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    Suite 500
    Worcester, Massachusetts 01608

Welcome to Our New Associate - Attorney John A. Leone

Resume available upon request

John A. Leone

John graduated from Boston College, B.A., Political Science in 1990 and Suffolk University

Law School, Cum Laude, in 1994. He is admitted in Massachusetts,1994; United States

District Court for the District of Massachusetts, 1998; and United States Court of Appeals for

First Circuit, 1998.

John has over 25 years of civil litigation experience and has Superior and District Court trial

experience. He has broad experience in insurance defense including wrongful death,

negligent security, premises liability, construction site accidents, product liability and motor

vehicle accidents. He has successfully defended high exposure cases involving wrongful

death, sexual assault, traumatic brain injury, amputation, and large property losses.

He also has extensive experience in defending general contractors and subcontractors in

construction design and defect claims.

Additionally, John has represented insurers in Chapter 93A/176D actions and litigation of

indemnity and insurance coverage disputes and associated declaratory judgment actions.

John’s experience also includes prosecution of subrogation claims on behalf of insurers in

property and liability, automobile, workers compensation and fidelity lines.

John practice include personal injury law, indemnity issues, employment, non-disclosures agreements and general construction contracts. He has been practicing law in Massachusetts since 1995.

Some of Attorney Leone's most significant cases

  • Defended trucking company in five fatality motor vehicle accident
  • Defended seafood processing company in action brought by worker who had three fingers amputated in machine
  • Defended oil delivery company whose driver ran over pedestrian ultimately resulting in amputation of leg and one million dollars in medical expenses
  • Defended general contractor in action where ironworker fell over 30’ and sustained multiple fractures and closed head injury