Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I’ve been injured?

Seek legal advice as soon as possible to help determine if someone is legally responsible for your personal injury.

What if an insurance company or investigator calls me?

It is very important to consult an attorney before providing any information about how you were injured and how your accident occurred. What you say or write can become damaging at a later time to your case.

Why should I consider filing a personal injury claim?

If someone else is responsible for your injuries, you are legally entitled to compensation.

How will I know if I have a legal case?

Call us at 508-755-5555 to discuss your situation and we will listen and help you determine whether you have a claim that you may want to pursue.

What is Wrongful Termination and Discrimination?

If you are being treated unfairly because you are a member of any of the following protected categories, this may be illegal:

  • Sexual harassment
  • Age (over 40 years old)
  • Sex – including pregnancy, child birth or related medical conditions
  • Religion
  • National origin
  • Physical Disability
  • Sexual Orientation

If you think you may have an employment case then contact us to discuss your legal options with an experienced employment attorney. Take action as soon as possible because employment claims must be made within a certain period of time.

Call us: (508) 755-5555.

Over 30 Years Experience Handling:

Medical Malpractice
Wrongful Death
Personal Injury
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Construction Site Accidents
Snow and Ice Accidents
Trip and Fall Accidents
Laser Injuries
Liquor Liability and Dram Shop
Landlord /Tenant Disputes
Wrongful Termination (Discrimination)
Failure of Employer to Pay Wages Due
Contract Disputes
Fraud and Misrepresentation