Scott Goldberg graduated from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, in 1984 and Suffolk University Law School in Boston in 1987. He has practiced personal injury law his entire career, representing people injured in car accidents, slip and falls, and by unsafe premises, defective products, and in many other types of general negligence cases. He has successfully resolved cases involving injuries from muscle and ligament tears, disc injuries and surgery to life-threating and permanent injuries, chronic pain, scarring and wrongful death. In addition, since 1990 Attorney Goldberg has represented many injured police officers and first responders injured on duty and off, and as a result he has become a trusted attorney for them, their families, and friends. In 1994, he founded The Law Firm of Scott D. Goldberg, P.C., now located adjacent to the Boston Commons and Downtown Crossing at 52 Temple Place.
Attorney Goldberg is also very active in the Massachusetts’ legal community. He served the maximum two-year term as Chair of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s (MBA) Sole Practitioner & Small Firm Section Counsel and was a voting member of the MBA’s House of Delegates. In addition to currently advising the section as Past Chair, Scott is a member of the MBA’s Law Practice Management Section Counsel for the 2014-2015 term. Scott is also a dedicated and active member of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA) and is a voting member of its Board of Governors, as well as a volunteer in its mentoring program. In 2014, Attorney Goldberg was awarded the MATA President’s Award for his commitment to the organization’s fight to represent the injured.
Over the years, Attorney Goldberg has received numerous honors and awards. For the fourth consecutive year, Avvo has rated Scott as “Superb” with the highest ranking of “10.0.” He has also received its Clients’ Choice Award. In addition, for the second consecutive year, based upon the evaluations of his colleagues, Attorney Goldberg has been named a “Massachusetts Super Lawyer” in Personal Injury Law by Thomson Reuters and as published in Boston Magazine.
In his personal life, Scott has been married for 26 years, has two children, and a Golden Retriever. Scott is an avid skier, golfer, photographer, bonsai enthusiast, and has also earned several black belts in karate and is a former Sensei.
Attorney Goldberg is available to answer your questions. Contact him for a free consultation by calling 617-227-1888 or emailing to email@example.com.