John T. Ford
Phone Number (781) 848-9891
John Ford first came to Kenney & Conley, P.C. as a law clerk during the summer following his first year of law school. He returned to the firm the following summer, and remained there throughout law school before eventually joining the firm as an attorney in 2019.
John is a summa cum laude graduate of the Commonwealth Honors College at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, where he earned his degree in criminal justice and homeland security, before going on to graduate cum laude from Suffolk University Law School. Throughout his third year of study, John served as a student attorney with the Accelerator Practice at Suffolk Law, representing low and middle income individuals in landlord-tenant, housing, and consumer protection matters.
John views his practice as a means through which he can contribute to making our society a safer and more just place, seeking accountability when carelessness results in needless injury, pain, loss of life, and suffering. His practice covers the lifespan of his cases, from initial claims practices through litigation in state and federal courts. His work experience encompasses a variety of personal injury practice areas, including construction site and worksite injuries, motor vehicle collisions, trucking accidents, premises liability claims, and unsafe product litigation.
He is also particularly passionate about consumer protection cases, especially the prosecution of claims of unfair and deceptive business and insurance practices. Lastly, he is specially drawn to insurance coverage disputes, and has co-authored briefs to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st circuit, as well as an amicus brief to the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, successfully arguing on behalf of an insured individual to establish insurance coverage for injuries in an underlying lawsuit.
John is a proud member of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys, and is licensed to practice in all State and Federal courts within the Commonwealth, as well as the State Courts of New Hampshire.