Robert Mazow and Kevin McCullough first met 17 years ago when they were on opposite sides of the same trial. Who would have imagined they would join forces two years later to establish one of the North Shore’s most successful personal injury law firms. This year marks fifteen years that the law firm of Mazow | McCullough, PC has been providing outstanding legal representation to clients throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
To celebrate its success, the firm held the first-ever private event in Derby Square in Salem, Massachusetts on June 6. Guests had full access to the beauty of Old Town Hall as well as the charm of the patio in Derby Square, during an evening filled with food, music, and festivity.
Tables were set up inside and out with beautiful flower arrangements from Ward’s Florist to accentuate the aesthetic. Mary Ferreira and her staff at Ferreira Foods dazzled guests with a wonderful assortment of passed hors d’oeuvres, fruit platters and cheese boards, rounded off with a delightful selection of desserts. Partygoers also enjoyed top shelf service provided by North Shore Bartendering Service.
The evening was energized with live music provided by The John Jerome Band, who charmed with the gritty vocals of Eric Church and the congeniality of Blake Shelton. Guests enjoyed classic hits from beginning to end as well as a heartfelt thank you toast from Robert Mazow and Kevin McCullough.
Family, friends and clients spent a memorable evening celebrating the firm’s anniversary and looking forward to another 15 years of Mazow | McCullough’s commitment to helping injured persons achieve fair and just compensation for the injuries they have sustained and the hardship caused by those injuries.
Salem Public Schools, in partnership with Massachusetts’ Safe Routes to School, held a bike rodeo on October 27 at the Bates Elementary School for the 2nd grade students. The bike rodeo provided training about the rules of the road, hand signals and overall safety tips, along with emphasizing the importance of wearing a bike helmet at all times when riding.
Each child attending the bike rodeo received a new helmet, which was generously donated by Mazow McCullough, PC, a personal injury law firm located at Derby Square in Salem. Rob Mazow and Kevin McCullough, partners and co-founders of the law firm, were on hand to help each child choose a preferred color and fit their helmet. Rob and Kevin also reminded everyone that in Massachusetts, the use of helmets is required by those 16 and under, and is also recommended for all other users.
In attendance at the bike rodeo were Mayor Kim Driscoll, Superintendent of Schools Margarita Ruiz, Bates Elementary School Principal Tom Milaschewski, Salem Public Schools Communications Chief Kelley Rice, and other school staff who helped the students navigate the various training stations. The students had a great time strutting their new helmets and learning the rules of the road. Additional bike rodeos will be held in November for 2nd graders attending the Bentley, Horace Mann and Saltonstall Elementary Schools. Each child attending the bike rodeo and safety training will receive a free helmet courtesy of Mazow | McCullough, PC.
Safe Routes to School works with schools, communities, students, and families to increase biking and walking among elementary and middle school students in the Commonwealth. It promotes a collaborative, community-focused approach that fosters mutual partnerships between advocacy groups, law enforcement, education leaders, and public health departments that all work together to promote safer routes for elementary and middle school students to get to school.
On Friday, October 6, 2017, the law firm of Mazow | McCullough, PC supplied 1000 safety flasher lights to local children attending the annual Trick-or-Treat event, “Mayor’s Night Out.” Kevin McCullough, a partner and co-founder of the firm, represented the law firm this year.
Mayor’s Night Out and Trick or Treating has become a great tradition for Salem residents. Each year local businesses gather at the event to say thank you to the residents and provide an opportunity for families to gather together and visit participating museums and attractions, where children can pick up candy and enjoy safe Trick-or-Treating.
The firm donated safety flasher lights again this year to keep all the little trick or treaters safe and seen, which is especially important for use during neighborhood trick or treating on the 31st. Safety flasher lights are one of the most effective devices to prevent potential accidents after dark. Mazow McCullough understands how important child safety is, especially during this exciting holiday.
The personal injury law firm of Mazow | McCullough, PC was one of the sponsors at the City of Salem’s Annual Night Out on August 1. National Night Out is a nationwide initiative designed to promote positive police-community relationships. The community-wide event reinforces the relationship between the residents and the police department and combined efforts to make our neighborhoods and community a safer and better place to live.
National Night Out is held on August 1 each year on The Common, and kicks off Salem’s Heritage Days, a 14-day celebration of Salem’s past and present. National Night Out is a great opportunity to join the Salem Police Department, local organizations and businesses in celebrating the community. The night is filled with free activities crafts, games, food, K-9 Demonstrations, and lots of public safety vehicles to explore.
We are proud to have been able to participate in this wonderful community event and celebrate our great city.
The Salem Park, Recreation and Community Services Department’s goal is to provide residents of all ages with fun and engaging experiences. One program that is particularly popular in the community is the youth summer basketball league. The program is offered each year to boys and girls between the ages 9 – 15. There is no charge to the children, and its success relies solely on the volunteers who coach the program and the sponsors who provide the equipment.
Attorneys Rob Mazow and Kevin McCullough of Mazow | McCullough, PC, a personal injury law firm located in Derby Square in Salem, are pleased to announce they are sponsors of this year’s program. The firm provided team shirts to the approximately 150 children participating in the program. On July 10, Mayor Kim Driscoll acknowledged Rob and Kevin’s contribution with a huge thank you from the players and their coaches.
The 2017 basketball season runs from July 10 to August 17 and playoffs will take place the week of August 21.
Boys ages 12-15 meet Monday nights
Girls ages 9-15 will meet Tuesday nights
Boys ages 9-11 will meet Thursday
Time: Games are scheduled each hour, at 6:00, 7:00 and 8:00 pm
We are proud to announce that Attorney Robert Mazow is the recipient of Avvo’s 2017 Clients’ Choice Award. The award is given each year to attorneys in each state and each field of practice that stand out from the rest. The ratings seen on Avvo are indicative of an attorney’s background, experience, and professionalism.
This recent award is a testament to the quality of service Attorney Mazow provides for his clients. It is a reflection of what he does for his clients, the case results he obtains, and the partnerships he forms. Receiving this award also means that the dedicated team of professionals at Mazow | McCullough are accomplishing their mission and meeting their goal of helping people receive the compensation and justice they deserve.
About Attorney Mazow
What sets Mr. Mazow apart is that he begins to prepare for trial the moment he meets with a new client. He becomes a partner with his clients and shares in their struggles, their pain, and their triumphs. He puts his heart and soul into every case that he handles.
In the courtroom, Mr. Mazow is known for his ability to communicate with juries to explain how his clients have been wronged. He is a skilled communicator, strong negotiator, and zealous advocate for his clients. Mr. Mazow tells his clients, “I can’t guarantee you a result. But what I can promise is that nobody will fight harder to get you the best result possible.”
Protecting Those Who Have Been Injured
At the law offices of Mazow | McCullough, our Massachusetts and New Hampshire personal injury attorneys have decades of combined legal experience advocating on behalf of clients who have been injured. We understand that a personal injury or wrongful death will have ramifications that go beyond physical and emotional health, and can often thrust entire families into lives of pain and financial ruin. That’s why it is so vital that the individuals and corporations responsible for those injuries be held accountable. The Right Lawyer Makes All the Difference℠
We would like to thank Avvo and all of the clients our firm has helped in the past for making this recognition possible.
Attorney Rob Mazow distributing safety lights to children for Halloween.
Mazow | McCullough cares about children’s Halloween safety throughout Boston and across the entire state of Massachusetts.
On Friday, October 7, 2016, the firm supplied 750 Safety Flasher Lights at the special Trick-or-Treat event, “Mayor’s Night Out.” This special event is held each year and has become a tradition for Salem residents. Families gather together and visit participating museums and attractions, where children can pick up candy and enjoy safe Trick-or-Treating.
The donated Safety Flasher Lights helped keep all the little trick or treaters safe and seen, and will be especially important for use during neighborhood trick or treating on the 31st.
Safety flasher lights are one of the most effective devices to prevent potential Trick-or-Treat accidents after dark. Mazow McCullough understands how important child safety is, especially during this exciting holiday.
“Mayor’s Night Out has become a great tradition for Salem residents,” said Mayor Driscoll. “October is a busy time for our businesses and this is their way to say thank you to our citizens, offering a day that lets our locals enjoy Halloween.” Each year between 600 and 800 children participate in the free event.
Attorney Robert Mazow, of Mazow | McCullough was featured in the National Law Review for his podcast discussing legal marketing challenges and opportunities for the upcoming year.
Robert Discusses Legal Marketing Challenges
In the article, Robert discusses how the law firm is focusing more of their advertising budget online and is moving away from print advertisement, although there are still many challenges to advertising online due to the competition.
Legal Marketing Opportunities
In the podcast, he also talks about legal marketing opportunities for attorneys and law firms, such as blogging, website updates, and targeted content. With today’s gravitational pull to online everything, attorneys who focus on SEO, paid search, and particularly social media are more likely to get ahead and bring more clients into their offices.
Broaching the Topic of Compliance Issues
Compliance in legal marketing is a challenge for many attorneys, and as Robert points out in the interview, attorneys — especially those who practice in injury law — deal with protected health information on a consistent basis. Adhering to HIPAA and privacy policies is critical as a personal injury law firm, especially when blogging about certain cases or featuring cases online on the website.
Talking About Legal Blogging
Blogging is a great way for attorneys to get their name and content out there, and as Robert suggests, it can help keep the website fresh for both search engines and potential clients. Attorneys can share their blogs on social media platforms and increase their firm’s overall online presence and visibility to clients.
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