Diller Law is dedicated to helping clients hold wrongdoers accountable for ignoring
safety rules resulting in injuries and damages. Clients and lawyers alike trust
Diller Law to maximize results and to right wrongs for those injured by defective
products or reckless drivers, as well as those harmed on unsafe properties and
dangerous construction sites. Diller Law excels at trial preparation, strategy and
skills. Last year, Diller Law recouped millions for injured clients.
For five consecutive years, Marc Diller has been selected to the Super Lawyers list.
The past three years, Marc has been recognized to the Super Lawyers Top 100 lists
in Massachusetts and New England. Since 2015, Shaun DeSantis and David Mehan
have been selected to Rising Stars. Former military officer and orthopedic surgeon,
Dr. R. John Naranja, M.D., J.D. was also selected to 2019 Rising Stars. Robert J. Lyons
has spent his entire career helping Diller Law clients.
With an unwavering commitment to justice, Diller says, “We have an awesome
responsibility to make sure corporate and individual wrongdoers don’t ignore
safety in our community without consequence.”
Learn more about the selection process in the video and explanations below.
The Super Lawyer Difference
Becoming a Super Lawyer is an accomplishment worth noting.
New England Super Lawyers Top 100 List – There are 78,723 lawyers in the combined New England states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Only 0.13%, that is 1 out of every 787, of those attorneys, are chosen to the Super Lawyers Top 100 List.
Massachusetts Super Lawyers Top 100 List – There are 43,442 lawyers in Massachusetts. Only 0.23% of those attorneys, that is 1 out of every 434 attorneys, are chosen to the Massachusetts Super Lawyers Top 100 List.
How Does A Lawyer Become A Super Lawyer?
A lawyer cannot nominate themselves, and are not allowed to campaign for themselves. They become a candidate as a result of a review of a Managing Partner survey, nomination by peers, third-party feedback and/or being identified by the Super Lawyers research team.
Super Lawyers are next evaluated on 12 indicators of professional achievement and peer recognition. Next, they are evaluated by a peer group of other lawyers who achieved the highest points in the first two steps of the selection process. Finally, a representative number of small, medium and large firm attorneys are selected.
Five percent of the Attorneys are selected to Super Lawyers. While 2.5% of the attorneys are selected to Rising Stars. Candidates for Rising Stars are either 40 years old or younger or have been in practice less than 10 years.