Richard Mandel, Personal Injury Lawyer
Personal Injury Attorney
“Every person, for an injury inflicted on the person or the person’s reputation, property or immunities, shall have remedy by due course of law; and right and justice shall be administered freely and without sale, completely and without denial, promptly and without delay.”Constitution of Maine (as inscribed on the John Joseph Moakley US Courthouse — Boston, MA)
Areas of Practice
Richard represents those injured through no fault of their own. With thirty years of experience, he developed expertise in multiple facets if injury law such as:
“This is fantastic, and I’m so glad I followed your advice; I’m so incredibly grateful that you’re my lawyer!! I confirm that I wish to accept the settlement offer, and please let me know what the next steps are! Thank you so much for the last few years of working on this and this negotiations process! I’m over the moon to hear this news!
“Many thanks,”Eu Ro
Richard’s Passion for Personal Injury Law
Richard passionately believes that those injured through no fault of their own should not bear the cost of that injury. Because your injury is personal to you, nothing will truly compensate for an injury. But the legal process can transfer the costs, impacts, and burdens of an injury to those responsible for that injury! And that’s what personal injury law is all about!
Richard, with thirty years of legal experience, brings a deep and unique perspective to his personal injury clients. He started his career in the insurance defense industry with law firms and even worked directly for an insurance company. Richard became frustrated by a dispassionate, indifferent, and impersonal system that trivialized the impacts of a “personal” injury. So he took his insurance defense experience and now applies it to your benefit when seeking compensation from insurers. Richard will educate you on the legal merits and process of your claims to empower informed decisions that best suit your unique circumstances.
Richard’s Personal Passions
When not helping his clients, Richard avidly pursues outdoor activities, including snowboarding, cycling, and hiking. He has been a volunteer with the Killington Ski area in Vermont since 1997. His diverse background includes stints as a commercial fisherman, framing carpenter, and a reporter on the floor of the American Stock Exchange.
- Magna cum laude from New York University
- Member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, an Economics honors society
- Semi-finalist and co-director of the Homer Albers Moot Court Competition at Boston University School of Law
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court Law Clerk
Here to Help
If you need experienced, empathetic and effective representation, Richard is your person. With free initial consultations and a contingency fee based practice, you will never pay Richard anything unless you receive compensation. Let’s talk! There is no obligation whatsoever!
$5,000,000construction site accident in Kingston MA
$4,500,000traumatic brain injury from fight at a restaurant
$2,900,000traumatic brain injury
$750,000traumatic brain injury from construction site accident
$500,000orthopedic injury from construction site accident
$500,000industrial accident and product liability