Few attorneys possess the unique set of skills Maria Wormington employs to bring resolution to her clients, so they can obtain peace and closure after an injury or loss of a loved one.
Maria worked as a Nurse (BSN) for eight years before completing law school in 1999. As an attorney she continues to advocate for patients and their families. She understands the medical field and can empathize with the pain and stress negligent acts inflict. She has comforted patients and families through the stress and pain of a medical situation as a nurse and continues to do so as an attorney.
Maria’s nursing experience provides the knowledge necessary to ask penetrating questions to health care providers and the medical experts retained by their insurance companies to ensure the truth is told. Her background as a nurse supplies the understanding necessary to interpret medical records and apprehend the present and future medical costs her clients face.
Before founding Wormington & Bollinger, Maria worked for an insurance defense law firm. She saw firsthand, how vital experienced representation uncovers the truth of what really happened and how to position a case in the best light possible to recover compensation for her clients. This observation prompted her to start her own law firm dedicated to providing superior legal services to victims and their families.
Maria has distinguished herself among her peers in the legal field for the personal care and dedication to her clients as well as her tenacious professionalism as she advocates for justice. These characteristics prompted her to complete Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyer’s College and has earned her the right to be inducted into the Million Dollar Advocate Forum, a privilege that fewer than 1% of US attorneys have achieved. These characteristics have also been noticed and recognized by Avvo.com, an independent attorney rating organization, who recently recognized her as a “top attorney” and awarded her a superb rating. As well as the National Top 100 Trial Lawyers who inducted her in 2014.