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Renowned Neurosurgeon and Accomplished Litigators Form Pennsylvania Super Firm

Renowned Neurosurgeon and Accomplished Litigators Form Pennsylvania Super Firm

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – J. Clancy Bounds, James G. Lowe, MD, JD, and J. Brent Smith announce the formation of Bounds Lowe Law, LLC. With primary offices in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the three attorneys are focusing on the full range of medical negligence cases, with special expertise in brain and spine-related malpractice.

Bounds Lowe Law is a new firm unlike any other in Pennsylvania. The firm employs the unique team concept where each client is co-represented by a Board Certified neurosurgeon attorney and a highly experienced medical malpractice litigator, providing every client the best possible representation. The three partners represent more than 80 years of combined medical and legal experience, giving those seeking justice for medical malpractice a team of supremely qualified advocates.

James G. Lowe, MD JD is a graduate of Harvard University (biology, cum laude, 1985), Temple University Medical School (MD, 1989), and the Mitchell Hamline School of Law (JD, summa cum laude, 2020). Dr. Lowe completed a Neurosurgical Residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and an Orthopedic Spinal Surgery Fellowship, also at Jefferson, in 1995. He achieved permanent board certification by the American Board of Neurological Surgery in 1998. Dr. Lowe has served as Chief of Neurosurgery, Chief of the Spinal Trauma program, Chief of Spinal Surgery, and Medical Director of the Spine Institute at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center in Atlantic City and Galloway Township, NJ.

Dr. Lowe continues to lecture frequently on medical-legal topics related to neurosurgery and spine surgery. After completing law school in 2020, Dr. Lowe became a member of the Pennsylvania Bar in April 2021. Due to a visual disability, Dr. Lowe left the practice of medicine in December of 2021. In 2023, he opened his first law practice, James Lowe, MD Law, LLC, where he continues to work as co-counsel with attorneys across the country on complex medical negligence cases. Dr. Lowe has now partnered with experienced litigators J. Clancey Bounds and J. Brent Smith at the new Philadelphia firm Bounds Lowe Law, bringing his nearly thirty years of medical experience to the advocacy of injured plaintiffs.

J. Clancey Bounds, the founder of Bounds Law Group in Orlando, Florida, has been a practicing trial lawyer since 1993. He has litigated cases in multiple states, including Florida, California, Arizona, New Jersey, North Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana and Kentucky. He is licensed to practice law in five states, and has been admitted to practice in multiple federal jurisdictions. Specializing in medical malpractice, Mr. Bounds has obtained many multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients, including his first million-dollar verdict at the age of 30. He is a frequent lecturer to legal associations and recognized as a Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyer – Top 25 by the Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyers Association.

Prior to founding Bounds Law Group, Mr. Bounds was a partner with a statewide medical malpractice defense firm and exclusively represented physicians and hospitals. After changing the focus of his practice to the injured and their families, Mr. Bounds joined the national firm of Maher, Guiley and Maher, where he was responsible for running the medical malpractice litigation department.

J. Brent Smith has been a practicing trial lawyer since 2005. Throughout his career, he has litigated cases in multiple states as well as worked on the Science and Expert Committee for the Multidistrict Litigation involving the birth control drugs Yaz, Yasmin and Ocella. He is licensed to practice law in four states and has been admitted to practice in multiple federal jurisdictions. His experience spans from medical malpractice and nursing home abuse, to products liability and intellectual property.

Mr. Smith has obtained many multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients, including his first million-dollar verdict at age 26, where he assisted Clancey Bounds, the founder of Bounds Law Group. He was also named in Verdict Search’s Top 100 Verdicts of 2006 for a case involving a $25,000,000 patent infringement jury verdict. Prior to joining Bounds Law Group, Mr. Smith spent seven years with the nationally renowned Maher Law Firm (formerly known as Maher, Guiley and Maher), devoting the majority of his practice to personal injury, wrongful death, class action litigation, complex commercial litigation, and products liability.

Bounds Lowe Law has put together the perfect team for the most serious of medical negligence cases. No single firm, in Philadelphia or beyond, can offer plaintiffs what Bounds Lowe Law can: A neurosurgeon-attorney teamed up with experienced litigators with decades of demonstrated successes and a proven track record of attaining maximum compensation for their clients.

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To learn more about Bounds Lowe Law, go to: www.boundslowelaw.com

For additional firm information, contact: Diane Ferlaino diane@boundslowelaw.com

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Bounds Lowe Law is a new firm unlike any other in Pennsylvania. The firm employs the unique team concept where each client is co-represented by a Board Certified neurosurgeon attorney and a highly experienced medical malpractice litigator, providing every client the best possible representation. Partners J. Clancy Bounds, James G. Lowe, MD, JD, and J. Brent Smith represent more than 80 years of combined medical and legal experience, giving those seeking justice for medical malpractice a team of supremely qualified advocates.

Bounds Lowe Law, with primary offices in downtown Philadelphia, focuses on the full range of medical negligence cases, with special expertise in brain and spine-related malpractice.

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