Jeffrey S. Glassman
About Jeffrey S. GlassmanFor 20 years, Boston Personal Injury Attorney Jeffrey S. Glassman has dedicated his professional career to fighting for the rights of accident victims.
Justice for those injured on the job. Justice for car accident victims throughout Massachusetts. Justice for families.
Today, he is an experienced advocate and an accomplished injury attorney, devoted to taking on the insurance companies, which too often fail to do the right thing or refuse to pay fair compensation to injury victims.
Having built a thriving law firm, Jeff is still personally involved in almost every case that comes into the office and personally negotiates most cases on behalf of his clients. While we take a team approach to building a case capable of winning the compensation you deserve, Jeff takes an individual approach with each of his clients.
“ When I represent clients, I do so as if they are members of my family,” Attorney Glassman said. “We are committed to working tirelessly to maximizing results and caring for the needs of our clients. “
Since opening on Valentine’s Day 1995, The Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, have committed to never settling a case for less than fair and full value. The firm’s thriving in-house litigation department means cases that don’t settle to our satisfaction can be seamlessly pursued in the courtroom.
Attorney Glassman also founded RainforestMaker, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the Earth’s Rainforests. Within the RainforestMaker organization, LATTE (Lawyers Accountable to the Earth), is an initiative aimed at lawyers, which urges a reduction of printing. The average lawyer uses the paper equivalent of 24 trees per year.
Jeff’s environmental interests have also found him serving on the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Energy and Environmental Task Force as well as urging law firms to implement MBA Green Guidelines, which he co-authored.
Attorney Glassman graduated from Suffolk University Law School and was admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts in 1991. Other interests include hiking, yoga, swimming, chi gong, tai chi, traveling, nature photography, tennis, golf and music.
Now entering his third decade of fighting for the rights of injury victims throughout Massachusetts, Attorney Glassman is passionate about life and passionate about fighting for the rights of each and every client he takes the responsibility of representing.
By maintaining personal one-on-one contact with clients, Jeff believes he is in the best position to gain a full understanding of the issues, address your questions and concerns, and build a case capable of winning the maximum compensation you deserve for your injuries.
The fact is, injuries change lives. Victims must seek out an experienced Massachusetts personal injury law firm with the resources available to build complex cases against powerful insurance companies and their attorneys. Without such quality legal help, victims are too often left without the resources necessary to make a full and complete recovery.
In other cases, families of a wrongful death victim are unable to maintain qualify of life and may never reclaim the standard of living enjoyed before an accident.
As a veteran personal injury and wrongful death attorney, Jeffrey S. Glassman understands each case is unique. And it is with that understanding that he will assist you in fighting for the compensation you deserve.
If you’ve been injured, call (888) 367-2900 for a Free Consultation. There is no fee unless we are successful in making a recovery on your behalf.
- Insurance Claims
- Landlord Tenant
- Medical Malpractice
- Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
- Personal Injury
- Products Liability
- Workers' Compensation
Additional Practice Areas
- Car Accidents
- Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman LLC|
|Suffolk University Law School - Suffolk University||J.D.|
|Member, Massachusetts State Bar|
|Member, Boston Bar Association|
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Website: Jeffrey S. Glassman's Website Profile
Website: Law Office of Jeffrey S. Glassman
Blog: Boston Car Accident Lawyer Blog
Bicycle Accident Involving Dump Truck Kills Rider High School Football Captain Killed in Winchester White v. Mazda Motors of America: On Defective Manufacturing Claims in Car Accident Cases On Traffic Collisions Caused by Street Racing Truck Driver Killed in Fiery Multivehicle Accident Driver Crashed Car into 7-Eleven: On UM/UIM Coverage Hughes v. Kia Motors Corp., et al.: On Causation in Car Accident Lawsuits Williams v. GEICO - Challenging Car Insurance Step-Down Provisions "Road Gators" Pose Highway Hazard to Motorists in Boston
Blog: Boston Personal Injury Attorney Blog
Yanmar America Corporation v. Randy Nichols: On Liability to Manufacturers of Goods That Are Later Resold to Plaintiff Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC), Roe No. 1 v. Children's Hosp. Med. Ctr.: On Negligent Supervision Claims Crocker v. Morales-Santana: On Multi-Party Litigation in Personal Injury Cases Alleged Medical Malpractice in Boston Results in Wrongful Death Jane Doe No. 14 v. Internet Brands, Inc.: On Failure to Warn Claims in Personal Injury Cases Burns v. City of Centralia: On the Duty of Care in Negligence Actions Jentz v. Conagra Foods, Inc.: On Personal Injury Cases involving Multiple Defendants Carnival Ride Claims Life of 8-year-old Golfer Greg Norman Injured in Chainsaw Accident
Blog: Mesothelioma Lawyers Blog
Swampscott Elementary School Closed Due to Asbestos Concerns College Campus Building Contains Asbestos That Must Be Carefully Removed After Finding Illegally Dumped Asbestos on School Property, Board Authorizes Toxic Material to Be Buried the Woods Asbestos Exposure Now Linked to Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Prosecutors Settle Civil Lawsuit Against Nursing Home Owners in Asbestos Case Williams v. BASF Catalysts LLC: On Fraud by Asbestos Manufacturers Vanderbilt v. Galliher - Widow's $2.8M Mesothelioma Verdict in Jeopardy Can Family of Asbestos Workers Sue for Illness? Ganoe v. Metalclad - Causation Theory Reasonable to Proceed
Blog: Boston Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer Blog
Massachusetts Police Worry about Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana Massachusetts State Police Arrest Drunk Driver Who Crashed after Driving Wrong Direction NFL Commissioner Discusses Sanctions Against Josh Brent for Fatal DUI Accident Michael Phelps Arrested for DUI Tennessee Man Threatens to Join ISIS after Drunk Driving Hit-and-Run Arrest Defendant Pleads to DUI Homicide in Worcester NBA Player Greg Monroe Arrested for Drunk Driving Jury Orders Convicted Felon to Pay DUI Car Accident Victim $3.2 Million Country Singer Lynn Anderson Arrested After Drunk Driving Crash
Blog: Massachusetts Workers Compensation Lawyers Blog
OSHA Fines Employer in Deadly Massachusetts Workplace Accident OSHA Fines Welding Company in Connection with Deadly Boston Fire Boston Worker Injured in Ladder Fall Elephant Caretaker Dies in New England Zoo Curtis v. Lemna: On the One Recovery Rule in Workers' Compensation Actions Malcomson v. Liberty Northwest: On Privacy Rights in Workers' Compensation Claims OSHA Increases Reporting Requirements for On-the-Job Injures and Deaths. OSHA Violations Illustrate Risk of Crush Injuries Navistar, Inc. v. Forester: Workers' Compensation for Black Lung Disease
Blog: Massachusetts Social Security Disability Lawyers Blog
Proposed Changes to the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Programs A Look at the Difference Between SSI and SSDI Benefits Teachers Receiving Disability for School-Related Stress and PTSD After Years of Waiting, One Woman's Struggle to Receive SSDI Benefits is Finally Over On the Differences Between SSDI and Private Long-Term Disability Insurance A Look the Hurdles Faced by SSDI Claimants Browning v. Colvin: A Harsh Look at One Denial of Benefits Welsh v. Colvin: On the SSDI Claim Process Whitman v. Colvin: SSDI Benefits and a Total Disability Rating
Blog: Product Liability Lawyer Blog
Jury Awards 17-Year-Old Boy $2 Million in Lead Paint Lawsuit Hospitals Offering Bundled Deal for Knee and Hip Replacement Surgery Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle to Undergo Hip Replacement Hospitals Offering Warranty to Knee Replacement Patients Endangered Salamander May End Need for Hip Replacement Surgeries Non-Profit Support Group Helps Transvaginal Mesh Implant Victims Federal Jury in West Virginia Awards Plaintiff $3.27 Million in TVM Lawsuit Chapman, et al. v. The Procter & Gamble Dist., et al.: On Scientific Evidence in Products Liability Cases Johnson & Johnson and Bayer Aim to Increase Market for Xarelto
Proposed Changes to the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Programs: In recent months there have been... http://bit.ly/1qYgRhF— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) 22.1 hours ago
A Look at the Difference Between SSI and SSDI Benefits: While many people have heard of Social Security Disabi... http://bit.ly/1wlTSm2— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) 3 days ago
OSHA Fines Employer in Deadly Massachusetts Workplace Accident: The United States Occupational Safety and Heal... http://bit.ly/1vlrxwb— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) 4 days ago
Yanmar America Corporation v. Randy Nichols: On Liability to Manufacturers of Goods That Are Later Resold to P... http://bit.ly/1qzKbe1— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) 5 days ago
Massachusetts Police Worry about Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana: Across the United States, state and... http://bit.ly/1xUjaXV— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) 5 days ago
Bicycle Accident Involving Dump Truck Kills Rider: According to a recent article from the Boston Globe, a bicy... http://bit.ly/1xUfSnj— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) 5 days ago
College Campus Building Contains Asbestos That Must Be Carefully Removed: Our mesothelioma plaintiff lawyers ... http://bit.ly/1wHN6oP— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) October 15, 2014
Teachers Receiving Disability for School-Related Stress and PTSD: When we use the term disability with respect... http://bit.ly/1wElxfZ— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) October 14, 2014
OSHA Fines Welding Company in Connection with Deadly Boston Fire: Earlier this year, a fire raged in the Back ... http://bit.ly/1sG3wyS— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) October 14, 2014
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC), Roe No. 1 v. Children's Hosp. Med. Ctr.: On Negligent Supervision ... http://bit.ly/1sFMcdo— Jeffrey S. Glassman (@jeffreyglassman) October 14, 2014