Boston, MA

The Tyson & Mendes Boston office serves

counties across Massachusetts and handles all

aspects of insurance defense litigation.

Areas of Practice offered at this location

  • Automobile Liability Litigation
  • Autonomous Vehicles Liability Litigation
  • Cannabis Litigation
  • Casualty Liability Litigation
  • Civil Appellate Practice
  • Commercial & General Civil Litigation
  • Complex Trial Team
  • Construction Litigation
  • Cyber, Technology, & Media Litigation
  • Employment Litigation
  • Environmental & Toxic Tort
  • Habitability Liability Defense
  • Healthcare Litigation
  • Homeowner Association Litigation
  • Insurance Coverage Litigation
  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • New York Labor Law
  • Premises Liability Litigation
  • Products Liability Litigation
  • Professional Liability Litigation
  • Public Entity Liability
  • Real Estate E&O Liability
  • Retail, Restaurant, & Hospitality Liability
  • Sexual Abuse, Assault, & Molestation
  • Trucking & Transportation Litigation

About Our Boston Office

The Tyson & Mendes Boston office serves the entire state of Massachusetts, handling all facets of insurance defense litigation. Our Boston legal team represents clients in a full range of cases, including insurance coverage disputes, insurance bad faith, defense of personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits, intellectual property, employment law, and appeals. Our Boston attorneys have extensive appellate experience in both the Massachusetts state and federal courts.

The Boston office is led by Steve O'Brien, with 36 years of litigation and trial experience. His practice focuses on premises liability, construction litigation, catastrophic injury litigation, commercial and general litigation, complex trial team litigation, automobile liability, and professional liability. Meet Mr. O'Brien here.

101 Federal Street. Suite 1900
Boston, MA 02110

Phone: (617) 226-5595
Fax: (617) 544-3979

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