Egan, Flanagan & Cohen is a nearly century-old law firm located in Springfield, Massachusetts. The Firm provides expert legal services and representation in a wide range of practice areas with particular concentration on civil litigation, criminal defense, labor and employment, probate, and real estate. Numerous members of the Firm have received awards recognizing them as among the best in their field.
The attorneys at the Firm are active members of their communities, serving as members of nonprofit boards, community organizations, bar organizations, church committees, as youth athletic coaches, and as elected and appointed officials. A number of the attorneys at the Firm are military veterans.
Honoring a Legacy. Prepared for Today.
The year was 1924. Northampton’s Calvin Coolidge was elected President of the United States, becoming the first U.S. president to deliver a radio broadcast from the White House.
In Springfield, Attorney James F. Egan opened a law practice in the historic Court Square Building, in the shadow of the Old First Church, where abolitionist John Brown once worshiped and where statesman Daniel Webster spoke.
Over the course of nearly a century, as Springfield became a hub of commerce and the region of Western Massachusetts grew and developed, so, too, did Egan, Flanagan & Cohen.
And while today’s Firm is located a short distance away in downtown Springfield on Market Street, there are still Egans working at the Firm. Today, Egan, Flanagan & Cohen offers a wide range of legal services with particular expertise in the areas of civil litigation, corporate representation, criminal defense, probate, and real estate.
Unlike many large law firms, our clients have direct access to principals of the Firm. Retaining an attorney at Egan, Flanagan & Cohen means hiring a team of one of the region’s largest and most respected firms.
It is a law firm that both honors its legacy of service to the region and possesses the up-to-date legal skills needed to provide outstanding representation in an ever-changing environment.