Jason W. Crotty
University of Massachusetts, B.A., Sociology, 1994
- Massachusetts City Solicitors and Town Counsel Association
“The good of the people is the chief law.”–Cicero
Jason Crotty is a senior associate with Pierce, Davis & Perritano, LLP. His practice is focused on litigation and trial advocacy in defense of corporations, individuals, governmental subdivisions and agencies in the Massachusetts state and federal courts.
Mr. Crotty’s practice centers on defending municipalities throughout the Commonwealth in a broad range of areas. This includes defense of public officials and employees in personal injury claims, employment disputes, and civil rights litigation. Additionally, his practice is focused on product liability defense, with an emphasis on defending manufacturers and installers of elevators, escalators and other products and machinery. Notably, Mr. Crotty was involved in several high profile cases, including the toxic exposure litigation which ensued as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in Manhattan, NY, and the civil litigation surrounding the Boston office of the FBI's use of underworld figures as confidential informants and the murders which allegedly resulted from that endeavor.
Before joining Pierce, Davis & Perritano, LLP, Mr. Crotty practiced in Palm Beach County, Florida for a number of years, specializing in products liability and general civil litigation. During law school, Mr. Crotty was a certified legal intern at the Broward County State Attorney's office.
- Town Held Immune For Fire Department Inspections: Friends of the Plymouth Pound, Inc. v. Town of Plymouth, PLCV201100763 (Mass. Super. Ct., Nov. 7, 2011);
- Town Held Immune From Private Nuisance Claim Under the Massachusetts Tort Claims Act: Glasman v. Town of Sharon, NOCV2009-1050 (Mass. Super. Ct., July 22, 2011);
- Tort Suit Dismissed For Failure To Make Adequate Presentment: Kelly v. Wareham, Plymouth Superior Court, C.A. No. 08-00917-B.