Diller Law P.C.
Dr. John occupies a special niche that few practicing attorneys possess—being both a doctor and a lawyer. The ability to quickly and competently navigate both the medical and legal sides of a case provides an advantage that few firms can offer.
In particular, Dr. John’s journey in becoming a lawyer at Diller Law reveals the core values clients seek for their legal representation. Growing up, Dr. John was strongly influenced by his mother and father, both physicians who emigrated from the Philippines. The idea of helping those who have been injured became a passion that led to the pursuit of medicine and ultimately becoming a physician.
After obtaining his medical degree at Georgetown University and completing an orthopedic residency at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. John served as an officer and orthopedic surgeon in the United States Air Force. He received his honorable discharge in 2001. He later developed an active practice that included treating patients who sustained orthopedic trauma, degenerative conditions, occupational impairments, and sports-related injuries. Dr. John established himself as an expert through multiple publications related to orthopedic injuries and musculoskeletal conditions.
Dr. John then chose to pursue the practice of law. He obtained his law degree at Northeastern University, where he excelled and won multiple law school competitions. He then joined the Diller Law firm as an extension of his passion to help those who have become injured.
Throughout his time at Diller Law, Dr. John has distinguished himself as a passionate advocate for those who have been injured. Both lawyers and medical providers consult Dr. John. Safety and justice in this realm require an intimate understanding not only of the legal rules that are part of our community, but also an appreciation for the effects, seen and unseen, which victims encounter from unsafe practices. Dr. John is uniquely positioned to meet these needs.
Dr. John has experience in the diagnosis and treatment (including surgery) for neck pain, back pain, herniated discs, and compression fractures of the spine.