John T. Everett, Esquire


John T. Everett is a trial attorney in our Negligence Department. He represents clients who have been injured in a wide range of claims including automobile negligence, premises liability, construction site injuries, product liability, medical malpractice, dog bite, workers compensation, and other general negligence claims. To date, John has recovered millions of dollars in client benefits and continues to maintain high customer satisfaction ratings.

John is admitted to practice in the State of Maryland and District of Columbia. He is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, the American Association for Justice, the Maryland Association for Justice, the Maryland State Bar Association, the Prince George’s County Bar Association, and he is a moderator of the Beltway Reptile Group.

John graduated from Boston College with a degree in finance and went to work at a large commercial bank in Baltimore. After several promotions, he became the youngest corporate officer at a publicly traded financial institution. However despite the success, John wanted to find a profession that was both exciting and personally rewarding.

It was during law school that John discovered a passion for trial work, which earned him a scholarship and an Order of the Barristers Award at graduation for outstanding advocacy. Nothing was more thrilling than fighting for a client in open court. Initially, John worked for a large defense firm in Baltimore. The experience taught him trial skills and how the insurance industry worked, but was not personally fulfilling. ChasenBoscolo presented the ideal situation for John by combining trial work with a higher purpose of helping people who have been injured by the poor choices of others. John lives the firm’s core values every day and prides himself on always putting his client’s interest first.


  • 2003 – B.S., Boston College
  • 2010 – J.D., University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Practice Admissions

  • 2010 – Maryland
  • Washington, D.C.

Professional Associations and Memberships