In 2008, I joined Shepard Law as a paralegal and I have been a part of the firm ever since. Over this time, I’ve developed a wealth of knowledge and experience in litigation involving asbestos and other toxic chemicals. I have extensive experience litigating cases in the Massachusetts State and Federal trial courts, and have briefed and argued in the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Individuals and their families affected by toxic chemicals and asbestos deserve financial security and justice for their injuries, and they depend on me to help. I don’t take that responsibility lightly. I’m here for my clients every step of the way, offering relief during what may be the most difficult time of their life, and helping them obtain compensation. My entire career has been, and continues to be, dedicated to helping victims of asbestos exposure and other harmful products.

  • New England Law | Boston, J.D., magna cum laude (2014)
  • Saint Anselm College, B.A., cum laude (2008)
  • Massachusetts
  • Mesothelioma
  • Lung Cancer and other asbestos related disease
  • Tobacco Lawsuits
  • Pharmaceutical drugs and devices
  • Serious Injury
  • Auto Accidents
  • Train Accidents
  • Pharmaceutical Liability
  • RoundUp
  • Summerlin v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., et al.: $43.1 million dollar verdict in a lung cancer trial that included both asbestos brake manufacturers and tobacco companies. It was the top verdict in New England in 2018.
  • John Doe v. Northrop Grumman, et al.: Represented a former Navy aircraft mechanic who developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos from aircraft brakes and component parts. Case settled shortly after the trial started for significant seven-figure sum.
  • Seang v. Armstrong Ambulance: Two ambulance occupants sued after the ambulance they were being transported I slammed into a disabled car on an interstate highway, causing serious personal injuries. Case tried to a jury in Suffolk Superior Court, Boston. $6.4 million verdict, over $8 million with pre-judgement interest.
  • John Doe v. Borg Warner, et al,: A paper mill worker developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos in a paper mill that was manufacturing asbestos-containing friction paper.
  • John Doe v Boeing, et al.: Career USAF aircraft mechanic developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos from aircraft component parts. Case settled at the beginning of trial for significant seven-figure sum.
  • John Doe v Crane Co, et al.: Represented a former Navy machinist-mate who developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos onboard Navy ships. Case settled just prior to trial for significant seven-figure sum.

“EACH CASE PRESENTS A UNIQUE CHALLENGE, AND IT’S OUR FIRM’SABILITY TO MEET THESE CHALLENGES THAT SETS US APART.”