Mr. McCullough is a partner and co-founder of the law firm of Mazow | McCullough, PC. Before forming Mazow | McCullough, PC, Mr. McCullough worked for a Massachusetts automobile insurance carrier and was the person responsible for investigating, evaluating, and resolving serious injury claims. After passing the Massachusetts Bar, Mr. McCullough then worked defending automobile insurance carriers in courts throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It was during this time that Mr. McCullough gained invaluable experience regarding the strategy and mindset of the insurance companies. Armed with this knowledge, Mr. McCullough became an expert in the area of personal injury and insurance claims.
Mr. McCullough has been qualified as an expert and has testified in various district and superior courts throughout Massachusetts concerning his opinion on various insurance tactics and claims handling practices. There are only a handful of personal injury lawyers in the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts with this background who have been qualified by the courts as an “expert”; Mr. McCullough is one of them.
Mr. McCullough has tried a case to a favorable verdict in every court within Essex County, including both the district and superior courts. In addition, Mr. McCullough has represented seriously injured individuals in courts throughout Massachusetts. Further, Mr. McCullough successfully argued several cases at the Appellate Division of the Massachusetts District Court that dramatically changed the landscape and leveled the playing field on behalf of consumers, plaintiffs, and medical providers, forcing Massachusetts automobile insurers to pay the medical bills for those seeking Personal Injury Protection Benefits.
One of the hallmarks of Mr. McCullough’s career is that in 2005 he obtained the largest jury verdict out of the Lawrence District Court relating to personal injuries due a motor vehicle collision within the last 25 years.
Mr. McCullough brings his compassion and wealth of automobile insurance experience when representing those seriously injured. Mr. McCullough and his law partner, Robert Mazow, have now devoted their careers to helping individuals and families during their times of need.
Mr. McCullough is a member of the American Bar Association, the Essex County Bar Association, and the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys. He is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and Federal Bar, First Circuit, as well as the Bar of New Hampshire.
Mr. McCullough makes his home in Danvers, Massachusetts, with his wife and five children. After work and on any given weekend, you will find Mr. McCullough at the local baseball/softball diamond, soccer field, or football field coaching and helping out his kids’ various sports teams.
Bar and Court Admissions
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
State of New Hampshire
United States District Court of Massachusetts
United States District Court of New Hampshire
United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
B.A., Plymouth State, 1994
J.D., New England School of Law, 1999
Professional and Community Associations
Member, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
Member, Essex County Bar Association
Honors and Awards
2017 Massachusetts Super Lawyers
2016 Massachusetts Super Lawyers
$6.1 million for wrongful death of young mother due to motor vehicle crash
$1.2 million for wrongful death of 16 year old boy from drowning
$1.2 million for wrongful death of elderly woman from E. Coli food poisoning
$700,000 for injuries and death of woman who fell from wheelchair due to improper transfer
$650,000 for serious injuries to a woman from a head on-collision with commercial vehicle
$600,000 for permanent facial scarring to a woman from a dog attack
$600,000 for facial burns resulting from commercial drain cleaner
$450,000 for permanent facial scarring to a young girl from a dog attack
$350,000 for shoulder injury resulting from bicycle crash due to motor vehicle negligence
$250,000 for leg injuries resulting from a man pinned between two vehicles