The biggest complaint that people have about their lawyers is that they are unresponsive and hard to get in touch with. We make a point to be easily accessible.
When you come to us, we understand that your situation is different from the last person’s and we treat it that way. We build your case from the ground up to fit your goals.
We take pride in the connections we have made within our community. No matter what your need is, we have a local resource on hand to make it happen.
David Downs began his career defending multi-billion dollar corporations and their insurers. The time he spent doing it gave him insight into the insurance game that not all lawyers have. He has handled countless personal injury cases in over 25 years of practicing law.
Jamie McDonough was born and raised in Boston. Although he initially pursued a career in soccer, his ability to inspire and motivate his teammates lead him down the path of law where he first worked for the insurance companies but then switched sides to defend and serve regular people in personal injury cases.
Chris Cowan comes from a family of lawyers that has always represented the little guy. He has litigated against Fortune 500 companies and some of the largest international corporations in the world, representing clients for death, paralysis and brain injuries.
Meg also comes from a long line of lawyers. She spent her whole childhood watching her family use the law to help people in need and knew from an early age that it was her calling in life, too. She knows from personal experience how insurance companies work and uses that to her clients' benefit in court.
We focus on personal injury because people who are hurt need strong advocates. We do our job well because that's just who we are.
When you need a lawyer, you want one who knows the area and its community because the rules aren’t the same everywhere.
Our team works together on cases because each of our lawyers has unique perspectives and experiences to put to work for you.
Client falsely accused of inappropriately touching his adoptive son, a special needs child with mental health issues and cognitive delays. Jury returned a not guilty verdict following five days of testimony during which the defense challenged a biased and flawed investigation, and suggestive interview tactics by State child forensic interviewers.
Two high school buddies about to leave for college were heading back from a day of fishing when another car failed to stop at an intersection. One of the boys was catastrophically injured destroying his college plans. A full reconstruction as well as complete vehicle crash tests were commissioned to demonstrate the cause of injuries. Shortly before trial, a confidential settlement was obtained.
Surgical plates and screws were necessary for a boy's injured arm when his jacket sleeve got caught in a spinning ride component. A favorable settlement was reached covering his medical expenses and past and future pain limitations.
A group of laborers called for help regarding underpayment of their hourly wages. When their employer refused to correct underpayments to avoid litigation, the filing of a lawsuit forced the employer to compensate their workers their owed wages.