Thanks to our employees who wrapped 250 gifts today.  These items will be donated to the residents of the Heading Home Shelter.  Our employees contributed sheets, blankets, comforters, gloves, sweaters, coats and a wide variety of household items.  We are grateful to Sandi Goodwin who has coordinated the effort each year by organizing, coordinating, shopping… Read More


Every year on December 7th, Americans across the nation honor those who lost their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. This year marks the 76th anniversary of that fateful day when 2,403 non-combatants were killed in a surprise attack on the Naval Station in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Attack On the morning of December… Read More


We are pleased to announce that five attorneys from Thornton Law Firm have been selected to the 2017 Massachusetts Super Lawyers list. This is an exclusive list, recognizing no more than five percent of attorneys in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Congratulations to Michael P. Thornton, David J. McMorris, Andrew S. Wainwright, Garrett J. Bradley, and Andrea Marino Landry on their selection to the Super Lawyers list.
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Attorneys who try cases get all the attention and accolades when juries agree that our clients deserve full compensation for their injuries. We know, however, that no trial attorney succeeds without a dedicated team of professionals whose invaluable contributions behind the scenes make everything possible.… Read More


Second Multi-Million Asbestos Related Verdict for Boston Law Firm in Two Weeks BOSTON, Mass.– A Superior Court jury in Boston returned a verdict of $6.8 million dollars against New England Insulation, a Canton company that distributed and installed asbestos insulation material until the early 1970s. Former Massachusetts insulator Timothy Ross passed away due to mesothelioma,… Read More


A Superior Court jury in Boston returned a verdict of $7.55 million dollars against New England Insulation, a Canton company who distributed and installed asbestos insulation material until the early 1970’s.  Gerald Sylvestre, a former worker in the Public Service of New Hampshire Merrimack Power Station in Bow NH, developed pleural mesothelioma, an asbestos-caused cancer, in 2015 and is currently undergoing treatment.… Read More