As a recently admitted member of the bar, she brings fresh insight to the SUGARMAN team.
Rosa M. Guambana graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 2016 after earning her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and History from Syracuse University in 2012. During law school, Rosa received the Dean’s List Award three consecutive years while working full time as a paralegal at SUGARMAN. At Suffolk, she was awarded the LPS Honorable Mention Oral Advocate and Brief Award and was a note editor of Suffolk University Law School’s Journal of High Technology of Law.
Prior to SUGARMAN, Rosa gained valuable experience working in the Appeals and Training Bureau for the Middlesex District Attorney’s office and, utilizing her fluency in Spanish, provided support to an immigration law firm.
Currently, Rosa is part of the SUGARMAN team investigating claims involving defective 3M Dual-Ended Combat Earplugs used by the military. To learn more, please click here.
Settlement in personal injury case for 39-year-old construction laborer, who fell 15 feet to the ground in Norwell, Massachusetts while working on the roof of the defendant general contractor’s property. The construction worker sustained bilateral wrist fractures requiring multiple surgeries and facial lacerations.
Settlement in personal injury case for a 69-year-old driver who suffered spinal fractures in a motor vehicle and truck collision in Lunenburg, resulting in a complex surgery with hardware implantation.
Settlement for two separate patients of the same doctor who negligently performed elective breast procedures resulting in permanent disfigurement to both women.
SUGARMAN lawyers know that the damage done to lives by injury can be profound, yet often difficult to quantify or describe. And those effects last a lifetime. Our personal injury lawyers have the experience and resources to make a powerful case by developing the evidence and using expert consultation and testimony in order to prove your claim at trial. Just as important, we represent the injured and their families with special regard for the social, mental and emotional issues they face.