PIONEERS IN PERSONAL INJURY LITIGATION

Steven J. Rodman

Steven2.pngSteven J. Rodman is President of Rodman, Rodman & Sandman, P.C., and has been one of the firm's personal injury attorneys for over 30 years, serving clients from in and around Boston and Malden. Upon graduating with honors from the University of Rochester in 1982 and earning a J.D. degree from Boston University School of Law in 1985, he entered the practice and played a significant role in helping the firm achieve national recognition in the areas of asbestos litigation, tobacco litigation, and toxic torts.

Mr. Rodman has extensive experience in all aspects of personal injury law and has successfully litigated and resolved thousands of claims on behalf of plaintiffs involving wrongful death, asbestos exposure, automobile accidentsconstruction accidents, workers’ compensation, product defects, brain and spinal cord injuries, and children’s injuries. Mr. Rodman is a strong negotiator and advocate whose creative and persuasive style has produced many millions of dollars in settlements and judgments for his clients. 

Recently, Mr. Rodman represented the widow of a worker who suffered a traumatic brain injury on the job. In this case, he obtained one of the largest judicial orders in Massachusetts history for specific permanent losses under the Workers’ Compensation Act. He has also obtained substantial recoveries for victims of structural collapses and defective machinery. In these cases, and others, Mr. Rodman utilized inventive settlement strategies, including structured payments providing lifetime annuities for his clients.

Mr. Rodman is an active member of the American Association for Justice, the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys.  He lives in Newton, Massachusetts with his wife, Sarine, who is an artist, and their three children.  Mr. Rodman enjoys basketball, ice hockey and woodworking.