Swampscott Workers' Compensation Lawyer
If you have been injured at work, it is important that you speak with an experienced Swampscott Workers Comp Lawyer as soon as possible. Following an injury on the job, the various workers compensation insurers get to work right away to defend against such claims. Often times, they will deny claims as a matter of course in an attempt to discourage the claimant, or force them down an alternative recovery route. This is precisely why it is vitally important to contact an experienced workers' comp attorney right away.
Make sure your attorney specializes in Massachusetts Workers Compensation Law. At Troupe Law Office, we have close to 50 years of experience, solely in the representation of injured workers and their families. Call us anytime. It costs nothing to speak to us.
Swampscott is a town located on the North Shore of Boston. As of 2010, Swampscott had a population of approximately 14,000 people. It is located about 14 miles north of Boston, along the Ocean.
Nearby cities and towns include Lynn, Revere, Salem, Marblehead, and Peabody.
Settled as early as 1629, it was originally part of the Lynn settlement. Today, Swampscott is a popular suburb due to it's proximity to Boston, as well as being located along public transportation routes, as well as it's proximity to the Ocean.
Workers' Compensation cases from Swampscott will generally be handled out of the Boston branch of the Department of Industrial Accidents.Department of Industrial Accidents
One Congress Street
Boston, MA 02114
If you have sustained a work-related injury, it is very important that you speak to a Swampscott Workers’ Comp Lawyer as soon as possible. A Swampscott Workers’ Compensation attorney can help ensure that your rights are adequately protected.Workers’ Compensation Benefits
Please visit our Workers’ Compensation page, or our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on the totes of benefits that are available under the Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Law.The Law is Changing...Always
The Massachusetts Workers' Comp Law is located at M.G.L. Chapter 152. This statute was originally drafted and enacted in the early 1900s. A lot has changed since that time, and so did the law. Chapter 152 has undergone numerous revisions, updates and changes since then. Even individual cases decided at the Department of Industrial Accidents have the potential to change the way the law is applied in specific situations. This is all the more reason why it is so important to have an experienced workers' comp lawyer on your side.Troupe Law Office
At the Troupe Law Office, we have represented thousands of claimants throughout Massachusetts, including cities like Swampscott. 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.