Massachusetts Attorney Chris Leazott, Labor and Employment Law; Wrongful Termination, Insurance Claims, Personal Injury Matters, Consumer Protection, Health Care, and Estate Planning Attorney

Chris Leazott, Esq.

Associate

Offices: Raynham, Quincy, and Plymouth, Massachusetts

Phone: 508-880-6677

Fax: 508-880-6679

E-mail: Cleazott@cohencleary.com

Attorney Leazott is an Associate in the Raynham office of Cohen Cleary, P.C. Prior to joining Cohen Cleary P.C. as an Associate, Attorney Leazott worked at Cohen Cleary P.C. for four years. Attorney Leazott worked for the firm as a Law Clerk, and eventually joined the firm as an Associate after becoming a licensed Attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Attorney Leazott’s has acquired experience during his years working at Cohen Cleary, P.C. and makes diligent use of his knowledge of the law in working to assist the firm’s clients.

Areas of practice: Civil Litigation; Labor and Employment Law; Wrongful Termination; MCAD and EEOC Representation; Discrimination Law; Sexual Harassment; Unemployment Appeals; Insurance Claims; Car Accidents and other Personal Injury Matters; Consumer Protection Law; Health Care Law; HIPAA Violations; Estate Planning and Preparation of Last Will and Testament, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Proxies, and Trusts; Probate and Estate Administration; Probate and Estate Litigation; Guardianships; Conservatorships; MassHealth Appeals; Short Term Disability Insurance Appeals; Long Term Disability Insurance Appeals; Domestic and Harassment Restraining Orders; Breach of Contract; Business law; Debt Defense; Debt Collection and Judgment Enforcement.

Attorney Leazott earned his Juris Doctorate Degree from the University of Massachusetts School of Law where he graduated Cum Laude. During his time at the University of Massachusetts School of Law, Attorney Leazott was the Managing Editor of the University of Massachusetts Law Review where he received honorary awards such as Editor of the Year. Attorney Leazott was also assisted in teaching Contract Law in his second and third years of law school. Attorney Leazott also served as a Research Assistant for a law professor, specifically for the publication with the BYU Journal of Public Law titled A Modest Proposal on Supreme Court Unanimity to Constitutionally Invalidate Laws. Attorney Leazott earned the Dean’s Service Award from the University of Massachusetts School of Law which was awarded in recognition of his constant service and commitment to the University of Massachusetts School of Law.

Attorney Leazott earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth where he graduated with a degree in Crime and Justice Studies. During his time at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Attorney Leazott received awards for his outstanding achievements as a student.