RGLZ’s Newest Attorney: Mary Ann Risavich-Birgeles

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IMG_3935RGLZ Personal Injury Law is happy to welcome our newest associate Mary Ann Risavich-Birgeles on board as of May 2016. She is the first new attorney on staff since Christopher Glass joined the team in 2012. Mary Ann studied American History and Political Science at University of Pennsylvania, before moving on to the William and Mary School of Law where she received her law degree with an additional recognition for public service.

Mary Ann has previously done work for the New York State Attorney General’s Office in the area of consumer fraud, as well as the Suffolk County Attorney’s Office. She is a member of the Womens’ Bar Association of New York, the American Association of Justice, the New York State Trial Lawyers’ Association, as well as both the Suffolk County and New York State Bar Associations.

Ms. Risavich-Birgeles will predominantly work on cases in the personal injury, nursing home abuse, and medical malpractice fields; adding even more strength to RGLZ’s already considerable talents in those practice areas.

The entire firm is excited to have her on board, and we can’t wait to see her take on the sort of serious cases that RGLZ is known for. We’re confident that she will flourish in her new role, and only reinforce RGLZ’s sterling reputation for excellence both inside and outside of the courtroom.