After graduating from Suffolk Law School in 2003, Atty. Andrew J. Brodie III began working with injured cyclists and representing individuals who have had their Constitutional rights violated. Soon after, Atty. Brodie began representing people who had been injured in car accidents and those injured by defective products.
In addition to helping the injured, Andrew Brodie also has a passion for criminal law. In 2003 he spent a year working for the Suffolk County District Attorneys where he represented the Commonwealth in criminal matters. He joined the law firm of Jason and Fischer in 2002 and now represents clients in a variety of matters including criminal, personal injury, civil rights and consumer law claims.
Atty. Brodie is available to help injury victims, as well as people who have been arrested, injured by a product or cheated by a company. Atty. Brodie obtained his Bachelor of Science in criminal justice from the University of Massachusetts where he graduated Cum Laude prior to attending Suffolk University Law School. Prior to attending law school, Andrew Brodie was a bicycle Mechanic at Brewster Bike and he now uses his knowledge of bicycles to assist injured cyclists in their personal injury and property damage claims.