Trials & Civil Litigation
We offer civil litigation legal services from the initial stages of a potential lawsuit through trials and, if necessary, appeals. Our Boston area attorneys have several decades of experience advocating for our clients’ rights. Our lawyers practice in the federal and state courts of Massachusetts and New Hampshire and the state courts of Rhode Island at both the trial and appellate levels. We also practice before several administrative tribunals, including the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the Massachusetts Division of Unemployment Assistance.
We represent both plaintiffs and defendants ranging from individuals and families to partnerships, limited liability companies, and large corporations. We offer litigation services in a variety of areas including, but not limited to:
- Life, health, and disability insurance
- Employment matters, such as wrongful termination, wage and hour claims, and independent contractor disputes
- Race and gender discrimination
- Sexual harassment
- Personal injury
- Contract disputes
- Civil rights violations
- Police misconduct
- Landlord/tenant matters
- Real property disputes
- Consumer protection violations
- Corporate and business litigation
- Probate litigation
- ERISA violations
- Workers’ compensation
- Social Security Disability claims
Pretrial and Trial
We will work diligently with you to understand, prepare, and develop your case. Both before and during litigation, our lawyers will manage your case efficiently and aggressively while positioning the case either for a favorable settlement or successful result at trial or arbitration. We pride ourselves on providing competent, effective legal services in a cost-effective way.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative Dispute Resolution, such as mediation or arbitration, is a useful option to have in almost any case. Roach, Ioannidis & Megaloudis practices before several leading dispute resolution providers, including JAMS and the American Arbitration Association. Our lawyers approach and prepare for mediation and arbitration in the same manner that they approach a trial. Contact one of our attorneys to discuss whether Alternative Dispute Resolution would be good for your case.