Massachusetts' bicycle helmet laws are intended to provide bike riders with safety guidelines about how they can protect themselves from traumatic brain injuries and other head trauma should an accident occur. Millions of injuries occur at the victim's own home every year, and the personal injury attorneys at Injury Lawyer Boston Altman & Altman LLP are well versed in how to secure compensation for a wide range of personal injuries, including car accidents, work injuries, slip and fall injuries, defective medical device, medical malpractice, and numerous other areas where negligence has caused personal injuries to an innocent party.
Boston Personal Injury Attorneys - Feinberg & Alban PC is located in Boston, MA and serves clients in and around Brighton, Allston, Somerville, Cambridge, Charlestown, Jamaica Plain, Brookline, Mattapan, Chelsea, Boston, Revere, Newtonville, Newton Center, Everett, Roslindale, Newton Highlands, Arlington, Newton Lower Falls, Chestnut Hill, Malden, Newton, West Newton, West Roxbury, Newton Upper Falls and Suffolk County.
Our injury attorneys in Massachusetts have experience in complex personal injury and wrongful death litigation in both state and federal courts, as well as more specialized practice areas such as medical malpractice, Social Security Disability Insurance and workers' compensation.
Harriman Law represents injured clients in all manner of personal injury claims throughout Massachusetts arising from automobile collisions, pedestrian and bicycle accidents, dog bites and injuries, general liability matters, as well as those arising out of instances of sexual abuse, sexual assault, rape, and sexual harassment.
Prior to filing a personal injury claim, a plaintiff must always be able to prove that the person charged (the defendant) is legally responsible for the injury and that the injury suffered is truly the result of wrongdoing on the part of the defendant.
If you have been hurt or injured as a result of some accident, call our firm and we will fight to get you the compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, rehabilitation costs and pain and suffering that you are entitled to and deserve.
Most injury victims in Massachusetts have the right to be compensated for a variety of expenses and bills, including medical expenses, hospital care, prescription medicines, lost wages, loss of future earnings, lost services and care from a spouse, temporary injury, permanent injury, and pain and suffering.
This could include slip-and-falls , snow and ice accidents, violent attacks on another's property, daycare or school injuries, construction site injuries, drownings, dog bites and any other incident wherein the landowner or occupier owe those invited onsite a degree of care to keep them safe from known or foreseeable dangers that weren't obvious to the victim, or from which victims could not have reasonably been expected to protect themselves.