Personal Injury and Business Litigation Case Studies

Our law firm case studies show some of our winning verdicts and settlements. 

The firm’s lawyers have enjoyed success for our clients in matters large and small. Jeffrey Raphaelson offers more than twenty-five years of experience and a solid reputation for effective dispute resolution and client advocacy. We invite you to read about some of our winning results. The reported cases depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case, and do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any future matter.

Clients Recover Double Damages From Defendant Landlord And Punitive Damages And Attorney’s Fees Against Bank

Our clients pursued an opportunity to open a restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts. Relying on the landlord’s representations that his licenses were valid, our clients invested $200,000 in restaurant equipment, leasehold improvements and up-front lease payments. But shortly after opening, Boston police officers ordered the new venture shut down because of the landlord’s ongoing dispute with the licensing authorities. Our clients had to close the restaurant.

$950K Legal Malpractice Settlement Against Lawyer Who Negligently Prosecuted Client’s Wrongful Death Case And Misused Client Funds

Liability in the wrongful death case was clear from the outset, so the Defendant attorney's primary focus should have been identifying and preserving assets for collection to satisfy the judgment Client was likely to obtain. Nevertheless, the Defense attorney failed to take the appropriate steps to secure and preserve assets for collection.

Judge Orders Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company To Pay Disability Policy

Our client purchased a disability insurance policy from Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company. One year later, he suffered a series of debilitating strokes. MassMutual disclaimed coverage and refused to pay any benefits. It claimed that the client had declared on his application that certain pre-existing insurance coverage would be cancelled upon issuance of the new MassMutual policy, and that the coverage had not been cancelled.