A Tradition of Accomplishment
The Law Firm of Egan,
Flanagan and Cohen, P.C. traces its roots to the historic Court Square Building in
Springfield, where Attorney James F. Egan first opened a law practice in 1924. During the
next seven decades, through the prosperity of the twenties, the Great Depression, World
War II and post-war development, as the Pioneer Valley grew, so too did the firm.
In 1984, requiring larger quarters for its ever-expanding practice, law library, and
communication technology, the firm moved to its present location in Springfield's
Marketplace, on a historically restored, brick, lamplit lane.
The restored antiquity of the Marketplace, and the modern design and technology of
the Egan, Flanagan and Cohen, P.C. office, form a fitting representation of the firm-proud
of its accomplished tradition, yet dedicated to utilizing the best resources of the
A Philosophy of Excellence
The law firm of Egan, Flanagan and Cohen, P.C. has a simple philosophy
that forms the foundation of its long-standing success. That philosophy begins with men
and women of strong commitment and character who have distinguished themselves as both
students and practitioners of the law. We believe that when a client retains an attorney,
the client places faith not only in the attorney's knowledge and practice of the law, but
also in the character and commitment that is brought to the task.
Retaining an attorney from the law firm of Egan, Flanagan and Cohen, P.C. means more than
simply employing an attorney from a long-standing, leading regional law firm; it means
employing someone selected from that firm by virtue of demonstrating outstanding legal
knowledge and talent. Each member of the firm is committed to offer every client
unsurpassed focus and attentiveness.
In short, our attorneys are expected to be not merely students of the law, but members of
a team that will bring to bear all of its resources to achieve the best resolution of your
legal matter. The long-standing success, growth, and prosperity of our firm are testimony
to our meeting that expectation.