Wrongful Death Lawyers
As wrongful death lawyers, we are available to represent clients throughout Massachusetts, including Newton, Boston, Lowell, and Wellesley.
If you and your family have suffered the loss of a loved one due to the negligence or reckless actions of another, we offer our sincere condolences. You and your family are experiencing a loss that no one should ever have to endure.
We offer full service personal representation to get clients and their families through the difficult process of suffering a wrongful death. While we cannot undo past events, we can work vigorously in seeking full compensation from all those who may have been responsible for a loved one’s death, and demand, from all those responsible, full and fair compensation.
We Accept Wrongful Death Cases On A Contingency Fee Basis.
This means that you and your family will not owe us any fee unless and until we obtain a recovery.
We will advance costs in wrongful death actions, such as the significant costs that are often involved in the litigation process, including those that may be required to hire medical and other experts and accident reconstructionists.
In a wrongful death case, we will usually retain experts to provide opinions concerning difficult matters, such as lost wages. We will also fight for the family members left behind, and demand full compensation for the crushing emotional loss that they must suffer.
We Are Trial Lawyers. If Defendants Will Not Pay What They Owe, We Will Take Them to Trial.
We operate differently than many personal injury law firms. We engage in the difficult work of proving the cases of our clients early in litigation, with the expectation that we and our clients will go to trial unless an acceptable settlement is offered. The advantage of this strategy is that (i) it puts our clients in a better position to obtain a full and fair settlement in the negotiation process, as opposing counsel know that we are ready to go to trial, and (ii) if an acceptable settlement cannot be reached, we are well prepared to go to trial right away. Many other law firms take a different approach, preferring not to engage in the difficult litigation work unless an acceptable settlement cannot be obtained.
We are trial lawyers, and defendants and their counsel and insurance companies know that if an acceptable settlement is not offered, we will not hesitate to go to trial and let a jury determine fault and damages.