Martin, Magnuson, McCarthy & Kenney is widely recognized as one of the leading civil trial firms in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Since 1957, our attorneys have established a distinguished record of success at trial and on appeal. We have averaged at least 20 jury trial verdicts in favor of our clients on a yearly basis.
Our team of experienced trial lawyers has an established civil litigation and appellate practice representing clients throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Working in both Massachusetts state and federal courts, as well as appearing before administrative agencies and engaging in alternative dispute resolution, we represent clients in matters including healthcare defense, professional liability, product liability, liquor liability, premises liability, motor vehicle liability, commercial and business litigation, civil rights, and general liability claims.
Our attorneys have been elected as Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers and included in the published listing of The Best Lawyers in America as well as having received listings in Massachusetts Super Lawyers magazine, being recognized for their work in healthcare defense, medical malpractice defense, professional liability defense and general civil litigation.
Martin, Magnuson, McCarthy & Kenney is the successor firm to Martin, Magnuson & Hennessey, established in 1957 by Ephraim Martin, Harold E. Magnuson and Edward F. Hennessey. In 1967, Edward F. Hennessey left the firm to accept a judicial appointment. At that time, Clement McCarthy and Raymond J. Kenney Jr. joined in partnership, while Ephraim Martin and Harold E. Magnuson remained associated with the firm as sole practitioners.
In 1981, Clement McCarthy, Raymond J. Kenney Jr. and Charles P. Reidy III established McCarthy, Kenney & Reidy, P.C. The professional corporation continued its association with Ephraim Martin and Harold E. Magnuson, practicing under the style of Martin, Magnuson, McCarthy & Kenney. Clement McCarthy passed away in May of 1985, Ephraim Martin in September of 1988, and Harold E. Magnuson in June of 1999. After serving for 22 years as a member of the Massachusetts judiciary, as chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, Edward F. Hennessey returned to the firm he helped found in an “of counsel” capacity until the spring of 2005. Chief Justice Hennessey passed away in 2007. All of our attorneys are dedicated to providing exceptional legal representation for our clients.
MMM&K has obtained more than 100 jury trial verdicts in favor of our clients.
Our partners combine more than 250 years
of collective litigation experience.