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Six Duffy & Duffy Attorneys Named Super Lawyers

Written July 17, 2015

Continues to be one of Long Island’s Most Sought After Victim’s Rights Firm

June 9, 2015 (Uniondale) – Michael Duffy, Duffy & Duffy’s managing partner, announced today that six attorneys from the firm have been named  Super Lawyers.

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

Those being recognized are; James R. Duffy, Michael E. Duffy, James LiCalzi, James Wilkens, Michael Santo and Frank Torres.

Michael Duffy said, “Our firm has a passion for service and a commitment to provide advocacy to victims of medical malpractice. I want to thank all the attorneys at Duffy & Duffy for the dedicated work they provide our clients.”

Duffy & Duffy’s mission is to advocate for patients who are harmed by medical malpractice, negligence or personal injury and to help their clients – and their families – receive justice. They bring to each client engagement years of legal experience, vast knowledge of trying medical malpractice and negligence cases and a passion to defend and fight for patients’ rights. To learn more please visit www.duffyduffylaw.com

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

(Photo: L to R, T to B) James R. Duffy, Michael E. Duffy, James LiCalzi, James Wilkens, Michael Santo, Frank Torres

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