Attorney Boris Kuperman is not just an advocate for his clients, he is a warrior. Whether he is fiercely protecting the rights of those accused of crimes or passionately seeking justice and compensation for injury victims, Boris is unrelenting in his efforts, tenacious in his approach, and absolutely committed to achieving his clients’ goals.
Boris became a lawyer because he believes that everyone should have access to the kind of skilled and dedicated representation they deserve. When he meets with a new client, he doesn’t see a file or a case. Boris sees a person who needs help during a difficult time.
He sees someone fighting for their future and their freedom against prosecutors determined to obtain a conviction. He sees a person or family reeling from the aftermath of an accident that has left them with serious injuries, mounting medical bills, lost wages, or, tragically, the loss of a loved one.
Boris understands that his clients need more than an advocate. They need an ally to stand by their side throughout their ordeal. They need an advisor who can answer their questions and provide them sound guidance with patience, clarity, and compassion. Boris prides himself on taking the time necessary to get to know his clients so he can fully understand their concerns and develop the best approach for their unique situation.
A Fighter for the Accused
Facing criminal charges is a frightening experience. Whether a person has been wrongly accused or had a momentary lapse in judgment, they are facing the full force of prosecutors who want to convict them. They know that their future is on the line, whether that means a future behind bars, hefty fines, or a criminal record and stain on their reputation that will follow them for years or decades to come.
That is why Boris is relentless in his work on behalf of individuals charged with crimes in Virginia, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C.
From the moment he is retained, Boris takes every possible step to build the strongest defense for his client. Through meticulous investigation and a thorough knowledge of both the law and how prosecutors work, Boris crafts effective defense strategies designed to obtain the best possible outcome. His primary objective is to obtain a dismissal or acquittal, but Boris is also a clear-eyed and savvy negotiator who can work with prosecutors when appropriate to reach agreements that minimize the consequences of charges.
Whether you are facing a felony or misdemeanor, you can count on Boris to fight tirelessly on your behalf.
A Champion for the Injured
Too often, the struggles of injury victims are compounded by insurance companies and defense lawyers determined to deprive those victims of the compensation they need and deserve. They may deny responsibility, make lowball settlement offers, and prey on the desperation of individuals facing the financial, practical, and emotional challenges that follow in the wake of an accident or injury.
Boris Kuperman won’t stand for that. He is a champion for injury victims and their families, standing up and pushing back against those who stand in the way of justice and compensation for his clients.
Combining zealous advocacy and a tireless work ethic, Boris leaves no stone unturned on behalf of his injury clients. Insurance companies know they are in for a fierce fight when he appears in a case, as Boris is always prepared to take a case to trial. That readiness not only positions his clients for a positive outcome in the courtroom, it also gives them an advantage at the negotiating table.
A graduate of George Mason University, Boris earned his law degree from The George Washington University Law School. He is a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and the Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Boris is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, Virginia, and New Jersey.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|2020 TOP ATTORNEY AWARD WINNERS||https://www.attorney.com/accident-and-injury-va/fairfax/fairfax?id=201||2020|
|2019 TOP ATTORNEY AWARD WINNERS||https://www.attorney.com/accident-and-injury-va/fairfax/fairfax?id=201||2019|
|Attorney at Law||Gore & Kuperman PLLC||2016 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Maryland State Bar Association||Member||2020 - Present|
|Maryland Association of Justice||Member||2017 - Present|
|American Association For Justice||Member||2017 - Present|
|New Jersey State Bar Association||Member||2016 - Present|
|Fairfax Bar Association||Member||2012 - Present|
|Virginia State Bar||N/A||N/A|
|Virginia Trial Lawyers Association||N/A||N/A|
|District of Columbia Bar||N/A||N/A|
|District of Columbia Trial Lawyers Association||N/A||N/A|
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|George Washington University National Law Center||JD - Juris Doctor||2014|
|George Mason University||BS - Bachelor of Science||2010|
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