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INJURY, DIVORCE, & CRIMINAL DEFENSE LAWYER PAUL KING

Serving Tewksbury, Lowell, Middlesex and the surrounding counties, and throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine.


Since 2002, I’ve built my practice on providing affordable, tenacious representation to clients.

The hallmarks of my practice are experience, dedication, and tenacity. I’ve had hundreds of court appearances, numerous jury trials, and negotiated dozens of settlements for clients. I give every client my full attention and dedication. Clients deserve nothing less.

National Trial Lawyers - Paul KingWhen you entrust your legal matter to an attorney, you expect – and deserve – your attorney to put forth their full efforts in getting you the best result possible. I intentionally run a low-volume practice so that I can devote the time required to each client.

I would invite you to contact me to learn how I and my firm can help you with your legal matter. I offer a free consultation, and accept injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that there is no fee unless you recover compensation.

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Car accidents & Personal injury

No one ever expects to be hurt in a car crash or another accident caused by someone else. When a crash or an accident happens, the least we can expect is for the other party and their insurance company to promptly pay for our damages and injuries. Unfortunately, that’s not how it usually works.

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Drunk driving & criminal defense

Drunk driving is a serious charge.In Massachusetts, the legal terminology for drunk driving includes Operating Under the Influence (OUI), Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Driving While Intoxicated (DWI). My criminal defense practice for impaired driving is focused on seeking the best outcome for every client. Learn how I will fight for you.

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Traffic Tickets – Fixed fees

Don’t pay your traffic without first understanding your rights. I help clients in seeking dismissal or a reduction in charges, and to fight tickets that were wrongly issued. Find out about your options and how I can help you.

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Divorce, Custody & FAmily Law

I represent clients in divorce, alimony, child custody, and child support cases. My goal is to create a comprehensive strategy for achieving your objectives in timely, and cost-effective manner. Typically, settlements through negotiation, mediation, and creative problem-solving will provide the best results, but if these methods are not successful, then trial can be used.

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Blog

2018 Pedestrian Fatality Statistics

Estimated 2018 Pedestrian Fatalities are the highest since 1990. Learn about the factors involving the increase in pedestrian fatalities.

Does Spousal Privilege Extend to Unmarried Partners in Massachusetts?

Spousal privilege is a long-standing privilege whereby the spouse of someone charged with a crime cannot be compelled to testify against their defendant spouse.

This basis of this privilege is the recognition of the special and unique bond that a married couple will have with respect to each other, and the belief that it would be wrong and immoral to compel someone to have to testify against their spouse, and thereby break the important bond of trust that should be implicit in a marriage.  In other words, the belief is that the prosecution should be required to find other acceptable means to prove the guilt of someone charged with a crime without resorting to compelling the spouse of a defendant to testify.

Can Prosecutors Use Facebook and Social Media Accounts to Find Evidence About a Crime?

Can Prosecutors Use Facebook and Social Media Accounts to Find Evidence About a Crime? It depends. Public postings on social

Sleep Deprivation and Vehicle Accidents

Increasingly, Americans are not getting enough sleep. Tragically, sleep deprivation is a factor in vehicle accidents, especially involving long-distance truck drivers. Find out what needs to be done to determine whether sleep deprivation may be a cause of your accident.