1:50 p.m. The mother of a woman killed by a man who drove his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally says she is "content" with a jury's recommendation that he spend the rest of his life in prison. On Tuesday, a Virginia jury recommended a sentence of life plus 419 years for James Alex Fields Jr., who was convicted last week of first-degree...

No sentence yet for man who rammed rally counterprotesters

Dec 13, 2018

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Jurors considering the punishment for a man who drove his car into counterprotesters during a white nationalist rally heard emotional testimony Monday from a mother who described the pain caused by her daughter's death and a psychologist who described the man's long history of mental health problems. James Alex Fields Jr. faces up to life in prison for the death of Heather Heyer and injuries he caused to dozens of other counterprotesters. Jurors deliberated on a sentencing recommendation for just under two hours Monday before adjourning. Deliberations will resume Tuesday morning. Fields' lawyers argued that he acted...

The Latest: No sentence yet for man who rammed protesters

Dec 13, 2018

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The Latest on the sentencing of James Alex Fields Jr. for the murder of Heather Heyer (all times local): 5:30 p.m. Jurors have told a judge they need more time to come up with a sentencing recommendation for a man who killed a woman and injured dozens when he drove his car into counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Virginia last year. The jury that convicted James Alex Fields Jr. of first-degree murder and other charges deliberated on his sentence for just under two hours Monday. Jurors then told Judge Richard Moore they would like to...

Man who drove into crowd convicted of first-degree murder

Dec 13, 2018

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A man who drove his car into counterprotesters at a 2017 white nationalist rally in Virginia was convicted Friday of first-degree murder, a verdict that local civil rights activists hope will help heal a community still scarred by the violence and the racial tensions it inflamed nationwide. A state jury rejected defense arguments that James Alex Fields Jr. acted in self-defense during a "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017. Jurors also convicted Fields of eight other charges, including aggravated malicious wounding and hit and run. Fields, 21, drove to Virginia from his home...

Sign up now!

Action Swift is your fighting sports news site featuring boxing, fencing, martial arts, mixed martial arts and sumo. It’s time for some action!

Contact us: sales[at]actionswift.com