February 12, 2019 | pflannery Share: By: Patricia M. Flannery, Esq. Thornton Law Firm is pleased to welcome our newest associate, Madeline Korber. Madeline will represent mesothelioma and asbestos exposure victims, children born with birth defects from parental chemical exposures, and employees with worker’s compensation claims. She is admitted to the Massachusetts and Connecticut bars. A Glastonbury, Connecticut native, Madeline is a graduate of the University of Rochester (NY). Her major was in public health with a minor in ethics. She was a varsity basketball player for four years, making three NCAA tournament appearances and one Division 3 Final Four. She returned to Connecticut to attend the University of Connecticut School of Law in Hartford, graduating with her J.D. in 2016. Madeline has always had an interest in health law. While in law school, she interned for private, state and federal agencies in the public health field. As an undergraduate, she had an internship in London at a residential psychiatric school and was a research assistant for a study on parenting. Before going to law school, she was a research assistant for an obesity prevention program at Harvard Pilgrim and the patient assistant at a chiropractic office. Madeline comes to us from a position with the Center for Medicare Advocacy in Mansfield, CT, where she represented clients in Medicare proceedings. She also engaged in outreach and advocacy for people who might be Medicare eligible. We are delighted to welcome Madeline Korber to Thornton Law Firm as part of our growing team dedicated to meeting our clients’ needs. Please give us a call at 888-491-9726 if we can assist you with your legal problem.