Practical Litigation Experience

John's practical experience makes a difference in successful case preparation. Unlike a large law firm where inexperienced associates put together a case, John gets involved in all aspects of your case and is available to answer your questions on a daily basis. No unreturned phone calls. No handing your case off to a new associate. You will get the personal service you deserve.

The law firm of OConnell & Associates has a proven track record and has successfully represented accident victims for three decades. If you have been involved in an accident please consider the information contained in our outlines of information you may need if involved in car accidents, scuba diving accidents, and aircraft accidents.

Practical experience makes the difference in successful case preparation. John O'Connell has been trying personal injury cases for the past twenty nine years. John has also handled scuba diving, personal injury, products liability, and auto accident litigation and has represented the families of those who have been hurt or who have died in scuba diving accidents in Massachusetts, California, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Florida and Hawaii. He is admitted to practice in Colorado, Florida and Massachusetts. He is also admitted to multiple federal jurisdictions. He is also a patent attorney and is admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

John O'Connell is a lawyer, Commercial Pilot (Single-Multi Engine Land and Sea with Instrument Rating)and an experienced scuba diver (certified advanced open water) who has been litigating general aviation cases for the past twenty nine years.

John O'Connell Mr. OConnell started his career in the prominent former Boston law firm of Parker, Coulter, Daley and White where he got his start working on aviation, products, medical products, car accidents and personal injury cases. He founded his own law firm in 1986 and has since represented corporations and those injured in variouse types of accidents. In addition to general personal injury cases he has represented FBO's, pilots, aircraft owners and passengers injured in a variety of general aviation accident litigation. In addition he has been involved in the preparation and trial of scuba diving accident cases in Florida, Hawaii, New Hampshire, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and California.

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