Attorney Neil Phillips has been practicing law since 1979. He has handled thousands of cases involving real estate, serious personal injuries, motor vehicle accidents, family law, and many others. As the founder of Dunn & Phillips, Attorney Phillips is known for his extreme dedication and passion for his clients.
Western New England College, School of Law, J.D. 1979
Westfield State College, B.S.
Attorney Wayne H. Peereboom focuses on personal injury, catastrophic injury, general litigation, and trial practice. He was admitted to practice before the state courts of Massachusetts in 1994 and the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts in 1995. He received a J.D. from Western New England University where he was a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America Trial Competition team and won the AmJur Award for Conflict of Laws.
Western New England College, School of Law, J.D. 1994
State University of New York at Albany, B.A. Cum Laude
Attorney Phillips is recognized by his clients and colleagues as a tireless advocate.
Attorney Phillips has a proven track record of negotiating and litigating personal injury cases and representing those charged with crimes. He has represented clients in numerous wrongful death claims and hundreds of cases involving Manslaughter Armed Robbery ,Rape,OUI, Domestic Battery, Theft, Assault, Drug Trafficking, and much more.
Attorney Phillips has appeared on CNN and Court TV commenting on trial strategies.
- Western New England University, School of Law, J.D. 2000, Deans list
- Westfield State College, B.S.
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Hampden County Bar Association
- Certified Hospice Volunteer
- Mass Bar Association Dial -A- Lawyer
- Hampden County Bar Association Tornado relief
- Member of Massachusetts Bar Association
- Hampden County Bar Association
- 2010 Supreme Judicial Court Pro Bono Recognition Honor Roll
- 2011 Supreme Judicial Court Pro Bono Recognition Honor Roll
- Health care Proxys, POA’S, Wills/ Baystate Hospice Nurses and Staff. 2008
- Power of Attorney, Wills, Homstead Act/ Springfield Police Union, 2010
- Presenter The Massachusetts Judicial Selection Process/ Hampden County Bar Association, 2013
- Carl Guifree was charged with one count of involuntary manslaughter for his role in a machine gun shoot at which eight-year-old Christopher Bizilj accidentally shot himself.Gufree’s anticipated defense at trial was that the death of Christopher Bizilj was a tragic accident, and that Gufree’s actions did not cause Christopher Bizilj’s death. The evidence to be presented at trial would have showed that Christopher Bizilj’s father had signed a waiver and affirmed that he understood the dangers accompanying the firing of the weapons at the event, which included serious injury and death, and certified that his sons had adequate training to use those firearms.
- The evidence would have shown Christopher Bizilj’s father selected the weapons for his sons to shoot, including a micro uzi. When the line officer informed Christopher Bizilj’s father that he did not think Christopher Bizilj should use the micro uzi because that the weapon shot quickly and kicked back hard, Mr. Bizilj insisted that his son use that weapon. Christopher Bizilj died after he lost control of the micro uzi that he was shooting with the assistance of an instructor.
Attorney Phillips’ aggressive pre trial efforts resulted in the Commonwealth’s dismissal of charges on the eve of trial.
2. One million dollar wrongful death recovery against big three automaker for roll over case.
Attorney Phillips: In the News
- Charges Dropped in Manslaughter Case
- Springfield Area Lawyers Help Tornando Victims
- Massachusetts Gun Show Case
- Massachusetts Gun Show Case 2
- Dial A Lawyer Program 2011
- Dial A Lawyer Program 2012
- Dial A Lawyer Program 2013
Posted on November 4, 2011
- Excellent attention to details, able to look long range and provide a outcome that won’t only be good for today. In a sticky juvenile legal situation Steve was able to see that my son’s entire future wasn’t ruined and that he was treated fairly. He was able to help us in this emergency situation with speed and justice that will never be forgotten. My son would not be in the career he is today without Steve’s swift attention to detail.
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Attorney Scott W. Day has been a dedicated attorney since he began practicing law in 2005. He has handled hundreds of cases involving real estate, serious personal injuries, motor vehicle collisions, premises liability, landlord-tenant matters, divorce, land disputes, consumer protection, and many others, producing great results for his clients both in and out of the courtroom. Attorney Day is passionate about advocacy and utilizes his courtroom skills to assist his clients during difficult times, whether it is a serious personal injury or a difficult divorce.
Western New England University, School of Law, J.D., 2005
Assistant Editor for Western New England University School of Law, Law Review, 2005
Arizona State University, B.S., 2000