Wilmington Injury Lawyer, Criminal Defense & OUI Attorney
My practice is focused on providing dedicated representation to Wilmington residents, as well as those in nearby towns and communities, in matters including:
- Personal Injury, including car accidents and car crashes
- Criminal Defense, including OUI and Drunk Driving
- Traffic violations, including Reckless Driving and Speeding Tickets
I invite you to click on the above links to learn more about my practice in the indicated areas.
What Should You Expect from a Wilmington Attorney?
I believe that every client deserves full attention from their lawyer, and not to be treated as a file. Clients should be able to talk directly to their attorney when they have questions.
I manage my practice around these beliefs and principles:
- All clients deserve to be treated as VIP’s
- If you call my office, I will be answering your questions – you won’t be delegated to a staff member.
- If I’m in court when you call, I’ll return your call as soon as possible.
- I am tenacious in seeking the best outcome possible – for every client, all of the time.
- I make myself available around the schedules of clients.
- I limit the number of cases accepted.
For more information about aspects to consider when choosing a lawyer, please see Choosing the Best Lawyer for Your Case.
Serving the Wilmington Community
Although Wilmington was incorporated in 1730, it was first settled 65 years earlier, in 1665. The town itself occupies approximately 17 square miles, much of which has been built on wetlands.
Wilmington is bisected in a north to south direction by Interstate 95, which connects to Highway 125 in the northeastern part of the town. At the northern part of the town is the Wilmington Town Forest, which is a popular recreational spot.
As of 2010, the population of Wilmington is approximately 23,000 people.
Where are Wilmington Legal Matters Heard?
As part of Middlesex county, while Wilmington legal matters are heard several different courts. For civil claims, including claims for an injury, where the damages are claimed to be under twenty five thousand dollars, your case is typically heard at Woburn District Court located at 30 Pleasant Street in Woburn, Massachusetts. Woburn District Court also hears criminal cases (including misdemeanors and felonies) and landlord-tenant matters.
If you are severely injured and allege damages over twenty-five thousand dollars or you have been indicated for a serious felony, your case is typically heard at Middlesex Superior Court or facing a felony, most likely your case will be held in the Middlesex County Court. This court’s jurisdiction and location are as follows:
- Middlesex Superior Court – https://www.mass.gov/locations/middlesex-county-superior-court
- Jurisdiction – All felony matters, all civil actions involving more than $25,000, and medical malpractice lawsuits
Middlesex Superior Court
200 Trade Center, 2nd Floor
Woburn, MA 01801
Phone – (781) 939-2700
Call Me for a Free Consultation at (978) 851-5145 – Learn How I Can Help You
I represent clients in personal injury and wrongful death matters on a contingent fee basis (no fee unless you recover damages). In criminal defense matters, I represent clients on a fixed-fee basis. I also accept credit cards for payment for criminal defense and other non-injury matters.