Accident and Personal Injury Attorneys in Florida, Hawai’i, Colorado and Massachusetts
O’Connell and Associates – Trial Attorneys
John has is a personal injury attorney with offices in Massachusetts, Colorado, Hawai’i and Florida. He has been lead trial counsel in over 1000 cases in active litigation in the past 35 years and has handled airline accident, car accident, scuba diving, personal injury, products liability, and general aviation accident litigation. Of these cases he has tried over 50 cases to verdict and has received verdicts in his client’s favor over 90% of the time. In the past few years he has been able to achieve multiple multi-million dollar verdicts for his clients. He has represented the families of those who have died in scuba diving accidents in Massachusetts, California, Florida and Hawaii. He is a commercial pilot and has also represented FBO’s, owners, pilots and families in litigation involving general aviation aircraft accidents.
We have put together information for those involved in car accidents, scuba diving accidents, cruise ship accidents, and aircraft accidents. This information only provides basic information. You should seriously consider contacting us as soon as possible if serious personal injury is involved. John has been principally responsible for thousands of personal injury cases that have been litigated around the country and we have included a list of his representative cases.
John is licensed to practice law in Colorado, Florida, Hawai’`i and Massachusetts and in multiple federal jurisdictions. In Colorado he is associated with and a founding partner of the personal injury law firm of Lee, Myers and O’Connell, LLP. He is also a licensed patent attorney and is authorized to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
He is available as associated trial counsel or referral counsel and represents injured parties either directly or through arrangements with referral attorneys.
We offer a free initial consultation to individuals and are also happy to discuss co-counsel arrangements with attorneys.