Thursday, May. 16, 2013
Bottom (from left to right): MBA Civil Litigation Section Chair Paul White; MBA Chief Operating Officer and Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy; The One Fund Boston Manager Kenneth R. Feinberg; Camille Biros of Feinberg Rozen LLP; MBA Past President Leo V. Boyle; and MBA President Robert L. Holloway Jr.
Volunteer to offer legal assistance to Boston Marathon bombing victims
The Massachusetts Bar Association is offering legal assistance
to victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.
In addition to offering victims legal representation when
needed, the MBA will provide a Dial-A-Lawyer session specifically
for bombing victims on Thursday, May 30. Visit www.massbar.org/BostonStrong to learn more
about the MBA's efforts and how you can help. Click here to donate to The One Fund Boston,
which was set-up to directly benefit those most effected by the
tragic events. Attorney Kenneth Feinberg was
appointed administrator of the fund.
"The MBA is working closely with Ken Feinberg and his team and
we have helped him navigate and clear some of the behind-the-scenes
issues that were standing in his path to access vitally-needed
victim data," MBA Chief Operating Officer and Chief Legal Counsel
Martin W. Healy said.
The MBA is also seeking attorneys who are available to volunteer
to take one case, if called upon. The MBA anticipates that there
will likely be a need for legal help in the areas of housing,
disability claims, workers' compensation, employment and
If you, or any of your
colleagues, want to help, please contact the MBA at (617) 338-0695
or [e-mail communityservices] and specify your area