Paul Bishop | Quincy Family Lawyer
A cornerstone of our practice is providing personal, individualized attention. At Bishop & Reidy, P.C., you will never be treated like a case file number. If this is the kind of representation you feel your personal injury or family law matter deserves, contact our office by calling 617-786-7575 today and schedule a consultation with attorney Bishop. At too many law firms, you will meet with your lawyer at first but get quickly passed to an associate or paralegal who will actually handle your case. At Bishop & Reidy, P.C., we believe that maintaining a direct attorney-client relationship is essential to executing effective legal strategies and finding solutions that meet your unique needs and the specific circumstances of your case. We believe in keeping our clients updated about any new developments in their cases. We strongly believe that after presenting you with all the options, the ultimate decision about how to pursue your claim is yours. Many people come to our Massachusetts family law firm after being referred by existing clients who have come to appreciate our honesty and compassionate concern during their own personal issues, whether it was a child custody issue, or a division of assets conflict. We also represent many people referred to us by other attorneys in Massachusetts, throughout the United States, and internationally.
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Please describe a case(s) in the last year or two where you made a big difference.
In another case, I was able to gain a substantial settlement for a client as a result of a slip and fall accident. The case presented significant challenges with regard to establishing liability; however, my client was a young woman who had sustained devastating injuries and she needed help. I was eventually able to obtain a significant financial recovery on her behalf. She later wrote: “Paul was very thorough and responsive to my calls and e-mails, and took the time to explain every aspect of the case to me as I went through this difficult time. He was genuinely concerned about my condition and the care I received in the many surgeries and therapies I required after my accident, even after the case was settled. Paul did absolutely everything he could to help me receive a fair and just settlement. I am very satisfied with the outcome of my case and would highly recommend Paul Bishop and his firm.” In that case, I was very pleased that my client was received a large award for the injuries she sustained.
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Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
Member, Boston Bar Association
Member, Norfolk County Bar Association
Board of Advisors, Bentley College Paralegal Program
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Dean's Award, New England School of Law
Dean's List, Colby College
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