Ross & Ross, P.C.

121 State St.Suite 201Springfield, MA 01103- 1986

Updated: 01/28/2015


The Ross name has a long standing tradition in the Western Massachusetts Legal Community.  The late John D. Ross of Holyoke, purchased a safe, typewriter, filing cabinets, and library from the late William T. Dillon in 1931 to open up the law office of John D. Ross.  In 1948, John D. Ross, Jr. joined his father at the Springfield law offices to establish the law firm of Ross & Ross.  In 1985, Cauleen Ross Kearney and John D. Ross, III joined the firm.

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Practice Areas

  • Mass Tort
  • Premises Liabiliy
  • Nursing Home Neg
  • Construction Site
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Insurance Defense
  • Defense of Self Presured
  • Slip & Fall
  • Product Liability
  • Dram Shop


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121 State St.Suite 201Springfield, MA 01103- 1986


  • (413) 736-1247


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