Steve’s practice primarily focuses on civil and criminal litigation. He has handled a number of complex civil matters, including wrongful death claims, traumatic brain injury cases, premises liability injury claims, medical malpractice, motor vehicle accidents, defective products claims and other catastrophic injury claims. His artful negotiating has helped the firm collect millions of dollars in settlements and case verdicts for his clients.
In addition to maintaining a busy civil litigation practice, Steve also manages the firm’s growing criminal defense practice. Steve along with Steven Goldwyn Esq., and John Brainard Esq., handle the firm’s Criminal litigation practice. This talented team of litigators have successfully handled numerous criminal matters ranging from simple misdemeanors to the most serious of felonies. This group is available around the clock to ensure the firm’s clients’ needs are always being met.
Steve knows that the role of attorneys and law firms has evolved over the years –It is no longer a 9-5 business. Being able to communicate with his clients at any time allows better lines of communication with his clients and that leads to better representation and better results. His cell phone number is always given to his clients. He’s always available for his clients whether they have an issue in the evening or during the weekend he’s always available to make sure his client’s needs are met.
He is a contributor to all the firms’ legal blogs, some of which have been nationally recognized. In addition, he was a legal contributor to Discovery Channels’ – Investigation Discovery’s Breaking Point.
He is a member of American Trial Lawyers Association, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers, Massachusetts Bar Association, American Association of Justice. He is also involved in numerous local charities including The Jimmy Fund and The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
Steve is a little league coach, a youth basketball coach and a fan of all sports. He will occasionally still lace up his sneakers and play some hoops.