Laura Ginett concentrates her practice on the defense of hospitals and long-term care facilities. She has significant experience with cases involving assault and psychiatric issues, including involuntary commitment and suicide. She has dealt with high exposure cases that have involved media management.
Laura values personal relationships with her clients, co-defense counsel, opposing counsel and those who comprise her team at HPS. She believes if people bring their best selves to the process that the fair resolution of claims becomes a simpler task. Where other counsel are receptive, she believes in alternate dispute resolution. This is not always possible, however, and Laura has taken many cases to verdict. Laura makes herself available to everyone in the process and treats the counseling aspect of her practice with respect. Litigation has the potential to breed anxiety and she works to minimize that for her clients through preparation and communication.
As a member of the catastrophic trial team Laura J. Ginett is available to practice in all of our offices and across the country, on a case by case basis.
Boston University School of Law, J.D., cum laude
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, B.A. Political Science, Philosophy (1983)
Society of Trial Lawyers
American Board of Trial Advocates, Associate Member