Areas of Practice:
Subrogation, Insurance Coverage, Insurance Defense, SIU Claims, Personal Injury and Construction Disputes
Christopher J Greeley, born in Newton, Massachusetts. Admitted to Bar, 2007, Massachusetts; U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts 2009; U.S. District Court, District of Vermont 2010. Memberships: Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston Bar Association. Education: University of Massachusetts (B.A. Magna Cum Laude 2002); Suffolk University (J.D. Dean’s List 2007). Memberships: Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston Bar Association, Plymouth County Bar Association, National Association of Subrogation Professionals.
Chris joined the firm in April of 2017 after working in insurance defense and property claims litigation since 2003. Prior to that, Chris spent a decade working as a residential contractor on oceanfront and historic homes. He maintains an unrestricted MACS Construction Supervisor’s License, and has an OSHA Construction Safety Certification. Chris was selected as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers for five consecutive years.
Chris advises and represent clients in a wide range of insurance coverage and defense matters, and represents insurers in complex subrogation recovery actions. Representative matters involve significant property losses arising from catastrophic events such as fires, floods, explosions, collapse events, chemical misapplications, construction defects, product defects, and various machinery, equipment, and infrastructure breakdowns.
Chris also represent a broad range of clients in commercial disputes and personal matters, ranging from the basic dissolution of mechanic’s liens to intricate personal injury, property damage, and wrongful death matters. He also handles a case load that includes premises liability, property coverage, automobile claims, business claims, breach of contract and bad faith causes of action, suits arising out of material misrepresentations in applications for insurance, and pre-suit investigations of SIU matters.
Chris resides in Norwell with his wife and three children. He is actively involved in the local community, serving as a member of the Community Preservation Committee. He also sits on the Board of Directors for Norwell Boys Youth Lacrosse, and he coaches youth athletics.