The Law Offices of Nolan & Nolan, P.C. is a full service law firm with offices in Quincy and Pembroke, Massachusetts, which provides the highest quality legal representation available. We take the time to understand our client's needs, issues and unique circumstances. We have the expertise and experience to promptly and effectively handle your legal situation.
We have spent more than two decades fighting for justice on behalf of injury victims and families. We understand how difficult it is to deal with physical, emotional and financial issues in the wake of a serious or fatal injury. We are experienced in all aspects of the law, with particular attention to personal injury matters and have a well-earned reputation for providing caring, aggressive and high quality representation to our clients.
In addition to personal injury matters, Attorney Mark A. Nolan has years of experience successfully representing clients in many other areas of the law including real estate, family law, Wills and Estates, general litigation, business law and juvenile law, including matters involving the Department of Children and Families (DCF), such as care and protection cases.
When you find yourself in need of an experienced attorney, call Attorney Mark A. Nolan at (781) 826-2800. You will be glad you did.
Why Choose Nolan and Nolan to represent you?
We understand that you have many options when seeking legal advice. Attorney Mark A. Nolan ensures every client receives personalized service and aggressive, effective representation. In more than 20 years of practice, Mark A. Nolan has developed a reputation for providing superior personal attention to each and every client while obtaining outstanding results. In fact, more than 90% of new clients are referred by satisfied current and past clients.
We will meet you where it is convenient for you, such as your home or office, if getting to our offices is difficult. This is just one example of how Nolan and Nolan provides superior personal service to our clients.
There When You Need Us
We serve the Norfolk, Suffolk, Plymouth, Bristol, Barnstable and Middlesex Counties; Greater Boston, and Central, North Shore, South Shore, Southeastern and Cape Cod, Massachusetts.