Matthew Gilman

Matthew Gilman

Gilman Law, P.C.

21 Main Street
Lunenburg, MA 01420

Phone: 978-612-6447


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About Matthew Gilman

Drunk Driving Attorney and License Suspension Attorney Matthew Gilman is a former Registry of Motor Vehicle's Hearing Officer with a long track record of success. Attorney Gilman excels in the courtroom, the Registry of Motor Vehicles and before the Division of Insurance Board of Appeals. He is a graduate of Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts and obtained his Juris Doctor From Suffolk University Law School graduating Summa Cum Laude and in the top 1% of his class. Attorney Gilman represents clients in every district court across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He has developed a well earned reputation being one of the top license suspension attorneys in Massachusetts.

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