Patrick BanfieldOf Counsel
Patrick concentrates his practice on the representation of individuals who have suffered personal injury or experienced unlawful workplace discrimination or retaliation. Prior to joining the Law Office of Alan H. Crede, Mr. Banfield worked as an attorney for two highly-regarded Boston litigation firms where he defended civil claims in state and federal court. Mr. Banfield’s practice specifically focused on the defense of lawsuits involving toxic tort matters, personal injury, premises liability, insurance coverage disputes, construction defect claims, and contract actions. Mr. Banfield’s prior defense work guides him in aggressively pursuing the claims of individuals, negotiating settlements, and trying cases before juries when necessary.
As a member of the states bar in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, Mr. Banfield is able to represent individuals in several New England states. Mr. Banfield also is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Before practicing, Mr. Banfield received his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law, where he was a Dean’s Scholarship recipient, and his B.A. in history from the University of Vermont.
Having grown up in Dorchester, Mr. Banfield is a lifelong resident of Boston and graduate of Boston Latin School. He currently resides in Jamaica Plain.