Our primary focus is on personal injury, workers’ compensation, and social security disability, but we are experienced in several areas of the law. Please visit our Practice Areas page to view a comprehensive list of cases that we handle.
To successfully execute a personal injury case, the plaintiff must be able to prove that they were harmed by the negligent behavior of another person or entity, which occurs when that person or entity fails to exercise what would be considered a reasonable amount of care in a given situation.
1794 Bridge Street, Suite 22B
Dracut, MA 01826
Toll Free: (800) 856-4449
Local: (978) 452-6641
FAX: (978) 970-2461
We are committed to servicing our local community as much as possible, but we are accepting any and all clients seeking legal representation throughout the United States.
Our firm operates on a contingent fee basis, which means that we advance fees and expenses related to your case for focus groups, research, expert witnesses, etc. You are not required to repay these fees or expenses unless and/or until we win your case, at which point we recoup approximately one-third of the gross settlement or award, along with expenses spent preparing and resolving your case.
Workers’ compensation expenses and rewards are governed by statutes adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that provide for the amount of recovery.
For your convenience and to allow us to conduct a proper appraisal of your case, we offer free consultations for all of our prospective clients. Please complete the form on this page or call us directly at (978) 452-6641 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.
If you have specific concerns about the details of your case, the nuances of the law, or any paperwork or documentation you might require, please complete the form on this page or call us directly at (978) 452-6641 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. Our contingent fee policy ensures that you do not pay a dime in fees or expenses unless or until we are able to achieve a recovery on your behalf.