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We've won over $700 Million for our clients

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Have you been injured at work?

Our attorneys defend the rights of employees who have suffered injuries while working. Trust us to get you the results you deserve.

Thousands of people are injured in work related accidents every year. While most of these injuries are minor—meaning that the employee is able to return to work without missing a prolonged period of time or suffering permanent disability—there are many more serious cases as well. In these instances, employees may miss work for extensive periods of time and lose significant income while simultaneously incurring considerable medical bills.

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How does the worker compensation process work?

We'll walk you through every step of the way so you get what's owed to you.

Get Medical Care
Once you’ve been injured, it’s critical you seek the proper medical care and take care of yourself. Your health and well being is priority #1.
Contact Us
A worker compensation attorney will go over the details of your injury and explain the process. There is no cost to you to talk with our attorneys.
We Get to Work
Once we’ve discussed your work injury, we get to work putting together your case, contacting insurers and collecting data.
Settlement or Verdict
We fight until you get the compensation you deserve, or you don’t pay us a penny. Our attorneys have won over $700 million for our clients.


"Looking back over the last several months, I realize that I could not have hired a more knowledgeable, confident and compassionate advocate to help me navigate through the difficult worker's comp and disability processes."
- Bill A., Boston, MA


Will I Need to Return to Work?

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Ending Benefits

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Maximum Payments

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