Areas of Practice
Personal Injury Law
I represent plaintiffs—the people who are harmed. And I’ve been doing it with good results ever since I got into the field of personal injury.
Some of the cases I’ve worked on include: Construction workers who got hurt on the job when their employers failed to abide by standard safety practices, causing them to fall through a floor, crashing down to the basement. A woman who was hit by a bicyclist while she was walking through a crosswalk, causing her to suffer traumatic brain injury when her head struck the pavement. A mother of three whose brain cancer was misdiagnosed by her primary care physician. The awards in these cases range from $200,000 to $2.6 million.
I was blessed to have had the opportunity to work with some of the best in attorneys in Massachusetts. I learned that the mentality of a strong trial attorney should be that we aren’t afraid of going to trial. This mindset not only leads to higher jury awards, but also higher settlement awards because the opponents can tell that a strong trial attorney isn’t bluffing during negotiations.
Efficiency—that’s what you get when you choose my firm. Starting a lawsuit is a big undertaking for people and their attorneys. It demands attention and determination. Nevertheless, I believe that attorneys should help their clients get through the litigation process as efficiently as possible. There’s a lot of wasted time in many law firms. My office doesn’t waste time. I work hard to help my clients get back to their normal lives as soon as possible, with as high an award as possible.
For personal injury cases, I work on a contingency basis—if you don’t collect the compensation that you’re owed, then you don’t pay. If you have an issue you’d like to discuss, contact me today.
Criminal Defense Law
I believe that one of the reasons why America is a great country is because of the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.
I also believe that there is an incarceration problem in America, and that too many people are being imprisoned.
Having worked for both prosecutors and defense attorneys, I know how the system works. Today, I represent criminal defendants in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
I’m not your judge. I’m just an attorney. And it’s my job to represent my clients to the best of my ability, regardless of race, gender, or religion.
If you’ve been accused of a crime, call me today. Consultations are free. Once retained, payment varies on a case-by-case basis.