Paul F. X. Yasi
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1987
- U.S. Federal District Court 1988
Areas of Practice:
Personal Injury Litigation including Automobile Accidents, Property Accidents, Dog Bites, Product Liability Claims, Slip and Fall Claims, Bad Faith Insurance Claims,Worker’s Compensation Claims, Domestic Relations and Estate Matters, Real Estate and Contract Law Disputes, Consumer Protection Class Action, General Civil Litigation
Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, J.D 1987
After working for four years in a general civil practice on State Street in Downtown Boston from 1987 to 1990, Paul Yasi, along with his father, retired Probate Court Judge Robert L. Yasi, founded the law firm of Yasi & Yasi, P.C
Paul has practiced exclusively in the area of civil Litigation for the past twenty-five years, focusingon all types of personal injury, domestic relations, Class action matters and general civil litigation.
He is a member of the Massachusetts Associationof Trial Attorneys (MATA), the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Essex County Bar Association and the Salem Bar Association.
John R. Yasi
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1990
Areas of Practice:
Personal Injury Litigation including Automobile Accidents, Property Accidents, Dog Bites, Product Liability Claims, Slip and Fall Claims, Bad Faith Insurance Claims Worker’s Compensation Claims , Domestic Relations and Estate Matters, Real Estate and Contract Law Disputes, Consumer Protection Class Action, General Civil Litigation
Arizona State University 1986
Suffolk University Law School, Boston,Massachusetts 1990
John has been a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association since 1990. Since that time, he has been in partnership with his brother, Attorney Paul F.X. Yasi. They have built a practice in Salem, Massachusetts, which concentrates on civil litigation as well as class action lawsuits.
John has practiced exclusively representing plaintiffs for over twenty years, focusing mainly on motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, products liability and general civil litigation.
John’s class action practice primarily involves disputes with various insurance companies which are common to persons whom he has represented in connection with injury cases over the years.
Presently, John is in the process of settling a class action lawsuit which he filed against most of the major Massachusetts auto insurers regarding their systemic refusal to pay his clients the interest they were due following arbitration awards. The filing of the lawsuit, and it successful litigation, has led the major auto insurers in Massachusetts to now voluntarily pay the interest owed to the customer, without the need for protracted litigation, court costs and attorney’s fees.
Mark T. Rumson
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1996
- U.S. Federal District Court 1997
Areas of Practice:
Personal Injury Litigation including Automobile Accidents, Property Accidents, Slip and Fall Claims, Bad Faith Insurance Claims, Domestic Relations Matters, Contract Law Disputes, Admiralty Law, Insurance Defense Litigation and General Civil Litigation
Salem State College, B.S. (Elementary Education)
1990 Sawyer School of Management, Suffolk University, Masters in Public Administration (Concentration in Health Care Administration)
1992 Suffolk University Law School, J.D. 1996
Mark T. Rumson has been a practicing attorney since 1997. Mark joined the Law Offices of Yasi and Yasi in 2011 after having worked at a Boston law firm specializing in General Civil Litigation and Insurance Defense Litigation for over fourteen years.
Mark is a senior litigation attorney, representing the firm’s clients in the litigation actions filed in Massachusetts state courts and in the United States Federal District Court. Mark also oversees, handles and/or presents cases submitted for alternative dispute resolution and has represented clients in hundreds of arbitrations and mediations, over the years. Mark also has extensive trial experience in both the district and superior courts of the Commonwealth.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Mark obtained a Masters Degree in Public Administration and worked in the health care industry in a variety of roles.
Mark has also volunteered as a court-appointed mediator/conciliator in a number of district courts throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Kayla M. Correa
- Commonwealth of Massachusetts 2013
Areas of Practice:
Personal Injury Litigation including Automobile Accident, Property Accident, Slip and Fall Claims, and Small Claims.
University of Miami, B.A. 2009
Suffolk University Law School, J.D. 2013
Prior to joining Yasi & Yasi, P.C. in the summer of 2014, Kayla worked for a private contractor for the MBTA negotiating acquisitions of properties for the Green Line Extension Project and as a commercial broker specializing and Transit Oriented Development. While attending Suffolk University Law School, she interned at two personal injury law firms specializing in plaintiff’s personal injury and clerked at a maritime law firm specializing in insurance defense. Kayla was also a member of the Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy and the Moot Court Honor Board. Her note topic discussing premises liability in Massachusetts post Papadopoulos v. Target Corp. was published in the Summer 2013 edition of the Suffolk Law School’s Journal of Trial and Appellate Advocacy.
Kayla is a member of the Massachusetts Association of Trial Attorneys (MATA), the Massachusetts Bar Association, and the Greater Lynn Bar Association.