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  1. Personal Injury: 50%
  2. Workers Compensation: 30%
  3. Medical Malpractice: 20%

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O'Donnell Law Firm

327 Gorham Street
3rd Floor
Lowell, MA, 01852

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
MAActive198101/24/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award nameGrantorDate granted
ListedN/A2008
ListedWho's Who in American Law -Marquis2008
ListedWho's Who in American Law -Marquis2007
ListedN/A2007
Super LawyerBoston Magazine2007
ListedWho's Who in American Law -Marquis2006
ListedN/A2006
Super LawyerBoston Magazine2006
ListedWho's Who in American Law -Marquis2005
Super LawyerBoston Magazine2005
Super LawyerBoston Magazine2004
one of the twelve most influential lawyers in MassachusettsNational Law Journal2000
one of leading woman lawyers in the stateEssex County Bar Association1997
one of the twenty-five most influential lawyers inMassachusetts Lawyers Weekly1997
Service AwardAmerican Trial Lawyers Association1997
Service AwardAmerican Trial Lawyers Association1996
one of the top ten lawyers of the yearMassachusetts Lawyers Weekly1995
Distinguished Service AwardMassachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys1994
Lawyer of the Year AwardGreater Lowell Bar Association1992
AV RatedMartindale-HubbellN/A
Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
Massachusetts Bar AssociationPresidentN/A
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Suffolk University Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1980
Wheaton College, Wheaton ILN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1977
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
National Conference of Insurance LegislatorsRising Auto Insurance Costs2002
Vermont Trial LawyersJuror Bias2001
Association of Trial Lawyers of America; National College of AdvocatesDifferent approaches in trying low impact collisions resulting in connective tissue injuries February2000