Attorney Adam G. Cohen


Adam G. Cohen is an equity partner at the firm and has practiced law since 1991. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Clark University (B.A., Business Management, cum laude, 1988), he earned his law degree from Suffolk University Law School (J.D., 1991). He is admitted to the state and federal bars in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court. His practice focuses in the areas of property and casualty, premises liability, construction, insurance coverage, business and commercial disputes, transportation, products liability, retail, and professional liability. He represents commercial entities, insurers and their insureds, and self-insured businesses. Mr. Cohen has tried over 70 cases to verdict, and he has also argued numerous cases in the appellate courts of Massachusetts.

Mr. Cohen has lectured extensively around the country on topics ranging from catastrophic loss investigations, preservation of evidence and spoliation claims, reference/appraisal proceedings in property loss claims, trucking safety issues, premises liability safety issues, emerging liability topics, insurance coverage and insurance fraud. He has authored chapters for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education publications on Damages in Massachusetts Litigation and Preparing a Case from Defendant’s Perspective. He is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance. He currently lives in Wellesley, Massachusetts with his wife and two daughters.

Reported decisions:
Druan v. Stop & Shop Supermarket Co., 2002 Mass. App. Div. 206, 2002 WL 31781154; Narcisse v. Stop & Shop Supermarkets, 2002 Mass. App. Div. 59, 2002 WL 481019; American Employers’ Ins. Co. v. Swiss Reinsurance America Corp., 275 F. Supp. 2d 29 (D. Mass. 2003).