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Boston Car Accident Lawyer
If you were injured in a car accident you came to the right place for help. You need to have Boston car accident lawyer Christopher Earley on your side. We have achieved millions of dollars in settlements for our clients since 2004.
At our office we guide you through the car accident claim process. Our mission is simple: to get for you the best possible outcome for your case. We have successfully handled hundreds of Massachusetts car accident cases.
Our office treats the routine fender-bender the same as the accident that results in catastrophic injuries: relentless dedication to achieving the best possible result for every client we serve.
Call us today for your free, no-obligation consultation if you need a Boston car accident lawyer.
Boston Car Accident Lawyer FAQ’s
1) Do I need money up-front to hire you?
No. My office only gets paid if we get you a settlement, or, if your case goes to trial, a victory at trial. My office charges the standard 33 1/3 % as a legal fee.
2) Do I have a case?
This depends on a number of factors. Were you injured? Is someone responsible for your injury? Is there insurance? Has the statute of limitations passed? Basically, this question does not have a standard response, but rather is dependent on a number of factors.
3) Will I have to go to trial?
Most cases do settle prior to trial. However, there is always a chance that your case can go to trial if the sides cannot settle the case.
4) How long do I have to bring a claim?
In Massachusetts, some claims have longer, or shorter, statute of limitations. Many claims have a three years statue of limitations in Massachusetts, but some do not. Each case is fact specific.
5) If I refuse ambulance transport does that mean I do not have a case?
No. The fact that you were not taken from the scene of your accident by ambulance does not mean you do not have a case.
6) How much do you charge for an initial consultation?
Our office charges nothing for consultations.
7) Do I have to give the insurance company for the driver who hit me a recorded statement?
No, you don’t have to. In fact, it is always a bad idea because whatever you say will be manipulated by the insurance company to maximize their chances of paying you as little as possible for your injuries.
You may be entitled to personal injury damages. We can help you recover payment for:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Pain and suffering
What We Offer Our Clients
It is important to safeguard your rights with the assistance of an experienced car accident attorney. Our office can help guide you through the Massachusetts car insurance claims process effectively so as to maximize your recovery.
You get personal representation from start to finish at our office. That means we will always return your phone calls. Also, we will keep you updated on the status of your case, and will work tirelessly so as to maximize your settlement.
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