Edward L. Norwind

Edward L. Norwind

Lee Norwind recently was selected as a Washington, D.C. "Super Lawyer" for 2008, to go along with his listing as a Maryland "Super Lawyer" for 2008, a listing of the top 5% of lawyers in the state. He is a long-standing member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and is honored to be included in the "LawDragon 3000" list of the nation's most influential lawyers. LawDragon names only 3,000 lawyers nationally to this prestigious list, representing less than 1% of the attorneys across the country.

Lee is a former president of the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C. and a recipient of the Trial Lawyer of the Year Award. He has served on the Board of Governors of the American Association of Justice (AAJ) as Governor from the District of Columbia.

Lee has earned a reputation as a tenacious and well-prepared advocate for his clients in all kinds of personal injury and wrongful death cases, who are often coping with major life-changing circumstances, as demonstrated by the numerous times he has won generous recoveries for persons and families dealing with catastrophic injuries and losses.

Lee has distinguished himself with many years of meticulous and successful representation of brain injured and paralyzed victims, whether resulting from truck and vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, product failures, or other negligence. Advocacy for victims of truck accidents has been of special interest to Lee. He has, in addition, handled brain injury cases of all types, having lectured on the topic of brain injury to lawyers and having worked with some of the leading physicians and psychologists in the country to achieve compensation to meet his clients' critical life needs and significantly improve his clients' futures. Truck and car accidents can result in devastating physical, psychological, and economic losses to victims and their families, and Lee knows this all too well based upon his work in this field.

Lee enjoys working to achieve justice for victims of serious injury or wrongful death caused by the federal government by litigating cases under the Federal Tort Claims Act. And when long-term disability insurance companies wrongly deny or terminate payments to disabled individuals, who often have paid insurance premiums for many years to secure income protection against disabling conditions, Lee's knowledge of medicine and litigation experience gained from countless cases is a distinct advantage in representing long-term disability insurance policyholders. Lee and his law firm have the resources and skill to level the playing field in long-term disability insurance cases.

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