The firm has been in existence for over 60 years, tracing its history to 1946 when the late Philip I. Feinberg, Harvard Law School, 1938, opened his firm. This family-based practice was renamed in 1973 when Marsha, Philip's daughter, and her husband, Ludwig Alban, formed Feinberg & Alban, P.C. Marsha's brother, Robert I. Feinberg, joined in 1984 upon the death of Philip I. Feinberg.
We understand the meaning of family
We know the importance of family and the devastating consequences of an injury. That is why our attorneys pride ourselves on our ability to recognize immediately the major issues in every personal injury case. With years of experience behind us, we concentrate in areas of:
Type of Case
-Complex Personal injury
-Nursing home malpractice
-Auto, pedestrian, bicycle and motorcycle accidents
-Slip and fall
-Representation of Children
-Type of Injury
-All orthopedic injuries
-All neurological injuries
-Head and brain injuries
The firm also handles real estate law and estate planning issues. Real estate and estate planning are a big part of our practice because your needs often do not stop when your personal injury case ends.
We take the time to listen
Injuries may be very painful and can be devastating. We know it is important to you and your family to resolve your case expeditiously, but only with the best possible result. We listen. At Feinberg & Alban, P.C. we understand how difficult it can be to get your story across.
No one protects your rights more fervently than Feinberg & Alban, P.C.
At Feinberg & Alban, P.C. we pursue your claim aggressively. We are relentless advocates for our clients while maintaining a professional and well-respected demeanor. If you or a loved one has been injured, call us immediately at 617-232-5950 or contact us online.
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