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Defense of Government Agencies

Defense of Government Agencies

Curley & Curley P.C., a law firm practicing in Massachusetts and New Hampshire and serving clients nationwide, represents a number of governmental agencies with respect to public official conduct. These matters range from simple premises liability issues to complex First Amendment litigation and class actions in the state and federal courts. Attorneys from our firm have successfully tried a very large number of cases for various governmental agencies at all levels.

We have extensive experience with Tort Claim Act matters, State and Federal discrimination issues, and actions under the various state and federal civil rights statues. Governmental clients choose us because of our excellent trial and appellate record combined with decades of experience, cost-effective strategies, and personal attention to every case. Martin J. Rooney leads the Curley & Curley P.C. efforts in this field. These efforts have resulted in numerous published opinions at the appellate level.

Our experience & services

As employers, property owners, and contractors, governments and municipalities at the federal, state, and local levels can become targets of lawsuits. At Curley & Curley, our attorneys have experience defending government agencies in various types of litigation, including mass tort claims:

  • Administration of housing authority properties
  • Civil rights lawsuits
  • Class action lawsuits

We apply our thorough knowledge of special laws applicable to government agencies with our experience in areas such as premises liability, products liability, and construction law.

Call 617-523-2990 for government agency defense law firm in Boston.

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Office Location
  • Braintree Office
    35 Braintree Hill Office Park
    Suite 103
    Braintree, Massachusetts 02184
    Phone: 617-523-2990
    Fax: 617-523-7602