Trial Attorney & Legal Consultant with a Reputation for Compassion & Creativity

Protecting the legal & Constitutional rights of Massachusetts & New York Residents

Mark F. Itzkowitz, Esq. is an accomplished and highly-esteemed trial attorney who protects the legal and Constitutional rights of Massachusetts residents in civil litigation. As a sole practitioner in Boston, Mark concentrates in victims' rights, negligent security, premises liability, civil rights, police and official misconduct, employment, discrimination, lead poisoning, and general tort litigation. Since 1985, he has been representing victims of violent crime, including sexual assault survivors and homicide victims.

Mark was admitted to practice law in Massachusetts in 1983 and in New York in 1984. He has a reputation for providing practical and compassionate legal advice in highly complex cases, and he has argued and participated in many cases before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, as well as state and federal trial and appellate courts.

Mark is a tenacious and competent trial litigator known for seeking novel solutions to difficult and unresolved issues. He has earned an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest rating, for his high ethical standards and professional ability. Mark also has been selected as one of Massachusetts Super Lawyers in 2007 and 2010-2021, a recognition given to only the top 5% of Massachusetts attorneys. He has written and lectured for attorneys, professional audiences, and others throughout the country, and he has been quoted in several publications as a commentator on various cases.

Fighting for the rights of the individual for more than 30 years
Mark has successfully litigated and resolved complex cases for decades, often through trial, appeal, mediation, and/or negotiation with insurance carriers. He has particular expertise in the following areas:

Victims' Rights — Crime victims have significant rights, including the right to seek financial compensation from a perpetrator, and/or from others whose unreasonable conduct enabled the crime to occur.

Discrimination — The law, under various statutes, protects you against discrimination of many types, including racial discrimination, sex discrimination, age discrimination, and religious discrimination in employment, housing, and other settings.

Civil Rights — The Massachusetts, New York, and United States Constitutions, as well as many statutes, provide you with a wealth of rights and protections in many areas.

Working with Mark
Survivors of trauma and severe injuries rarely can afford to pay a lawyer. Understanding that, consultations are free and Mark accepts almost all of his cases on contingent fee – meaning that Mark only takes his fee if he is successful in helping his clients recover compensation. He also consults with other counsel on complex matters and regularly accepts case referrals. 

Call Mark at 617.695.1848 or connect with him online.