Marnix E. Weber

Associate

Marnix E. Weber is an Associate attorney with over 5 years of experience in personal injury litigation (including worker’s compensation, third-party liability, premises liability, construction liability, and auto liability), Social Security Disability law as well as insurance defense and railroad defense.

He has represented his clients in a wide variety of personal injury litigation. Marnix has significant experience with the negotiation and settlement of injury disputes with insurance companies. In the worker’s compensation arena he has personally negotiated and obtained settlements totaling over $1,000,000.00. He understands the need to have someone by your side when fighting to obtain the compensation that you deserve. He believes in providing the best possible legal services to your case, big or small.

Marnix began his legal career working for a boutique immigration firm in Washington D.C. specializing in obtaining visas for immigrants seeking to work in the United States based on their extraordinary abilities. While in law school, Marnix began working as a law clerk at FWY , supporting the firms work in railroad defense.

Marnix has also worked as an immigration attorney at Ramineni Law (Woburn, MA) prior to returning to work at FWY to focus on personal injury litigation. He received his B.A. from George Mason (Fairfax, VA) and his law degree from New England Law Boston (Boston, MA).

Originally born in Rome, Italy, Marnix has lived in England, the Netherlands, also spending time growing up in Illinois, Connecticut and Virginia. He currently resides with his wife in Newton, MA.

Practice Areas

  • Worker’s Compensation
  • Third-party liability
  • Social Security Disability Law
  • Railroad defense
  • Premises liability
  • Personal Injury Defense
  • Insurance defense
  • Construction liability
  • Auto liability

 

Education

  • New England Law|Boston, J.D
  • George Mason University, B.A.

Admissions

  • Massachusetts, 2015
  • U.S.D.C., District of Massachusetts, 2018
  • 1st Circ. Court of Appeals Massachusetts, 2019