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Car Wreck Lawyer in Massachusetts
Pursuing compensation after a car wreck in Massachusetts can be challenging, thanks to the state's complex insurance laws, the modified comparative negligence system, and the particularities of each case. Hiring a car wreck lawyer is a wise decision if you've been injured or lost a loved one. At Morgan and Morgan, you can count on our car wreck lawyer in Massachusetts to fight for your best interests. Fill out this form to learn more.
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What Types of Cases Can a Car Wreck Lawyer in Massachusetts Handle?
The right attorney will handle a wide range of cases, just as long as it involves an automobile. Some examples include car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and other types of motor vehicle collisions.
What Are the Qualities of a Good Car Wreck Lawyer in Massachusetts?
Finding the right attorney to represent you in a city as such as Waltham can be confusing and overwhelming. Therefore, it is important that you narrow it down to the most important aspects, such as experience in personal injury law, knowledge of car accident cases and laws in Massachusetts, strong negotiation skills to ensure you get a fair settlement, powerful legal resources to handle your case in and out of court, and a track record of successful outcomes for clients. If that's what you're looking for, Morgan and Morgan is the injury firm to contact.
What Damages Can I Recover When I File a Claim With a Lawyer?
Regarding damages, it depends on where you file a claim. Since Massachusetts is a no-fault state, you can recover medical expenses, lost income, and replacement services, such as getting a caregiver to take care of you as you recover from your injuries.
However, if your injuries meet the state's tort threshold, you may be able to step outside the no-fault bracket and file a claim with the other party. Here, you may recover damages such as medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, pain and suffering, and possibly punitive damages if the other party's conduct was particularly reckless or intentional.
Can the Lawyer Represent Me in Court?
Yes, if you hire the right attorney, they may be able to represent you in court if the need arises. This all narrows down to the amount of resources they have. An attorney or firm with powerful legal resources has better chances of fighting for you in court if settlement negotiations fail.
Am I Entitled to Compensation if I Contributed to the Accident in Any Way?
In Massachusetts, if you contributed to the accident in any way, you may still be able to recover damages, but your compensation may be reduced based on your percentage of fault. However, if you are found to be more than 50 percent responsible for the accident, you won't recover any damages.
Don't Face Insurance Companies Alone; Let Morgan and Morgan Fight For You
Morgan and Morgan, America's largest injury firm, can fight for your right to compensation if you were injured or lost a loved one in a car wreck. But first things first, we'll l need to understand the specifics of the case. That's why we offer a free no-obligation case evaluation.
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