Quinn and Morris PC conveniently serve clients in Boston, Massachusetts. The law firm practices in the area of personal injury. The legal team is there to defend you against the negligence that caused your injury. At Quinn and Morris the attorneys have years of litigation experience, you’ll find that the firm has the skill and working knowledge to thoroughly investigate and persuasively argue your case. They have a track record of effective advocacy and positive outcomes for their clients.
James T. Morris partner of the firm Quinn and Morris, is a personal injury lawyer. He was admitted to legal practice for the State of Massachusetts in 1972. Mr. Morris provides attentive, results-oriented personal injury representation. Attorney James T. Morris knows the challenges one may face when they have been seriously injured as a result of another party’s negligence. He cares about your case and you can trust him to go above and beyond in support of your claim. As a qualified lawyer, he works hard to help each of his clients get due restitution, recovering damages through shrewdly negotiated settlements or aggressive litigation it inspires confidence and gives a client a peace of mind.
Mr. Morris graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a B.A. in 1968 and received his J.D. from Suffolk University School of Law in 1971. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Massachusetts Trial Lawyers Association. Member and Vice-Chair of the University of Massachusetts Building Authority, 1993-1996, Member 1996— and Vice-Chair, 2002—2017, State College Building Authority and Inspector General Council, 1984—present- Legislative Agent, 1979—.
Mr. Morris was selected to Super Lawyers for 2004-2019 and holds Martindale-Hubbell’s coveted AV Preeminent rating.
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