Lovett & Lovett is a law firm dedicated to helping people. That means we only represent individuals, not insurance companies or corporations. The focus of our practice is to represent people in Massachusetts and Rhode Island who have serious injuries due to someone else’s negligence. Whether this is the result of a motor vehicle accident, a hazard on somebody’s property, a defective product or because of medical malpractice, Lovett & Lovett puts experience, knowledge and personalized attention to work for you to get the results you deserve.
Our other areas of practice include helping injured workers to collect Workers Compensation, Social Security, Unemployment and Disability benefits. Lovett & Lovett provides respectful legal services to people who are ending their marriages by way of divorce. We can assist clients with matters such as child support, alimony and spousal support and physical placement. We represent people accused of a variety of serious crimes including DUI and DWI as well as Traffic Court for those who have had their licenses either suspended or revoked as a result. All services are available throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Carl J.S. Lovett
C.J. Lovett was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. He has been practicing law since 1995. He is a graduate of Boston University and Southern New England School of Law (now University of Massachusetts School of Law). C.J. concentrates his practice in the area of personal injury claims particularly motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall injuries, product liability and medical malpractice claims.
C.J. has extensive legal experience and the knowledge to successfully and competently resolve these claims. He understands the complex issues of law, engineering, medical treatment and economics involved in these cases. He is committed to protecting the rights of those who have been injured and to help them obtain the financial recovery they deserve. Because he believes in advocacy for all those who suffer personal injury, regardless of their financial status, payment for his services comes only if and when he obtains a financial recovery for you.
C.J. has been a member of the Massachusetts Bar and the Federal District Court of Massachusetts since 1995. Because of his sincere desire to help others he has volunteered and served on the Boards of the R.I. Youth Guidance Center and the Bureau of Jewish Education. He has also volunteered time at PeaceLove Studios; an organization that is dedicated to spreading understanding about mental illness through the creative arts and de-stigmatizing mental illness as a public health issue.
Sam Lovett was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. He has been practicing law since 1996. He graduated from Clark University and the Southern New England School of Law (now the University Of Massachusetts School Of Law). Sam concentrates his practice in workers’ compensation, social security and employment matters. He also represents criminal defendants in various courts in Massachusetts.
Sam is a designated Panel Attorney for the Professional Hockey Players Association, and represents professional athletes in disability and workers’ compensation claims. Sam has the knowledge and expertise to understand the players’ contracts, collective bargaining agreements and collateral benefits provided to the players and how they interact with workers’ compensation.
Sam has represented professional hockey players throughout New England and the United States who have played for the Boston Bruins, Edmonton Oilers, San Jose Sharks, Colorado Avalanche, New Jersey Devils, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Islanders, Anaheim Ducks, Carolina Hurricanes, Providence Bruins, Worcester Sharks, Lowell Devils, Springfield Falcons and Florida Everblades.
Sam is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Federal District Court in the district of Massachusetts. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association.
Patricia Watson was born and raised in East Providence, Rhode Island. She has been practicing law since 1989. She graduated from Providence College and Suffolk University Law School. She concentrates her practice in the areas of civil litigation, personal injury, workers’ compensation, domestic relations, criminal and real estate and probate matters.
Patty served on the Board of Directors for the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association from 1998 to 2006. She also served on the board of Directors for the East Providence Chamber of Commerce from 2006 to 2008. Since 1995, Patty has dedicated herself to providing counseling and court assistance to indigent clients. Such dedication has earned her the Homeless Legal Clinic Award in 1997, Pro Bono Publico Award in 1999 and the Rhode Island Bar Association Dorothy Lohnmann Community Service Award in 2001.
Patty is licensed to practice law in the state of Rhode Island and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.