Attorney & Partner
Nationally regarded for his legal expertise and innovation, attorney Marc Lamber formed the Personal Injury division at Fennemore Craig and has guided its growth into the impressive Lamber Goodnow injury law team.
A rare legal talent, Marc began his career on the opposite side of the aisle as a defense attorney. That experience not only provides Marc insight into evaluating cases, law and strategy, it also makes him unique among his peers. The results in negotiations, arbitrations, mediations and even trials benefit from Marc’s background, as well as his stellar reputation among his peers in the industry. He’s recovered tens of millions of dollars for his clients through verdict, settlement and arbitration or mediation.
As a result, Marc has received the designation of “AV Preeminent” by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest peer-review rating an attorney can receive. That distinction comes after decades of work innovating and getting results.
With his team, Marc approaches cases in a different manner. Rather than processing all cases the same, Marc’s team looks at them individually, find out their clients’ stories, and investigates their issues completely. From this, they determine a unique strategy. Marc and his team frequently use technology as a mechanism for representing their clients. Multimedia presentations and arguments are common for Lamber-Goodnow cases — the thinking behind it is quite simple: How better to explain someone’s injuries, pain, or loss than to see it? Often, Lamber-Goodnow case materials will include audio, video, text, animated reconstruction, and more. Marc’s team works differently, because Mark’s team thinks differently.
And it’s been noticed by not only the legal community, but also the technology world. Apple featured Marc and his legal partner James Goodnow in a commercial, the first attorneys profiled by the tech innovator. Together, Marc and James use iPads and technologies such as Google Glass to help their clients communicate, document and understand the progress of their cases.
Marc might also be a familiar face, as multiple media outlets have turned to him for analysis on legal issues and other areas facing the public. He’s been interviewed on the Today Show, CBS, NBC News, CNN, Good Morning America, MSNBC and Fox News, in addition to being featured in publications such as Newsweek, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal.
Away from his work with clients, Marc is a vocal advocate for initiatives that will stop accidents caused by text messages. From community awareness to updated technologies and civil statutes, Marc is a leader in the movement to make our roads safe from texting tragedies.
All of this is why Marc Lamber and James Goodnow were named the “#1 personal injury team in the U.S.” by Attorney at Law magazine.