Aggressive Personal Injury and Criminal Defense Lawyer
For more than 20 years I have fought to protect the interests of individuals with serious injuries and those charged with crimes in Massachusetts. Whether you are going up against the government or against a large insurance company, I will stand up for you in court.
If you need a skilled trial advocate for your criminal defense or a personal injury attorney who won't back down, call me at (781) 325-4805 or contact my Boston law firm by e-mail.
A Highly Regarded and Experienced Lawyer
- Personal injury
- Medical malpractice cases
- Civil lawsuits
- Insurance and commercial disputes
- Employee civil rights
- State and federal criminal defense
- Student criminal defense
If Your Freedom or Financial Future is Threatened, I Will Fight for You.
I have won many big cases. I have a proven record of not-guilty verdicts in tough criminal cases, including three murder cases won based on insanity defenses. I won a $7.2 million judgment for a cheated real estate investor and a $3 million judgment against a Framingham doctor for misdiagnosis of a bowel obstruction. I have earned not-guilty verdicts, case dismissals and big jury awards and settlements for my clients.
Aggressive With Them - Compassionate With You
Many of my clients are facing the most important and vulnerable situation of their lives. They include people seriously injured by medical malpractice or car crashes, and families who have lost loved ones in fatal accidents. They include criminal defendants threatened with prison for violent crimes, drug crimes and white-collar crimes.
I will fight aggressively for your rights, your money and your freedom. I have had many clients tell me that it was the fact that I cared so much that helped them through difficult times.
Contact Me for an Initial Consultation
For an initial consultation, contact me online, call me at (781) 325-4805 in greater Boston. In personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death cases, I require no legal fee unless I am successful in your case.