Kelsey Raycroft Rose

Top rated Personal Injury attorney in Boston, Massachusetts

Rose Law Boston
Kelsey Raycroft Rose
Rose Law Boston

Practice Areas: Personal Injury, Civil Litigation; view more

Licensed in Massachusetts since: 2014

Education: New England Law | Boston

Selected to Rising Stars: 2016 - 2020, 2022 - 2024

Rose Law Boston

75 State Street
Suite 100
Boston, MA 02109


Kelsey Rose is a dedicated attorney with the law firm of Morgan & Morgan’s Boston, Massachusetts, location. A highly regarded civil litigation attorney, she works hard to fight for the rights and best interests of her clients in personal injury clams involving motor vehicle and trucking collisions, wrongful death, with specialized experience with traumatic spine and brain injuries, as well as premises liability specializing in fire and explosion claims. She has served as counsel on multiple high-profile claims including representing the family of Odin Lloyd in their wrongful death claim against Aaron Hernandez and representing multiple families in wrongful death fire claims including the family of fallen firefighter, Michael Kennedy, who was tragically killed in the Back Bay Fire, and the families of those killed in Lowell in an apartment building fire that resulted in the deaths of seven residents.

Known for her commitment and strategic approach, Attorney Rose tries to eliminate disputes by representing her clients in arbitrations, mediations and settlement negotiations. However, for those cases that do not settle amicably, she remains prepared with the necessary skills and resources to litigate all the critical issues in court. She has procured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements on behalf of her clients, and one of her results was featured on the “Top 5 Verdicts in Massachusetts” by

A magna cum laude undergrad graduate, Ms. Rose completed her Bachelor of Science with a concentration in criminology and criminal justice in 2011. She pursued her legal education at the New England School of Law, where she functioned on the Board of the Executive Office of Athletic Affairs. She is also a recipient of the Dean's Merit Scholarship and a grant from the Center for Business Law Fellowship Program.

Ms. Rose worked as a legal intern to the Honorable Judge Judith Fabricant at the Massachusetts Superior Court. She earned her Juris Doctor in 2014 and passed both the Massachusetts and New York Bar in the summer of 2014.  Additionally, she has appeared before the United States Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit and the federal courts of Massachusetts. She is an active member of the Massachusetts Bar Association.

Practice areas

Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff, Civil Litigation: Plaintiff

Focus areas

Brain Injury, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Premises Liability - Plaintiff, Trucking Accidents, Wrongful Death

  • 50% Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
  • 50% Civil Litigation: Plaintiff

First Admitted: 2014, Massachusetts

Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Massachusetts, 2014
  • State of New York, 2014
  • United States District Court - District of Massachusetts, 2016
  • United States First Circuit Court of Appeals, 2016
Educational Background:
  • Northeastern University
  • Arizona State University
Verdicts/Settlements (Case Results):
  • $8.7 million for injured homeowners. The Plaintiffs were represented by Donald R. Grady and Kelsey R. Raycroft of Sheff Law Offices, P.C in Boston.  A Middlesex Superior Court jury found in favor of local a homeowners, awarding more than eight million dollars to a family who suffered permanent injuries due to the negligence of their oil heat service company. In December of 2009, the Plaintiffs ran out of home heating oil.  After having their oil tank filled and the heat restored, the furnace began to puff smoke into their partially finished basement.  The family called The Service Department (TSD) a home heat service and repair company, to have their system serviced.  During the servicing of their system, a flange fitting was left loose, allowing oil to slowly leak onto the unfinished side of the basement.  The leak was eventually discovered by the Plaintiffs who again called TSD to remedy the spill but their attempt included the use of hazardous chemicals which further exacerbated the situation.  Eventually, the Fire Department, local Board of Health, and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection was called to assess the leak, but the damage had been done to both the property and to the Plaintiff. Over the next few months, the Plaintiff’s health deteriorated to the point where he could no longer work and was oxygen dependent.  Prior to this incident the Plaintiff had been in the military and had become very successful creating his own business and securing numerous contracts with the department of defense.  At the time of trial, the Plaintiff’s condition has stabilized but as his doctor testified, he will be unable to work and will be dependent on oxygen for the duration of his life.  At the time of trial, his condition has stabilized but his doctor testified that the Plaintiff will be unable to work and will be dependent on oxygen for the duration of his life. The jury found the primary defendant, TSD, the oil heat service company, liable for injuries sustained by the plaintiffs.  At the close of evidence, attorneys for the Plaintiffs were successful in their motion for directed verdict against the main defendant’s counter-claim of misrepresentation. At trial, there was no dispute that the oil leak had occurred; however, there was much dispute over how the leak had occurred and the amount of oil that had leaked.  TSD testified the leak had occurred but offered that the leak could not have occurred due to installation of an Oil Safety Valve (OSV).  The jury heard expert testimony from heat system engineer for the Plaintiffs as to how the system worked, how the leak occurred despite installation of an OSV as well as the defendant’s duties as oil heat technicians. The trial lasted seven (7) days at Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn before the Honorable Judge Robert Gordon.  The $6.2 million verdict against the single defendant consisted of $7.2 million in damages for the damages stemming from the physical injuries suffered by the Plaintiff with 75% attributed to defendant and 25% attributed to the Plaintiff for contributory negligence ($5.4 million), $800,000 for the loss of consortium claim made by the wife of the physically injured Plaintiff, and $30,000 for property damage.  With interest, the recovery exceeds $8.7 million., 2015
  • Super Lawyers, Rising Star & Top Female Attorneys, Boston Magazine, 2019
  • Top 5 Verdicts in Massachusetts, 2015
  • Super Lawyers, Rising Star & Top Female Attorneys, Boston Magazine, 2016
  • Super Lawyers, Rising Star & Top Female Attorneys, Boston Magazine, 2017
  • Super Lawyers, Rising Star & Top Female Attorneys, Boston Magazine, 2018

Office location for Kelsey Raycroft Rose

75 State Street
Suite 100
Boston, MA 02109

Phone: 617-794-2707


8 Years Rising Stars
  • Rising Stars: 2016 - 2020, 2022 - 2024

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