We represent individuals who have suffered injuries due to the negligence of others, and families of those who have been killed due to a party’s wrongful conduct. We will investigate your claim, gather and analyze medical information, talk to witnesses, and file your claim in the appropriate court. An attempt will be made to amicably resolve the case with the insurance company or the wrongdoer for a reasonable and appropriate amount. If that cannot be done, we will make sure the case is prepared for trial and will try it.

We handle cases in the following areas:

Auto Accidents  |  Construction Site Accidents |  Medical and Professional Malpractice |  Wrongful Death |  Products Liability |  Premises Liability/Slip and Falls |  Nursing Home Negligence |  Trucking Accidents |  Workplace Injuries and Workers Compensation |  Dram Shop and Alcohol Related Injuries |  Vaccine Litigation


We represent individuals who have been the victims of discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace, or have not been paid the wages they are owed.

It is unlawful for an employer to discriminate against a person because of race, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, handicap, or ancestry. An employer may not discriminate in any aspect of employment – recruiting, hiring, training, promotion, benefits, wages or other compensation, discipline or discharge.

These protections apply to both employees and job applicants.

By law an employee may not be sexually harassed on the job. Sexual harassment basically refers to sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other words or conduct of a sexual nature. Hostile work environments are prohibited and sexual harassment creates such a workplace. Sexual harassment is forbidden regardless of whether it is between people of the opposite sex or people of the same sex.

It is also unlawful for an employer to fail to pay wages, commissions, and overtime. In some situations, triple damages can be awarded for the failure to pay wages for time worked.

In Massachusetts there are very short time periods (statutes of limitation) for bringing a claim for discrimination, harassment, or unpaid wages.

If you feel you have been a victim of any of the above improper employment practices in your job, contact us as soon as possible so your rights are preserved.


We are able to assist you with all of your estate planning needs in the following areas: Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills and Health Care Directives, Estate and Trust Administration, Guardianships and Conservatorships, and Probate Litigation.


Securities dealers/brokers are required to invest your money in a reasonable manner and to follow your instructions with respect to the level of risk you wish to assume. The trades they make must be authorized and you must be provided with notice of everything that is being done with your investment.

If you feel your broker has not invested your money wisely or has engaged in improper practices, such as unauthorized trading, unsuitable trading, or misrepresentation, you may have a claim.