Goddard, Scuteri & Delaney - Salem, MA. - Charles W. Goddard

Massachusetts Law Firm

Charles W. Goddard

Boston College, A.B. 1960 (cum laude)
Boston University School of Law, LL.B. 1963 (cum laude)

Charlie Goddard is an acclaimed insurance defense and personal injury attorney, with over 40 years of practice on the North Shore. Well recognized in the legal community, Charlie has been appointed Chair of the Clients’ Security Board and serves on the Judicial Nominating Committee. As a litigator and mediator, Charlie offers his clients a unique combination of experience, knowledge, and insight. In addition to his significant litigation practice, Charlie is a Conciliator for the Superior Court Trial Department and is a highly sought after mediator of civil disputes.

Active in the North Shore community, Charlie has served as Chairman of Manchester’s Board of Selectmen and Chairman to the Zoning Board of Appeals. He lives in Hamilton, Massachusetts.

Email: cgoddard@gsd-law.com

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