- Massachusetts, 1999
- U.S. District Court District of Massachusetts, 2016
- Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, 1999
- Juris Doctorate
- Cum Laude
- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1996
- B.A. English and communications
- Cum Laude
- Selected to Super Lawyers Top 100 New England and Top 100 Massachusetts Lawyers**: 2017
- Selected to Super Lawyers**: 2015 – 2017
- AVVO* rating 10/10
- 2010 Rudman Prize for trial advocacy from MCLE
- Lead counsel in a case listed by Massachusetts Lawyerís Weekly as the top 10 opinions of 2010, Lev. v. Beverly Enterprises-Massachusetts, Inc.
- Fluent in Spanish
- Board of Governors, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
- Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
- Boston Bar Association
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Boston Inn of Courts
Marc Diller handles all aspects of personal injury cases from intake to trial. Over the years, Marc has resolved successfully a multitude of cases through trial, litigation, arbitration, mediation and settlement. In practice, Marc has tried or argued cases in many of the Courts in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Florida.
Marc enjoys holding corporations and insurance companies accountable for wrongdoings. Marc dedicates his practice to representing injured individuals and the families of people who suffered a wrongful death against corporate and individual wrongdoers. Marc’s experience includes, but is not limited to, holding restaurants, bars, clubs and drunk drivers responsible for the damage they cause. Marc seeks to make distracted drivers, professional drivers and trucking companies take responsibility for crashes involving motorcyclists, pedestrians, bicyclists and motor vehicle drivers and passengers. Marc fights companies who make, design or sell dangerous products that injure consumers. Marc also sues property owners who maintain unreasonably dangerous conditions on their premises resulting in injury. Marc has additional experiencing litigating or handling insurance coverage disputes, dog bite injuries, property losses, school bullying cases, consumer protection cases, MBTA cases and State Tort Claims. Marc has appeared in the state and federal court in the trial court and/or appellate court.
Marc is an active member of numerous national and local professional legal organizations and committees dedicated to the ethical and competent litigation of cases as well as the proper administration of justice.
Marc has developed a strong reputation for his aggressive, yet practical approach to litigating and resolving personal injury cases.
For 16 years, Marc had the luxury of working with and/or practicing law with his father. Marc learned a lot from William’s forty-plus years experience in law. William acted as editor-in-chief of the Suffolk Law Review (’69), clerked for Justice Reardon at the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (’70), was an associate at one of Boston’s premier big law firms, and during William’s 40 years in private practice, he handled many complex and significant personal injury cases.
Marc majored in English and communications and earned a B.A., cum laude, from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, cum laude. Marc started working at the Law Offices of William Diller in 1997. Marc and his father, William practiced law together between 1999 and 2013. In 2013, Marc started DILLER LAW, P.C.
Marc is the father and step father of four children. He coaches recreational basketball. In his free time, Marc enjoys golfing and watching movies.
Selected Recent Cases
Adult Day Care Center Injures Patient
Marc helped an elderly woman hold an adult day care center accountable after it chose to use an incompetent medical transportation company to drive its patients to and from the facility. The incompetent medical transport company did no background checks nor safety training for its medical transport drivers. One driver chose not to secure Marc’s client in her wheelchair causing her to be thrown out of her wheelchair during transport. His client suffered a severe gash in her leg that could not heal and required above the knee amputation. Her injuries were preventable if the day care hired safe and competent transportation companies. The case settled one week before trial.
Chuck E Cheese playground Injures Child
Marc helped a young boy hold Chuck E Cheese accountable after it did not inspect and maintain its indoor playground equipment. Chuck E Cheese left a torn mat inside its playground equipment next to an exposed screw, sharp side up. A young boy tripped on the mat and fell toward the exposed screw. The boy gashed his forehead resulting in a facial scar. Marc tried the case to verdict in Suffolk County and the jury held Chuck E Cheese responsibility for the full measure of the boy’s damages.
Major League Baseball Club Fails to Protect its Fans
Marc represents a fan struck by a foul ball at Fenway Park in a section of the stadium not protected by netting. Marc defeated a Motion to Dismiss filed by the Boston Red Sox. The seminal decision in this case is one of the first court decisions in the country which allows a fan to sue a Major League Baseball club for not protecting its fans from the risk of unreasonably dangerous foul balls.
Defective fishing rod injures fisherman
Marc brought a Product Liability claim against the Chinese manufacturer, designer and the local seller of an unsafe fishing rod which broke under low tension resulting in shrapnel from the rod striking the eye of the fisherman using the rod. Plaintiff’s expert was prepared to testify that the defendants did not test the product to its minimum recommended line strength and the unsafe rod fractured because the composite materials were too weak not to fracture under stress below the recommended line strength. Before trial, at a pre-trial mediation, the case settled.
Teenage motorist injures Motorcyclist
Marc represented a motorcyclist who suffered a severe wrist injury resulting in multiple surgeries and permanent disability. At trial, Attorney Diller showed that the teenage motorist pulled in front of the motorcyclist and left the motorcyclist no time to react causing plaintiff to be ejected from the motorcycle over the defendant’s car and onto the highway pavement. After five days of trial the case settled.
Jury Verdict in fall on unsafe property
Marc brought a premises liability claim on behalf of a real estate agent against the owner of a real estate agency who left open and unguarded an unsafe trap door in the back office’s floor. Plaintiff represented the real estate agent who fell through the unguarded hole in the floor and suffered multiple injuries over his body including, most significantly, a shoulder injury requiring surgery. The Defendants contested liability and alleged comparative fault against the plaintiff. After trial, Marc secured a jury verdict on behalf of the plaintiff real estate agent.
Drunk Driver injures pedestrian
Marc brought a liquor liability claim against a restaurant which over-served a customer who left the restaurant, drove two miles down the road and ran over the pedestrian resulting in the driver’s third drunk driving conviction. Plaintiff’s expert was prepared to testify that even though there was no blood alcohol tests for the drunk driver, the drunk driver would have been showing signs of intoxication at the time he was last served alcohol comparable to those signs he showed at the scene of the collision. At a pre-trial mediation, the case against the restaurant settled.
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