Wilson Rogers is an attorney with nearly thirty years of experience. A graduate of Holy Cross and Boston College Law School, he holds Martindale-Hubbell's highest "AV" peer review rating. He has been selected for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America ®, the universally regarded definitive guide to legal excellence. He has also been named as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer, as published in Boston Magazine. For twenty-five years, Wilson Rogers represented the Archdiocese of Boston in numerous litigation matters, including the sexual abuse crisis. He had a lead role in the resolution of a global settlement for $10 million for then pending claims of eighty-six alleged victims of the defrocked priest, John Geoghan. At one time, he oversaw nearly six hundred claims of sexual abuse pending against the Archdiocese of Boston.
He has successfully represented both Plaintiffs and Defendants in a wide range of civil litigation matters over the years of his practice, in both the state and the federal courts, including personal injury, wrongful death, business litigation, negligent hiring, trip and fall, civil rights, motor vehicle, sexual abuse, breach of contract, and employment matters.
Wilson Rogers has represented clients before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, and before the Boards of Registration in Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy.
He also provides counsel to individuals with respect to buying and selling residential properties. He also represents individuals with respect to the preparation of wills, powers of attorney and healthcare proxies.
Wilson Rogers is admitted to practice in both the state and federal courts in Massachusetts, as well as the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals.