About Attorney Tim Ahearn
30 years serving the injured in Rhode Island and Massachusetts
more than a lawyer
Prior to becoming an attorney Tim’s employment included warehouse/shipping work as a union member of Teamsters. Tim enjoys spending time with his family, reading, exercising, and playing golf and baseball.
Taught and Coached at a Public High School
Attorney Ahearn spent time on the assembly line at Polaroid and taught and coached at public school. When he is not practicing law Tim enjoys coaching youth sports, attending PC Friar basketball and hockey games, and volunteering.
Sponsors Youth Sports
Tim, a firm believer in supporting our youth, has not only volunteered his time coaching, but has also been sponsoring youth sports for many years. Attorney Ahearn (rear, center) and the team take time for a photo before he treats them to ice cream.
Values Hard Work
Just like the people he represents, attorney Ahearn worked overtime to get where he is and continues to work overtime. He obtained his law degree at Suffolk University in Boston in the evening while working full time.
Attorney Ahearn helped out his local YMCA during the COVID-19 pandemic with a donation of masks.
Here is Attorney Ahearn climbing the presidential mountain range!
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Tim Ahearn’s Areas of Practice
Tim Ahearn has a Bachelors of Arts from Providence College and a Law Degree from Suffolk University Law School. Attorney Ahearn is an experienced attorney and is member of the Rhode Island Trial Lawyer’s Association, Massachusetts Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
Attorney Ahearn Wins
Recovered $175,000.00 for neck and back injuries suffered by a laborer in a lawsuit filed against a utility company for providing a defective ladder for our client to perform underground work.
Ahearn Law has recovered over a million dollars for injured workers in scarring and disfigurement compensation under RI and MA law.
Recovered $175,000.00 for a low back work injury suffered by a longtime construction worker who was unable to return to physical work after undergoing lumbar disc surgery.