Gerard B. Carney
Attorney Gerard Carney was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts in 1980. He was also admitted to the United States Supreme Court in 1984. He is a magna cum laude graduate of Boston College and Suffolk University Law School. He is a member of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA), the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) Workers' Compensation Panel and the American Association for Justice (AAJ).
Gerard Carney is the founding partner of the prior Carney, Hislop & Troupe and then Carney Law Firm, prior to the Carney Law Firm's merger with The Rezendes Law Group. He has dedicated his entire career to the representation of injured workers and their families. Attorney Carney is widely recognized in the legal community as an authority in the field of Massachusetts workers' compensation law on both a local and national level. For over 30 years, Attorney Carney's law practice has focused on the representation of union building tradesmen and tradeswomen who have been injured in the course of their employment. Attorney Carney also represents professional athletes in injury claims and has been an active member of the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) Workers' Compensation panel for more than twenty years.
Attorney Gerard Carney has served as chair of the Worker's Compensation Committee of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorney and also served on MATA's Legislative Committee. Attorney Carney has lectured at various workers' compensation continuing legal education seminars. Attorney Carney has also testified before the Massachusetts Legislature on workers' compensation reform, advocating for fair and reasonable increases in workers' compensation benefits for injured workers and their families. Attorney Carney is a frequent lecturer to local building trade unions and other Massachusetts unions on the subject of workers' compensation law.
J.D., Suffolk University Law School , 1980
B.S., Boston College, 1971
magna cum laude
United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit, 1980
United States District Court District of Massachusetts, 1980
United States District Court District of Rhode Island, 1980
United States Supreme Court, 1984