Stuart A. Richman, Esq.
Stuart Richman is a partner with the firm. Long before he became an attorney, the law appealed to Mr. Richman. The construction of a set of rules that a society lives by has always been an interest of his. When he graduated from college, law school seemed like it was the next logical step in pursuit of this interest. After graduating from law school, he did not have his heart set on any one type of law. Sometimes, you just happen to fall into something and luckily enjoy it, so you never leave. That is what happened to Mr. Richman.
Over the years, Mr. Richman has developed a genuine love for personal injury law and making sure the little guy has a voice against corporations, including insurance companies. As time has gone by and he has learned how the system works, he has found that everyday people need as much help as they can get against giant, powerful insurance companies. Making sure those who are injured are rightfully compensated, and making sure the insurance companies, who collect millions and millions in annual premiums, are properly paying claims is something that Mr. Richman works very hard to accomplish for his clients.
Since becoming a lawyer, Mr. Richman has handled a wide variety of injury cases, including motor vehicle collisions and premises liability incidents. As time has passed, he has gravitated more towards the premises liability incidents because of the particular challenges that go along with those types of cases. Also, he has gained a tremendous amount of experience in taking the depositions of expert witnesses. Having handled thousands of expert depositions over the years, Mr. Richman has learned quite a bit of medicine and tries to use this experience to help each client whose case he has the privilege of handling.
In his free time, Mr. Richman enjoys spending time with his wife and two children, coaching baseball and basketball, exercising and traveling. Favorite Quote: “Sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of, who do the things that no one can imagine”. – Alan Turing