Jerome E. Falbo
Attorney Falbo has been practicing in the town of Winthrop Massachusetts since 1975. He attended Boston University and graduated from New England School of Law.
Attorney Falbo began his career as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County. Forty years ago he opened his own private practice in Winthrop and since then he has specialized in Trial Litigation, Mediation, Estate Planning, Personal Injury, Real Estate and Workman's Compensation. He has successfully settled several cases in the quarter of a million dollar range and argued at the highest courts in the State.
Attorney Falbo is also an active member of the community. He is a member of the Massport Community Advisory Committee, the Justinian Law Society, and he is a former member of the Winthrop Planning Board and Winthrop Democratic Town Committee.
Edmund J. Solari (1937-2018)
Attorney Solari graduated from New England School of Law in 1966 and has been practicing law with Falbo, Solari & Goldberg since 1975 in the town of Winthrop Massachusetts. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Justinian Law Society, and North Suffolk County Bar Association.
He has represented both Plaintiff's and Defendant's in personal injury cases and he also specializes in divorce, insurance subrogation, and toxic torts.
Russell Z. Goldberg
Attorney Goldberg graduated from New England School of Law in 1986 and is the managing partner of the Peabody office of Falbo, Solari & Goldberg.
Attorney Goldberg specializes in arbitration, business and commercial law, divorce, real estate law, and appellate procedures.
He is a member of the Real Estate Bar Association, Essex County Bar Association, and is an Associate Professor at Middlesex Community College.
Debra Ann Goldberg
Attorney Debra Ann Goldberg received her J.D. from New England School of Law in 1999 and her B.S. in Business Administration from University of Massachusetts at Lowell in 1996.
Attorney Goldberg has been with Falbo, Solari & Goldberg since 1996. She belongs to the Essex County Bar Association and is a notary public.
David A. Stasio
David A. Stasio joined the firm of Falbo, Solari and Goldberg in May of 2004. He graduated from New England School of Law, he is a Cum Laude graduate of Salem State College, he has a Masters Degree in Business Administration and has studied the English Criminal Justice System at Thames Valley University in London.
Attorney Stasio maintains a general practice representing individual and business clients, both for profit and not-for-profit. His practice areas include Contracts, Real Estate, Probate and Family, Zoning and Land Use, Business Law, Administrative Law, Workman’s Compensation, Employment, Personal Injury, Elder Law and Estate Planning.
Attorney Stasio is a licensed Massachusetts Attorney, Real Estate Broker and Title Agent. Attorney Stasio has also been a part-time adjunct faculty member at North Shore Community College since 2006. He has taught courses in Real Estate Law, Business Law, Business Organizations and Introduction to Business. In 2013 he was awarded Adjunct Faculty of the Year at North Shore Community College.
Dalibor Konchar was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar Association in 2006. He is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Salem State University.
His areas of practice include Real Estate, Personal Injury, Immigration, and Family Law. Additionally, Attorney Konchar is highly experienced in Condominium Law. He is a native speaker of Bosnian and works with the members of various ethnic communities that resettled from Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Kosovo and other countries that emerged from the Former Yugoslavia, and who now reside in the Greater Boston area.
In addition to being a versatile attorney, Mr. Konchar holds a Real Estate Broker License and is the owner of Argos Real Estate. Mr. Konchar also offers seasonal Individual and Business Income Tax Return Preparation services at his Revere office. He also maintains a sophisticated business practice focusing on Condominium Association Property Management.
Erik T. Hagen
Attorney Erik Hagen graduated cum laude from New England Law | Boston in May 2014. While in school, Attorney Hagen had internships with the Massachusetts Department of Revenue Litigation Department, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts under the Honorable Magistrate Judge Collings, and he was an editor for the New England Law Review and published in Volume 48.
Attorney Hagen started working at Falbo, Solari & Goldberg in August 2013 as a Legal Assistant and transitioned to an Attorney in 2014.
Attorney Hagen's practice focuses primarily on litigation, real estate, family law, and estate planning. Attorney Hagen is experienced in all aspects of trial and conflict resolution from the initial interview up through trial and appeals.
Frank A. D'Agostino
Frank is a graduate of Harvard University (1988) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D. cum laude 1992). He has been a licensed practicing attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts since 1992. Frank has been both a sole practitioner and a partner in a small law firm in East Boston. His practice is primarily focused on real estate, wills, trusts and personal injury law. Frank has represented clients in both the District and Superior state court systems, as well as probate and bankruptcy court.
Frank has been a faculty member in the Criminal Justice Department at Salem State University for the last 24 years, and is currently a tenured Professor of Criminal Justice at North Shore Community College, where he has worked since 2010. His areas of concentration in teaching are Courts, Criminal Law, and Constitutional Issues.