Steven Maher – Award-Winning Plaintiff Personal Injury Lawyer
Steven Maher provides his clients with expert counsel with professionalism, resourcefulness and dedication. His specialty areas include plaintiff personal injury law and mass tort litigation/class actions.
Dr. Maher is affiliated with Mayo Clinic Hospital and accepts multiple insurance plans at his Phoenix office, earning excellent patient reviews.
Early Life and Education
Steve is a member of The Florida Bar, the American Board of Trial Advocates, and The International Society of Barristers. Since 2007, he has been recognized in Florida Super Lawyers every year – receiving their highest ranking by Martindale-Hubble AV rating for attorneys.
Maher’s roundtable discussions on Politically Incorrect were an instantaneous success, earning him a move to ABC television from Comedy Central in 1997. Unfortunately, Maher’s controversial statement suggesting terrorists responsible for September 11 attacks were more courageous than American soldiers fighting Afghanistan was the final straw; Federal Express and Sears Roebuck promptly pulled their advertising from this show after making this assertion.
Maher returned to television in February 2003 with Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO network, hosting and producing this talk show that has received multiple Emmy nominations.
Steven Maher is an attorney and university professor who teaches courses on law, ethics, intelligence and leadership. Additionally, he consults for private industry and government entities as co-lead counsel in class action and antitrust litigation as well as guest lecturing for various institutions like FBI’s Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar, Air War College New York State Peace Officer Training Program and Association of Inspector Generals IG Certification Program.
for over 25 years and managed large business change portfolios exceeding PS50M. He led, coached and mentored business leaders and people through change processes at UMass Memorial HealthAlliance- Clinton Hospital Leominster Campus as well as being the father of two children.
Achievement and Honors
Steven Maher is an award-winning attorney and was named Orlando, Florida’s 2017 Plaintiff Personal Injury “Lawyer of the Year.” Additionally, he is a Fellow of American Board of Trial Advocates and member of The International Society of Barristers–both invitation-only legal organizations that recognize lawyers with outstanding advocacy skills for trials and oral arguments.
Maher has established strong ties throughout the health care community and participated in multiple fundraising efforts, serving as executive director for both Hackensack Meridian Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation and Hackensack Meridian Old Bridge Medical Center Foundation respectively. Furthermore, he serves as adjunct professor at Bergen County College as well as co-founding Night Routine – a Denver-based funk-pop-soul band which has performed all over Colorado and Midwest regions.
Steven Maher is a talented musician and songwriter, known for playing piano in Night Routine – an ensemble incorporating elements of funk, pop, soul into their musical repertoire – which has performed throughout Colorado and the midwest region.
He has experience representing clients in complex business litigation, such as class action lawsuits. For instance, he served as co-lead counsel in an antitrust price fixing suit against the chocolate industry and as part of the Plaintiffs Steering Committee in multidistrict litigation related to Yaz and Yasmin birth control drugs.
His expertise in personal injury, mass tort litigation and class actions has provided invaluable assistance to countless injured parties. Furthermore, he has served as a speaker or instructor on numerous topics; additionally he is a member of the Oregon State Bar Association.
Maher has amassed significant wealth through his television and film projects, standup special releases that garnered awards, nominations and success, as well as television specials that brought in audiences.
He currently sits on the advisory board for Project Reason, an organization dedicated to science and secular values. Additionally, he’s an activist for animal rights and supports PETA; rarely eating meat himself and frequently making donations generously to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.
He has amassed an estimated net worth of $3 Million dollars and owns 75,992 shares of Acushnet Holdings Corp stock worth more than this figure. Additionally, he has made insider trades in this company in the past and can be seen listed here in our Insider Trades Database.