10 Forbes Rd
Suite 410 West
Braintree MA 02184
Our firm has over 65 years of combined experience practicing Workers' Compensation in Massachusetts, and we appear at the Department of Industrial Accidents at the various regions on a daily basis.
Pulgini & Norton, LLP is one of only a handful of firms whose primary focus is Massachusetts Workers' Compensation law. The Massachusetts Workers' Compensation statute is an intricate compilation of laws that require Attorneys well versed in the nuances of these laws to understand how to best represent injured workers. Our Attorneys are keenly familiar with every aspect of the Workers' Compensation statute, and are best suited to represent injured workers in their battle with the workers' compensation insurance companies.
The strength of our firm lies in the dedication and knowledge of our Attorneys. We pride ourselves on being accessible and accountable to our clients. This includes giving out our personal cell phone numbers to our clients, which is very rare in our industry. We understand that Workers' Compensation is a day to day, week to week, month to month, and sometimes a year to year process, and we stand with our clients every step of the way.
Admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in January, 1985. Graduated from St. John's School of Law, New York in June 1984. Graduated from Saint Anselm College in May 1981. Married with two adult children.
Admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in December 1992. Graduated from New England School of Law in May 1992. Graduated from Fordham University in May 1989. Married with three children.
Admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in November 2014. Graduated from New England School of Law in May 2014. Graduated from Stonehill College in May 2011.
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