Newton Personal Injury Attorney Jeffrey Simons
Attorney Jeffrey Simons is an associate at Fogelman & Fogelman, where his practice is focused on personal injury (including car crashes, slip and falls, sexual abuse, injuries from foreign objects in food, and other matters), as well as breach of warranty, employment, and general civil litigation. In personal injury cases, Jeff negotiates reductions of statutory liens and contractual liens with healthcare providers, insurers, and governmental entities (including Medicare and ERISA liens), which allows clients to retain more of a settlement award or verdict.
When not practicing law, Jeff enjoys playing ice hockey, running marathons, traveling, spending time with his wife, and playing Frisbee with his dog.
- J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 2011
- B.S., (Political Science and Finance), Syracuse University, 2008
- Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
- Member, Boston Bar Association
- Member, Pennsylvania Bar Associations
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Simons worked in civil litigation and criminal defense in a mid-sized law firm in Pennsylvania, handling all stages of litigation, including trial. While in law school, Mr. Simons served as a law clerk and legal intern for the Elder Law Clinic at the University of Pittsburgh, the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Western District of Pennsylvania and the Allegheny County District Attorney's office.
About My Practice
As with the other attorneys at the firm, I am dedicated to helping people who have been wronged obtain justice, as well as seeking to deter future harmful conduct from taking place and affecting others in the future.
My clients did not ask to be injured or subjected to wrongful employment practices. Fortunately, with contingency representation, clients are able to retain highly experienced lawyers who will work tenaciously on your behalf and be on equal legal footing with big corporations for absolutely no financial commitment for legal fees, other than if damages are recovered on the client’s behalf.
While this concept seems simple, the practical effect is tremendous – you don’t have to be wealthy to retain us, or be concerned that if you lose your case you will owe legal fees for the time we spent on your case.
If you have been injured by someone else's negligence, or subjected to wrongful and illegal treatment at work, I would invite you to call me to discuss your case.