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Civil Litigation


Unfortunately, sometimes situations arise when you need to seek legal help, to enforce a contract or a debt; to seek compensation for damages done to you, your family or your business; to protect your property or business interests, or conversely to defend against such civil claims brought against you.  For the past ten years, Attorney Michael B. Coyle has prosecuted and defended a large volume of such cases on behalf of both Plaintiffs and Defendants, in the District, Superior, and Federal Courts of Massachusetts, including:

  • Breach of Contract (Business or Personal/Individual)


  • Unfair/Deceptive Business Practices (Consumer Protection)


  • Creditor's Suits (Enforcing Judgments; Liens, Attachments)


  • Supplementary Process (Enforcement of Judgment Debts)


  • Summary Process (Evictions / Possession Claims)


  • Actions for an Accounting (R.E., Trusts, Partnerships, etc.)


  • Prosecuting and Defending Restraining Orders (G.L. 209A)


  • Harassment Prevention Orders (G.L. 258E)


  • Fiduciary Breach / Breach of Trust (Executors, Trustees, etc.)


  • Payment-of-Wages and Employment-Related Claims


  • Representation at Mediations and Arbitrations of Claims (ADR)

The list above is far from a complete list of the types of civil litigation matters we handle.  Please feel free to give us a call to discuss your particular issue, even if it isn't listed above.  If your matter is something we cannot assist you with, we will do our utmost to refer you to appropriate counsel who has the qualifications and experience needed in your case. 

  • Personal Injury (Auto Accident, Slip/Fall, etc.)


  • On-the-job Accidents (Worker's Compensation)


  • Medical Malpractice


  • Property Damage / Fire Negligence


  • Other Negligence/Tort Claims


  • Interference with Property Rights


  • Defective Product Claims


  • Defamation/Slander/Libel


  • Intentional Torts (e.g., Civil Assault & Battery)


  • Specific Enforcement (e.g., of Purchase and Sale)


  • Petitions-to-Partition (Real Estate)

John J. Moakley U.S. Federal Courthouse