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Posted On 09.29.15 by in Blog
Mr. Summers to Oversee Medical Malpractice Cases for the Maryland Personal Injury Law Firm
Baltimore, MD, September 29, 2015 –(PR.com)– Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP announced today the joining of Partner, Thomas C. Summers, who will oversee all of the firm’s medical malpractice matters.
In his impressive and well-rounded record of success, Mr. Summers has obtained many multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements in medical malpractice cases. The announcement was made today by Bruce Ingerman and Alan Horwitz, on behalf of the Maryland personal injury law firm.
“We are thrilled to add Mr. Summers to the Ingerman and Horwitz family,” said Mr. Horwitz. “Tom brings years of medical malpractice litigation experience and adds a great deal of strength to the firm’s capabilities of handling such difficult cases.”
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Summers was the head of the medical malpractice group at the prestigious Law Offices of Peter Angelos, for over 25 years. Mr. Summers is AV® Preeminent™ rated by Martindale-Hubbell. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dickinson College and received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Baltimore, School of Law.
Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP is a full-service, Maryland personal injury law firm with over 100 years of collective experience. As an AV-rated and Better Business Bureau A+ accredited firm, Ingerman & Horwitz, LLP is recognized throughout Maryland for their commitment to justice and dedication to excellence, resulting in numerous client referrals and the respect of their peers.
For more information, visit www.ihlaw.com or call 1-800-776-4529.
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