Matthew A. Maalouf
As Senior Litigation Associate at The Injury Law Center, Matt specializes in plaintiffs’ personal injury matters, focusing on catastrophic injury cases.
Matt has proven to be a skilled advocate for the severely injured. He has defeated summary judgment against a national big-box retailer in a premises liability case involving snow and ice, resulting in a large settlement at mediation, negotiated a large settlement against a national furniture manufacturer in a products liability case, obtained settlements for dog-bite victims under the Massachusetts Leash Law, and successfully brought numerous matters to plaintiffs’ verdicts in motor vehicle collision trials.
After graduating from law school, Matt worked at a prominent bankruptcy law firm in Boston before shifting his career to focus on plaintiffs’ tort claims. He became a decorated litigation associate with Gillis & Bikofsky, P.C., a leading personal injury firm in Newton, Massachusetts. There, he managed a robust caseload of sizeable personal injury matters for nearly a decade before bringing his talent and experience to The Injury Law Center.
Matt earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Boston University and his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School. While in law school, Matt served as an intern for both the Major Felony Bureau in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and the Litigation Bureau at the Massachusetts Department of Revenue. During his final year, Matt represented the Commonwealth in criminal matters as a Student Prosecutor in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in the Brighton Division of the Boston Municipal Court. Matt was an advocate on the Suffolk University Law School National Trial Team, where he competed in the American Association for Justice’s Student Trial Advocacy Competitions. He also served as a founding officer of Suffolk University’s Lebanese-American Law Student’s Organization.
A Boston native, Matt currently lives in Concord, Massachusetts, with his wife and two daughters. In his free time, Matt enjoys fishing, working on home improvement projects, practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, hiking, and biking with his family.
Matt currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Catholic Lawyers’ Guild of the Archdiocese of Boston.
Matt is licensed to practice law in the State of New Hampshire and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.