Christopher DiBella

Attorney Christopher DiBella was named a Massachusetts Super Lawyer from 2011 through 2015. He was awarded “Top 40 Under 40″ by the National Trial Lawyers Association.”
Attorney DiBella offers legal services in the areas of personal injury, family law, divorce, criminal defense including OUI DUI defense. His law offices are located in Methuen, Burlington, and Boston, Massachusetts and he serves clients throughout the Greater Boston region.
Attorney Dibella offers a free initial consultation to evaluate your case.


Languages spoken: English, Spanish


Hourly ($200-350/hour), contingent (25-33%), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (sometimes), Free consultation (30 minutes), Pro bono (5%)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Contact info
DiBella Law Offices, P.C.

45 Osgood Street
Third Floor
Methuen, MA, 01844

Office (978) 327-5140

NH Authorized to practice law 2010 05/12/2011
MA Active 2004 06/26/2016

Super Lawyer Super Lawyers 2015
10 Best under 40 American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys 2014
Super Lawyer Super Lawyers 2014
Top 10 Attorney in Massachusetts National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys, Inc. 2014
Rising Star Super Lawyers 2013
Top Litigators American Society of Legal Advocates 2013
Top 40 under 40 National Trial Lawyers Association 2012
Super Lawyer Super Lawyers 2012
Rising Star SuperLawyers 2011
Rising Star Super Lawyers 2011
National Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma 2001

Work experience
Owner/CEO DiBella Law Offices, P.C. 2004 – Present
Attorney Law office of Robert F. Prendergast 2004 – 2004
Compliance JP Morgan Chase 2003 – 2004
Prosecuting Attorney Essex County District Attorney’s Office 2003 – 2004

Suffolk University Law School Law JD – Juris Doctor 2004
Suffolk University Law School Business Administration MBA 2001
Boston University N/A BA – Bachelor of Arts 1999

Speaking engagements
Improving your Settlement Offers Personal Injury 2011
First Time Home Buyers Seminar Buying a home 2011
Making money in a down real estate market Shortsales and Banruptcy 2007
Do I need a will? Wills and Trusts 2005

Leave a Comment