Mitchell Katzman

katzman2aMitchell Katzman has practiced law in the greater Boston area for nearly thirty years, after receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a Juris Doctor degree from the Boston University School of Law. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts Summa Cum Laude, and was a member of the Commonwealth Honors Program. At the Boston University School of Law, Mitchell served as Case and Note Editor of the American Journal of Law and Medicine.

Attorney Katzman is the founder of the law firm of Katzman & Katzman, P.C., and is admitted to the bars of Massachusetts, the United States District Court for Massachusetts, and the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals.

Mitchell’s law practice focuses on personal injury, including motor vehicle, motorcycle, bicycle, bus, and pedestrian accidents; premises liability; wrongful death; nursing home negligence; and construction site accidents.

He also handles work related injuries at the Department of Industrial Accidents and has handled cases through all stages of the Worker’s Compensation Process, including Conferences and Hearings.

Attorney Katzman also has a wide range of experience handling criminal matters in the District Courts of Massachusetts, including drunk driving offenses; motor vehicle offenses; and assault and battery. He was formerly a defender for the Committee for Public Counsel Services Private Counsel Division.

He also handles Immigration matters and has successfully handled many family petitions, H-1B Visa, citizenship, deportation hearings and asylum hearings.

Mitchell was a former defense attorney for the insurance industry, and has considerable experience litigating cases in the Massachusetts Superior and District Courts. He has taken many cases to verdict.

Attorney Katzman is also sought as a neutral for alternative dispute resolution, including Arbitrations and Mediations. He currently serves as a neutral for several ADR firms in the Boston area, including Case Closed/Babik Dispute Resolution, and New England Dispute Resolution.

Please contact us to schedule a free initial consultation at (617) 338-2272 or (877) 338-2272.

Return to top of page