Firm Name: Tucker, Saltzman, Dyer &
Year founded: March 2014
Location: Boston, Mass., and Providence,
Number of attorneys: 8
Managing partner: Paul Saltzman
What types of law does your firm handle?
Tucker, Saltzman, Dyer & O'Connell, LLP represents
individuals, businesses and insurance companies in cases involving
product liability, the defense of medical professionals, nursing
homes, and other care facilities and providers, premises liability,
automotive liability, liquor liability, construction accidents and
defects, environmental liability, insurance coverage analysis and
litigation, commercial disputes, employment litigation, subrogation
and general liability.
Any particular areas of law where the firm has made a
name for itself?
We have achieved sustained success and recognition in all areas
of civil litigation, with a concentration in personal injury cases
involving products liability, medical and nursing home liability,
premises liability, construction liability and transportation
liability, and construction defect claims, as well as representing
insurers and insureds in insurance coverage and "bad faith"
What firm attribute do clients find most
Our clients appreciate the depth of knowledge and experience our
attorneys provide, as well as our high level of attention and
Describe a recent volunteer activity the firm has
We will be participating in the MBA's upcoming Mock Interview
Is your firm regularly active with any charitable or
Our lawyers and staff volunteer their time and experience with
multiple organizations, including local youth sports, the Angel
Fund for ALS research, Wreaths Across America, the Susan G. Komen
3-Day and Race For The Cure, and the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer
Is there anything about the firm that people might be
surprised to learn?
We have lawyers that have practiced in Louisiana and Texas.
Why is it important to have all the lawyers in your firm
members of the MBA?
The MBA is an excellent resource for our attorneys with its
educational programs, leadership opportunities and networking.
In what way do you find the MBA beneficial to the
lawyers in your firm?
The MBA is beneficial because it assists our lawyers in being an
active part of the legal community and the educational programs
keep us on top of the law, both as attendees and speakers. As a
defense firm, it also provides us with opportunities to network
with the plaintiffs' bar.
Are there any specific MBA programs you find
particularly helpful to your firm?
The numerous educational programs are always helpful, and the
Lawyers Journal keeps us abreast of the happenings in the
What would you like to see more of at the
We encourage and support the MBA's commitment to expanding legal
services to sections of the population that could not otherwise