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How It Works
In addition to the pain and suffering experienced from being injured, dealing with insurance companies and the legal system on your own can be frustrating, overwhelming, and discouraging.

Our main priority is to win your case. We use aggressive negotiation and trial tactic strategies, relying on our techniques to ensure the most effective action on your behalf. Because the facts and goals of each legal case are different, we will tailor our approach to achieve the best possible resolution for you.

We will keep you up to date on your case. We will answer all of your calls, or return them within one business day. You are in control of the process. It will be your decision whether to accept a settlement or aggressively litigate your case and have a jury trial.

Our attorneys and support staff are here for you. A simple call puts you in contact with a committed, friendly, local attorney who will handle all aspects of your case and work hard to help you get what you deserve. We will fight for your rights if you have suffered at the hands of another. Our lawyers are extremely responsive and available to provide a free consultation to you regarding your case immediately.

If you were injured in Massachusetts, you may receive compensation for:

Massachusetts Personal Injury Attorney Past and future medical expenses   Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawyer Emotional distress
         
Automobile Accident Attorney Lost wages   Automobile Accident Lawyer Interference with family relationships
         
Massachusetts Car Accident Attorneys Lost earning capacity   Massachusetts Car Accident Attorneys Property damage
         
Massachusetts Car Accident Lawyers Permanent disability or disfigurement   Massachusetts Car Accident Lawyers Expenses incurred as a direct result of your injuries
         
         
At The Massachussets Personal Injury Law Center There Is No Fee Unless You Get Paid

In most personal injury cases you will need to prove NEGLIGENCE in order to prove fault. You do not have to prove that the responsible party intentionally caused your injuries, just that they failed to use reasonable care and that this failure caused your injuries.

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IMMEDIATE ACTION IS REQUIRED

NOTICE: In order to successfully recover what is rightfully yours, NOTICE must be given to the respective insurance companies within a reasonable period of time. CALL NOW TO AVOID ANY NOTICE PROBLEMS!

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

Every state has time limits for bringing legal action called the statute of limitations. In Massachusetts, the statute of limitations for most personal injury lawsuits is three years. Some Personal Injury cases have special rules regarding how the time limit is applied and calculated. CALL NOW TO AVOID ANY STATUTE OF LIMITATION PROBLEMS!

AFTER YOU CONTACT US, YOU WILL RECEIVE A
FREE CONSULTATION AND CASE EVALUATION.


After you receive your FREE Consultation and Case Evaluation, if you decide to proceed, our attorneys with the assistance of our personal injury paralegals will conduct a detailed interview concerning your incident, your background and any relevant factors to the case. You will also be asked to sign authorizations so that the attorney may obtain the medical records and employment information in the case of lost wages. Under the laws of Massachusetts, a hospital or doctor is prohibited from releasing your medical records or any information regarding medical care without a written authorization signed by you. Our attorneys will also review with you and have you sign a contingent fee agreement which explains the terms of the representation.

At The Massachusetts Personal Injury Law Center There Is No Fee Unless You Get Paid

There are several other legal forms depending on the type of case that you have, that the lawyer may ask you to sign.

Next, the Massachusetts Personal Injury Law Center will begin an initial investigation to determine both the facts and the circumstances that gave rise to your injuries and the nature of the injuries suffered. In certain situations where necessary, we will hire private investigators to collect information, and, following the investigation, your attorney at the Massachusetts Personal Injury Law Center will send notice claim letters and letters of representation to the person or company responsible for your injuries and attempt to establish communication with their insurance company. From here, we will engage in exchanging information with the representative or insurance company of who caused your injuries. After we have received and evaluated all of your medical records and bills from your doctors or health care providers, we will assemble a settlement package and send it to the insurance company to first try to settle your case out of court.

If the claim cannot be settled, or, after consultation, you are not happy with the settlement offer, then your attorney at the Massachusetts Personal Injury Law Center may file a lawsuit in court or file a demand for arbitration or mediation to try to resolve your case, after discussion with you. Once a lawsuit is filed, the case may take a year or more to reach trial. While the suit is pending, your attorney will continue engaging with the opposing party, including provoking any further settlement offers and undertaking discovery, which is a further investigation of the facts of the case.

If necessary, the Massachusetts Personal Injury Law Center experienced trial counsel will proceed through a jury trial or bench trial, arguing on your behalf in order to achieve the best possible outcome for you.


YOU WILL BE KEPT INFORMED THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS, PROVIDING
YOUR OWN INPUT AS YOUR CASE PROGRESSES.


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