Amesbury Workers' Compensation Attorney

Amesbury Workers' Compensation Attorney

Amesbury is a city located in Northern Massachusetts, in Essex County.  In fact, it is one of the northernmost cities in Massachusetts.  It is located on the Merrimack River.  Nearby cites and towns include Merrimack, Salisbury, and Newburyport.  It shares a border with New Hampshire.  

Census data in 2010 lists the population of Amesbury to be approximately 16,283.

After settlement, it started out as a small farming community.  However, due to it's proximity to the ocean, it developed a major maritime and industrial economy.  Shipbuilding, shipping, and fishing were also major sources of industry.  

In the 19th century, textile mills began to spring up, as well as a nail-making factory.  Around 1853, Amesbury became famous for building carriages and, later, automobile bodies.

Today, Amesbury his a mostly residential city.  If you have sustained an injury at work, it is important to consult an Amesbury Workers' Compensation Attorney as soon as possible.  Early contact with an attorney experienced in Massachusetts Workers' Comp Law is essential to ensuring that you are effectively and aggressively represented in your claim.  

Workers' Compensation Benefits

Please visit our Workers' Compensation page, or our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on the types of benefits that are available under the Massachusetts Workers' Compensation Law.  

Troupe Law Office

At the Troupe Law Office, we have represented thousands of claimants throughout Massachusetts, including cities like Amesbury.  We are experienced Workers' Compensation Attorneys located on the North Shore of Boston in Peabody.

If you have sustained an injury at work, or through no fault of your own, please call us at (978) 531-7401 for a free consultation.  

The Law Is Always Changing


The Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Law is located in the Mass General Laws at M.G.L. Chapter 152.  This statute, originally enacted in the early 1900s, has undergone numerous changes and revisions over the years.  Furthermore, individual cases that render decisions at the Department of Industrial Accidents can also change the state of the law, and how it applies to injured individuals.  In short, the Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation law is always changing and evolving, and this is why it is necessary to have an experience Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Attorney by your side during these difficult periods.  A Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation lawyer is essential to ensure that your rights are protected.  


At the Troupe Law Office, our two attorneys alone have close to 65 years of combined experience in representing injured employees in workers’ compensation cases.  Our attorney’s are actively involved in bar association committees and organizations, and frequently speak at lectures dealing with the current issues in the state of the workers’ compensation law.  


Having an attorney who is knowledgeable and up to date is absolutely essential to ensure that you receive the highest degree of expertise in this field.  


What about third party liability?


A workplace injury automatically gives rise to a potential claim under the Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Law.  In these circumstances, having an experienced Massachusetts Workers’ Comp Lawyer is essential.


But what if the injury was caused by somebody else’s fault?


Many times, workplace injuries are nobody’s fault.  Other times, they are cause by the negligence of the employer.  Under these circumstances, more likely than not, the only party and the exclusive remedy for the injury is a claim against the workers compensation insurer.  


However, sometimes, the injury can created liability in a third party.  For example, if a certain tool were defective and caused the injury, this could create liability in the manufacturer of the particular tool in the form of a products liability case.  Another example is if an outside company were required to maintain a particular area of a job site or workplace, and an injury resulted in that location, this could give rise to third party premise liability.  


Every situation is unique.  Therefore, it is crucial that you retain an experienced workers comp lawyer to represent you in these matters.  At Troupe Law Office, our attorney’s our experts in evaluating workplace injury cases.  We have been involved in thousands of cases where third party liability arises.  In these circumstances, it is essential that you receive expert advice from a personal injury attorney who specializes in third party actions.  Our firm has developed good working relationships with some of the best firms in Massachusetts and throughout New England in these areas.  If there is a potential third party action in your case, we can help ensure that you speak to an expert to evaluate your potential claim.