Attorney George A. Ramirez focuses his practice on Personal Injury Law, primarily workers' compensation. Mr. Ramirez has extensive experience in this area, having served as a Conciliator, Trust Fund Counsel, and member of the Judicial Nominating Panel at the Department of Industrial accidents. He has also participated as a panelist at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) on Workers' Compensation seminars. Mr. Ramirez practiced law from 2001-2007, re-opening his private practice in 2015, representing both injured workers and employers. Mr. Ramirez will also handle Administrative Law and Contract Law.
Prior to re-opening his practice, Mr. Ramirez served as Executive Vice President of Operations for MassDevelopment, a quasi state agency. Prior to that, he served as General Counsel to the Secretary of Housing and Economic Development (EOHED) under Gov. Deval L. Patrick's Administration. Mr. Ramirez also served as chairman of the Economic Assistance Coordinating Council, a member of Emerging Technology Fund Advisory Committee, and as a member of Gov. Patrick's Development Cabinet. Earlier in his career, Mr. Ramirez served as a member of the City Council for the City of Lowell, Ma., an aide to former Gov. William F. Weld, advisor to former State Sen. Dan P. Leahy, and as an aide to forner State Sen. Paul J. Sheehy. He has also served as a Trustee for Suffolk University and on many other boards and commissions.