339 Main Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01608PhoneFax
MY CORE VALUES
- Commitment and dedication
- Licensed and experienced attorney
- Flexibility to work around client needs
- Open and available communication
- Accurate assessment of your claim
- Attention to detail
MY VALUE TO YOUR BUSINESS
My firm is designed to provide individualized attention to the unique problems facing insurers and employers. I will assess each claim, injury and defense and provide a tailored legal defense mutual action plan.
I view our role as a team focused on the highest level of defense. Mutual Action Plans and frequent telephone and e-mail communication are essential to a cost effective solution.
I am licensed to practice in Massachusetts. My primary focus has been before the Department of Industrial Accidents for the past 23 years.
JAMES E. RAMSEY: born Worcester, Massachusetts, 1968; admitted to bar January 3, 1996, United States Supreme Court, Massachusetts and Connecticut State Courts, and U.S. District Court, Districts of Massachusetts and Connecticut.
Education: Northeastern University (B.S. 1991, Summa Cum Laude); Northeastern University (M.S. 1992); Suffolk University Law School (J.D. 1995); two American Jurisprudence Awards
Admitted to Massachusetts state and federal courts and administrative agencies and U.S. Supreme Court 2002. Formerly admitted and since retired, Connecticut state 1996 and U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut 1997
2018 Fellow of the College of Worker's Compensation Lawyers
Author - 2016 Mass Law Journal - 'Workers' Compensation 1991 to date: 25 years in review.'; 2014 Contributing Author LexisNexis Practice Guide Massachusetts Workers' Compensation - Chapter 7
2019-2014 Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rating ; 2019-2016 AVVO rated, Client's Choice Award winner
Member: Massachusetts Bar Association, Worker’s Compensation Committee, And Worcester County Bar Association, Better Business Bureau A rating (2015).
Work Highlights: 1995-1996 Judicial Clerkship, Connecticut Superior Court; 17 years worker’s compensation and general liability defense practice; Recorded insurance opinion, Baker’s Case, 55 Mass. App. Ct. 628, 773 N.E.2d 466 (2002); Authorized counsel Lumbermen’s Underwriting Alliance (13 years), Special client instructions Arch Insurance, AIG, XL Specialty and Featured speaker at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., November 21, 2003, on 'Worker’s Compensation Case Law and Legislative Update.' And multiple lectures and seminars with private insurance companies, TPAs and educational organizations.