If you are faced with a legal issue, it’s important that your rights are protected and you achieve the best possible outcome in your case. From resolving high-stakes disputes to ensuring you receive fair compensation for your accident, Riccio Law provides reliable representation for a wide variety of civil law matters.
Riccio Law offers a full range of legal services for civil litigation matters including:
Civil cases are handled differently than criminal cases. In a civil matter, the plaintiff seeks a remedy from the defendant — in many cases, this can be monetary compensation. Sometimes, it can also involve an injunction or returning property. Whether it comes to litigating in court, negotiating with the other side, or resolving a legal matter by mediation or arbitration, Riccio Law strives to provide swift resolutions, stellar results, and cost-effective solutions.
Every day, there are up to five million vehicles on the road in Massachusetts. Cars, taxis, buses, motorcycles help people get to school and work, conduct their business, and attend social activities. However, motor vehicle accidents happen too often throughout the Commonwealth that result in serious injury and death.
If you were a vehicle driver, passenger, pedestrian, or bicyclist and suffered injuries as a result of someone else’s negligence or recklessness on the road, you may be entitled to compensation. Riccio Law provides competent counsel and knowledgeable representation to obtain the maximum compensation you deserve for your motor vehicle accident injuries.
When you go to the supermarket, a hardware store, a retail shop, a restaurant, or someone’s home, you don’t expect to get injured. Yet, wet floors, slippery surfaces, loose tiles, and other defects can cause slip and falls, trip and falls, and other accidents. If you were injured on someone else's property due to their failure to repair a dangerous condition, you may be able to recover for your damages. Riccio Law vigorously pursues claims on behalf of premises liability victims and is committed to helping you recover damages for your accident-related injuries.
Both landlords and tenants in Massachusetts have responsibilities and legal obligations. When one party fails to comply or violates the terms of a lease, it is often necessary to seek court intervention. Riccio Law advises both landlords and tenants on their rights and remedies and represents clients in court for matters related to eviction, lease violations, security deposit, and rent withholding, as well as code compliance and housing conditions.
Facing disciplinary charges or a Title IX investigation at a university or college can be one of the most stressful experiences a student may encounter. It’s a very different process from other legal proceedings and can dramatically impact your life, career path, and future goals. Too often, student disciplinary proceedings are one-sided and geared toward the university. Riccio Law is experienced counsel for students facing a disciplinary proceeding and can help ensure that they receive due process and a fair hearing.
No matter what legal issue you’re facing, civil litigation is not “one-size-fits-all.” The facts surrounding every case are unique and each client has different needs. Riccio Law is dedicated to providing personalized attention and tailored legal strategies in all civil law matters. Anthony Riccio takes the time to discuss clients’ legal goals and works with them to achieve the most efficient and effective solution. With offices in Attleboro and Quincy, Riccio Law represents clients in a variety of civil matters in southeastern Massachusetts, the greater Boston area, and throughout the Commonwealth. Call for a consultation to discuss your civil law matter today.
We serve clients throughout Massachusetts including those in the following localities: Bristol County including Attleboro, Fall River, Mansfield, New Bedford, North Attleboro, Seekonk, and Taunton; Essex County; Hampden County; Hampshire County; Middlesex County including Cambridge, Lowell, and Newton; Norfolk County including Brookline, Dedham, Quincy, Wellesley, and Wrentham; Plymouth County including Bridgewater, Brockton, Hingham, and Middleboro; Suffolk County including Boston; and Worcester County.