Jason & Fischer

About Jason & Fischer

Founded in 1981, Jason & Fischer is a general-practice law firm located in Downtown Boston. The husband-and-wife team of Andrew Fischer and Linda Jason have successfully represented clients in these areas of the law:

  • General civil litigation and personal injury tort litigation in Massachusetts and Federal courts
  • Consumer protection
  • Civil rights and police misconduct cases
  • Residential real estate and condominium law
  • Small business representation
  • Criminal litigation in Massachusetts state courts

Attorney and bicycling advocate Andrew Fischer also represents bicyclists who have been involved in accidents, including accidents with motor vehicles. Mr. Fischer’s bikeattorney.com web site provides a resource for cyclists who have questions about legal services.

Jason & Fischer are also experienced as counselors for small businesses. They represent several bicycle shops, as well as a computer software developer, a high-tech research and development company, and several vendors of CD-ROMs and computer components and accessories.

Consumer Alert

The four major credit bureaus in the US are allowed to release credit info, mailing addresses, phone numbers, etc., to anyone who requests it. If you do not want to be included in the release of your personal info, you can call 1.888.567.8688. Once the message starts you will want option #2 (even though option #1 refers to this email) and then option #3 – Be sure to listen closely, the first option is only for a two-year period. Make sure you wait until they prompt for the third option, which opts you out forever. You should receive their paperwork in the mail confirming that you’ve &dlquo;opted out” within a week of calling them.

Ride your bike or ride the T with your bike to our office

During non-rush-hours, and on weekends, cyclists may bring their bikes on the MBTA Red, Orange and Blue Line subways, and on the Commuter Rail trains. Ride your bike directly to our office, or ride the T to Park Street or Downtown Crossing. You bring your bike right up to the office, and park it there.