Christina Shuman began practicing law at Shuman & Ross, P.C. after graduating cum laude from Suffolk Law School in 1984. Since that time, Christina’s practice concentrates primarily in the litigation of medical malpractice and other serious personal injury and wrongful death claims.
Ms. Shuman has achieved numerous multi-million dollar settlements in all areas of personal injury litigation, including those injured or killed as a result of medical negligence, in automobile accidents, and as a result of defective products or premises, and sexual abuse.
“It is incredibly rewarding and gratifying to help someone who has been wrongfully injured and does not know where to turn. I enjoy getting to know each of my clients and establishing a personal relationship. From our first contact through the time of my successfully resolving their claim, I strive to make my clients comfortable and know that I will capably advocate on their behalf.”
“From our first contact through the time of my successfully resolving their claim, I strive to make my clients comfortable and know that I will capably advocate on their behalf.”
– Christina Shuman
Ms. Shuman is a member of the International Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi and has been admitted to practice law in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and the Federal District Court of Massachusetts.
Outside of the office environment, Christina spends her much of her time engaged with her husband, children and their many activities, as well as remaining active in the community. She coached youth soccer for many years; served as a board member of her town’s soccer association; is past president of the Parent Association for a local Montessori School and is presently involved with an organization that provides support and services for individuals affected by substance abuse.
Main Practice Areas
Helping families across the United States to get the justice and compensation they are due.