After graduating from Suffolk University Law School in 2003, Adam J. Troupe went to work as an assistant district attorney for District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett in Essex County. There, he gained valuable courtroom experience, trying a wide range of criminal cases on a daily basis. He further helped supervise the prosecution of cases in Juvenile Court in Lawrence.
Following his time at the District Attorney’s Office, Attorney Troupe then went to work for Carney and Troupe in Boston. There, he began his career in representing injured workers and individuals in workers’ compensation, social security disability, and disability retirement cases. In 2009, Attorney Troupe and his father established Troupe Law Office, located in Peabody on the North Shore of Boston, focusing their practice in these same areas.
Since joining his father in practice, Attorney Adam Troupe has represented hundreds of injured individuals and their families in a wide variety of cases. Some common examples of our clients include nurses and health care professionals, constructions workers, electricians, plumbers and pipefitters, truck drivers, laborers, landscapers, etc.
Attorney Troupe received his undergraduate degree in Finance from Fairfield University in 2000, and his Law Degree from Suffolk University Law School in 2003. He is an active member in the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA), and MassCosh. He was recently selected as a member of the newly established Workers’ Compensation section of the Mass. Bar Association, and has spoke on numerous occasions in the areas of Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability law.
Attorney Troupe is committed to providing among the best legal representation in his fields.
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- My Employer Wants Me To Return To Work But I Am Still Injured
3 January 2017
- How Much Is My Workers Comp Case Worth?
28 April 2015
- What to do when your Employer is uncooperative following an injury at work?
20 February 2015
- DIA Reviewing Board in Boston rules that returning to work against a doctor’s advice does not satisfy Section 27
12 January 2015
- What percentage must a work injury contribute to establish a “compensable” injury under the Massachusetts Workers’ Comp Act?
9 September 2014
- Attorney William H. Troupe receives favorable Reviewing Board Decision
14 August 2014
- DIA Reviewing Board in Boston rules that specific findings are required in dismissing a Workers’ Compensation claim.
25 July 2014
- DIA Reviewing Board in Boston rules that “worsening” of condition must be causally related to the original work injury
25 July 2014