Injuries can happen at any time. Injuries can happen in a variety of ways. Sometimes injuries happen through the clear fault of another person, business, or entity. Other times, who is at fault isn’t quite clear. As such, Personal Injury law is broad and complex. This is all the more reason to consult an expert.Do I Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?
Yes. At the very least, you want someone to consult with about your unique scenario.
If you have a case, you want to know about it. Equally important, if you don't have a case, you want to be able to say that you got a professional opinion on the matter.
But, it is very important to note that if one attorney finds that you do not have a viable personal injury case, another attorney may find that you do. Seek out multiple opinions before you give up entirely.When to Call an Attorney?
R. As soon as possible.
This is always the correct answer. Seek legal advice early and often.
If you have sustained a personal injury through no fault of your own, the first step is to see your doctor. First and foremost. The next step is to call an experienced personal injury lawyer. Calling an attorney early is crucial. Insurance companies go to work right away to defend against potential claims. Therefore, you should too.
Very often, highly important aspects of a potential personal injury claim take place within the first few days following an injury. Therefore it is only logical to contact a lawyer as soon as possible. An experienced personal injury attorney can ensure that your rights are protected and that you have the best possible chance of a recovery.Types of Cases
Personal Injury law includes, among others, injuries that took place in the following ways:
- Car Accidents
- Dog bites
- Defective products
- Premises liability
- Slip and fall
- Medical malpractice
- Toxic tort – injuries resulting from exposure to a toxic, harmful substance, such as asbestos
- Construction site accidents
In a workers compensation case, the fault of how that injury occurred is often irrelevant. If the employee or employer is to blame, it is, for all intents and purposes, irrelevant to the workers’ compensation claim. However, quite often, a work injury can result due to the fault of someone aside from the employee or employer. In these situations, a separate claim can be brought against this third party.
Through our years of representing individuals who have been disabled due to injury or illness, we at the Troupe Law Office are experts in identifying and determining whether an individual has a valid personal injury claim, or third party claim in tort.
Trying to find an attorney can be a difficult task. Often times, obtaining sound legal advice is simply knowing who to call. We at Troupe Law Office have over 40 years of experience in this field. Throughout the years, we have developed close working relationships with various personal injury firms throughout Massachusetts and New England. Some of our colleagues are among the best in their respective fields.
If you have sustained an injury through the fault or negligence of another, it is important that you contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Call Troupe Law Office at (978) 531-7401, or email us. We can help you in this process.
Troupe Law Office offers a free consultation of your case. It costs nothing to call and speak to us. Let us help.