Auto Accident Injuries Can Be Devastating.
Your Road to Recovery Starts with Us.
When you have been seriously injured in an auto accident, your road to recovery is much longer and more complicated than you ever imagined. Having the support and guidance of a seasoned team of auto accident specialists provides the comfort and security you need to get your life back on track.
You are our top priority and as your legal counsel we help manage the repercussions of your accident including any issues and communications involving the police, hospitals, insurance companies, your bank, your employer, overdue bills, and the myriad of other issues that arise while you recuperate.
- We offer free case evaluations with no obligations.
- We will visit with you at your home, hospital, or wherever you need us.
- You never pay us a fee until we recover money for you.
If you are looking for the right law firm to assist you in your time of need, then you do not need to look any further. You have found the right lawyers who can help you get what you deserve. We are responsive to your needs. We understand that you want to be compensated for your injuries and we will help you do so. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you.
We Handle All Massachusetts Auto Accident Claims
Nobody ever expects to end their day in the emergency room, but unfortunately there are hundreds of car accidents reported every day across Massachusetts many of which cause serious injuries to innocent victims. Those who immediately contact us and speak with our experienced car accident attorneys are more likely to recover the maximum compensation for their injuries and expenses.
Accidents involving tractor trailers, 18-wheelers and other commercial delivery trucks is serious business. Because of the high stakes involved, truck companies often send a representative to the accident scene immediately to minimize liability and get the injured party to prematurely agree to a settlement. Your best move is to speak with our proven truck accident attorneys right away.
Motorcycle accidents in Massachusetts and especially in the Greater Boston area are on the rise as our highways become more congested with ongoing construction, road repair, and the sheer volume of rushing traffic and distracted drivers. Injured motorcyclists who do not consult with a seasoned attorney from the onset may find themselves on the defensive when proving liability.
Boston is known as one of the country s most walk-able cities. However with Boston s historic neighborhoods and streets going in every direction it is also a very dangerous city for pedestrians registering over a thousand pedestrians injured or killed each year. Do not delay in contacting our attorneys if you ve been hit and injured by any type of automobile in Boston or within Greater Boston.
Auto Accidents Facts and Figures
The rear impact collision is the least fatal type of auto accident, accounting for six deaths per one million registered cars. However, these types of collisions are the most common type of auto accident, with approximately 2.5 million rear impact collisions occurring each year. The rear bumper system is an important safety feature; however, over the last two decades automakers have developed and installed increasingly less reliable rear bumpers. While a quality rear bumper is capable of compressing upon impact and absorbing the force of a low speed collision, lower quality bumpers tend to be less absorbent, sending the brunt of the impact to
Frontal impact crashes account for more deaths than any other type of automobile accident. A frontal impact crash can be extremely violent, especially when the collision is squarely head-on. One advantage that frontal impact victims have over other types of impact victims (side or rear) is the ability to brace and prepare for the impending collision. The very nature of the frontal impact allows the victim to see the oncoming vehicle or other object. There are several subcategories of frontal impact accidents including; collisions into a stationary object (pole, wall, etc.), collisions with oncoming vehicles (“head-on”), collisions with the rear of a vehicle moving
Side impact crashes are responsible for 8,500 deaths each year; only head on collisions are more deadly. A side impact collision occurs when the front of the oncoming vehicle strikes the side of your vehicle. The severity of a side impact collision depends on several factors, including the speed and weight of the oncoming vehicle, and where that oncoming vehicle collides with yours. For instance, the occupants of your vehicle are much more likely to sustain serious injuries if the oncoming vehicle strikes your vehicle squarely in the middle (at the doors) rather than in the front or rear quarter (by your front or
Rollovers account for 51% of all deaths in standard sport utility vehicles, 36% of deaths in pickup trucks, and 19% of deaths in standard cars. The rollover is an extremely severe automobile accident and an increasingly common one with the growing popularity of sport utility vehicles (SUVs). In 2002, the number of people killed in rollover accidents involving SUVs rose 14 percent. The high center of gravity and relatively narrow wheelbase of SUVs increase their susceptibility to rollover. Most rollover accidents involve only one vehicle and are typically caused by catastrophic equipment failure (such as a tire blowout – see our special category called