Law Office of Kenneth R. Corson III
Licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Attorney Kenneth R. Corson III, is a Maritime Counselor serving the Greater Boston Area. Attorney Corson has almost 20 years of municipal and maritime knowledge and for several years has managed many aspects of maritime litigation and general insurance defense including marine casualties, personal injuries, Jones Act Defense, and unseaworthiness claims and represented clients before many of the Commonwealth’s Agencies including Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection and Court’s.

Attorney Corson is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and admitted to the United States District Court of Massachusetts.

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The seashore in England is governed by royal prerogative enunciated in the Magna Carta and instilled in the common law. The foreshore, or area between high and low water, is considered special property because it’s neither permanently ocean bottom nor permanently dry land. Therefore, under English common law, the Crown holds title to the foreshore… Read More

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Small claims court is designed to allow a party to take another party to court without involving an attorney. Many of the court rules are relaxed or designed to enabling the plaintiff to argue their case and the defendant to defend their case before an assistant clerk or clerk magistrate. Small claims damages are limited… Read More

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In the United States, we follow the American rule of law. This means that every party pays their own legal fees. If you get summoned to court and you hire an attorney, you will have to pay the legal fees.

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You got a “Summon” and a copy of a lawsuit it the mail from a company you never heard of claiming you owe them money. Hmmm, you ponder as you scratch your head, then you remember a credit card debt from years ago that you thought disappeared. It wasn’t this much, what happened!!

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