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Wakefield Workers' Compensation Attorney

The period immediately following an injury at work can often be the most crucial time in the case. It can also be the most stressful. That is because workers' compensation insurance companies will star working right away to defend against potential claims. That is why having an experienced workers comp lawyer on your side is absolutely essential.

When to Call?

As soon as possible. As said above, the insurance companies don't way, and begin looking for ways to deny benefits immediately.

At Troupe Law Office, we have been actively representing injured workers and their families for almost 50 years. Our attorney's our experts in this field, and will help ensure that your rights are protected.

About Wakefield

Wakefield is a town in Middlesex County, located about 15 miles north of Boston. It has a population of approximately 25,000 people. Nearby cities and towns include Reading, Melrose, Stoneham, Lynnfield and Saugus.

It was first settled in 1638 was part of the Lynn settlement. It became part of Reading in 1644, and was incorporated into it's own town in 1812. It became known as Wakefield in 1868.

Wakefield is home to many businesses due to it's proximity to Boston, and major highways, including Route 128 and Route 93. Major Employers in Wakefield's history include Wakefield Rattan Company, American Mutual Insurance Company, and Converse.

Today, Wakefield is a mostly residential and rural area.

If you have sustained a work-related injury, it is very important that you speak to a Wakefield Workers’ Comp Lawyer as soon as possible. A Wakefield Workers’ Compensation lawyer 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 Always Changing

The Massachusetts Workers' Compensation law is located at M.G.L. Chapter 152. This statute was originally enacted in the early 1900s. Since that time, it has undergone many changes, revisions, and updates. Even individual cases decided at the Department of Industrial Accidents have the potential of changing the way the law is applied to individual cases.

That is why having an attorney who specializes in workers' comp law is vital to ensuring that your effectively represented following an injury at work.

Troupe Law Office

At the Troupe Law Office, we have represented thousands of claimants throughout Massachusetts, including cities like Wakefield. 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.

Client Reviews
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Adam and Bill helped me achieve wonderful results of my workers compensation and my accidental disability retirement cases. This was a very complex matter which they handled superbly. Highly recommended attorneys for any workers comp or disability related case. Mike C.
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My overall experience with him was excellent. His overall communication was impeccable especially his ability to explain the law to someone not familiar with legal issues. He always had/made time to pick up the phone. No question was ever too small or insignificant. Lenny
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In 1992 I was severely injured in a work related accident. It was apparent that my recovery would take years and I needed someone on my side to deal with the insurance company. Attorney Troupe made sure that the Insurance company lived up to their obligations and allowed me to focus on my recovery. Twenty three years later some physical issues came up. I contacted Attorney Troupe. He remembered my case like it was yesterday. Once again he took action and made the insurance company due the right thing. Bill