Our areas of practice. What can we help you with?

Personal Injury
What if I'm out of work? If you have sustained a personal injury, our Civil Litigation Division can help you recover losses.
Business Law
Our services to Businesses include assisting the client with the creation and acquisition of a business and providing legal information.
Business Litigation
An unforeseen product issue or injury liability can put you out of business. We represent businesses of all types.
Criminal Law
Being charged with a crime is a serious matter. If convicted, you could face jail or imprisonment, mandatory treatment, fines, and probation.
Dangerous Drugs & Devices
Have you, a friend, or a relative received a hip and/or knee replacement or had an adverse drug reaction? We are now investigating such cases.
Real Estate
Whether commercial or residential, real estate is one of life’s biggest investments, so you want a legal team that knows how to protect your interests.
Worker's Compensation
It’s especially important to have an attorney who will stand up for you when you can’t. Contact us to learn more about our worker's compensation services.
Insurance Defense
Our Insurance Defense lawyers are experienced in all major areas of tort and coverage defense litigation.
Product Liability
Manufacturers of consumer products are responsible for making products that are safe for consumer use.

From Our Blog

THE DISADVANTAGES OF LEASING SOLAR PANELS

THE DISADVANTAGES OF LEASING SOLAR PANELS

June 13th, 2016

By: Attorney Patricia E. Alexandre| Associate If you are considering signing a lease agreement for the installation of solar panels from a solar company, BEWARE of the financial risks attached when it comes to selling or borrowing against your home once you sign the agreement. Consumers who [...]

Lien Creditors Ability to Oppose or Object to a Debtor’s Motion to Avoid Judicial Lien Despite Not Previously Objecting to a Debtor’s Claim Exemption

Lien Creditors Ability to Oppose or Object to a Debtor’s Motion to Avoid Judicial Lien Despite Not Previously Objecting to a Debtor’s Claim Exemption

May 31st, 2016

By: Attorney Raymond C. Pelote | Partner When debtors file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions, many lien creditors don’t pay attention to the filing, despite receiving notice, until such time as the creditor’s liens are in jeopardy. Debtors, in filing their bankruptcy petitions, designate[...]

Massachusetts and Rhode Island Dog Bite Laws & Owner Liability

Massachusetts and Rhode Island Dog Bite Laws & Owner Liability

May 2nd, 2016

By: Attorney Kate A. Messinger | Associate Each year, more than 4.5 million people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs. More than 800,000 receive medical attention for dog bites; at least half of them are children, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association. In states like Massachusetts [...]