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Western Massachusetts lawyers provide skillful personal injury representation
Personal injuries can cause a lot of stress in your life. Ford, Quinn & Associates Law Firm in Springfield understands that a serious personal injury may cause financial issues and offers a free consultation so you can learn more about your rights and options.
Dog bite laws and owner liability
Massachusetts has laws concerning dog bites, including when you may recover because of an incident. An owner may not be liable for a dog that bites you if you were trespassing or teasing the dog. We will explain your rights and provide important advice if you suffered injuries because you were bitten by a dog.
Slip and falls legal advice
If you slip and fall, you could have minor bruises and cuts or suffer from serious injuries such as broken bones. Whether you slipped on a wet surface or ice or tripped because of a crack in a poorly maintained sidewalk, you may be entitled to compensation. Our personal injury attorneys can manage your premises liability case and help you get the compensation you deserve.
Motor vehicle accident lawyers provide sound advice
The most important thing you can do if you are involved in a vehicle accident is to document the scene if possible. Pictures and copies of the police report help our attorneys investigate the accident to determine what types of compensation you may be entitled to. If the other driver acted negligently, you may be eligible for punitive damages.
Wrongful death accident attorneys
Wrongful death is one of the hardest cases for clients to deal with. The untimely death of a loved one leaves you in shock. However, as painful as the loss is, it is important to contact a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Just like other personal injury cases, wrongful death has a statute of limitations. If you miss the deadline, you won’t be able to recover any compensation for the loss of your loved one.
Pedestrian injuries in Springfield
When people are struck by a vehicle as they are walking, they have a much higher chance of suffering catastrophic injuries. If this happened to you, as soon as you are able, you should contact a personal injury attorney or have a relative contact our firm on your behalf if needed. As with other personal injury cases, pedestrian injuries are subject to a statute of limitations, which is, in most cases, three years. Your case needs to be filed before the deadline. Our injury attorneys will start working on your case right away so you can get compensated and move forward.
Contact a knowledgeable Massachusetts personal injury attorney for a free consultation
Ford, Quinn & Associates Law Firm cares about our clients and provides personalized attention to each case. Call our personal injury office in Springfield for a free consultation at 413-736-3611 or contact us online.