I joinedPhillips Silverin 2004 as a paralegal with the firms civil litigation team.I... more
I joinedPhillips Silverin 2004 as a paralegal with the firms civil litigation team.I attended Suffolk University Law School at night while working for the firm and was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in December 2009. I stayed on with Phillips Silver as an associate attorney after being admitted to the Bar. Mypractice is focused onpersonal injury claims, malpractice and debt collection. I a... view profile
Myareas of concentration are commercial and civil litigation, commercial and... more
Myareas of concentration are commercial and civil litigation, commercial and residential real estate andbusiness planning.Over the years, I have been involved in multiple areas of civil law which I am nowable to effectively use in the course of representing client's in their litigation matters. In addition to my years as an attorney, I have been fortunate to found and operate several bus... view profile
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