Ross Greenstein is a tenacious and dedicated litigator who strives for success and zealously advocates on behalf of his clients. Mr. Greenstein has a wide variety of legal experience in various areas of litigation; all of which are advocating for those who lack representation and are in need of help. He has successfully represented defendants who cannot afford representation in debt collection and housing court litigation through the Volunteer Lawyer’s Project; abused petitioners in protective order hearings in East Boston District Court; and indigent defendants in criminal litigation matters throughout Massachusetts.
Mr. Greenstein previously worked as a contract attorney on numerous complex civil litigation matters for various large Boston law firms. He has developed a firm understanding of the litigation process and how to prevail therein. Mr. Greenstein also has extensive experience representing claimants in hundreds of Social Security Disability hearings throughout the United States.
Mr. Greenstein joined Mazow | McCullough, PC, in 2016 after years of representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases; helping them receive the assistance and compensation they deserve. He continues to fight every day on behalf of his clients in order to achieve success for them and their families.
Mr. Greenstein is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and Federal Bar, First Circuit. He has been a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association and Boston Bar Association. Mr. Greenstein is also a Board Member and Legal Advisor for a Connecticut based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Mr. Greenstein is a 2008 graduate of Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT. He received his Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School in 2011.
Mr. Greenstein was born and raised in Sharon, MA and now lives in Boston. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, skiing in the winter, camping in the summer, and is an avid New England Patriots fan.