Milton Personal Injury Attorney

Personal injury is a complex practice area with many unique related laws. As a victim with a serious personal injury, the most effective way to navigate these laws while protecting your rights is by hiring an attorney. An attorney can help you hold an at-fault party accountable for causing your injury by bringing a claim on your behalf. Then, your lawyer can fight for maximum relief for your damages. Contact Sweeney Merrigan Law, LLP today to start with a free consultation. Our Milton, Massachusetts personal injury lawyers know how best to handle these claims.

Why Hire Our Law Firm?

  • We offer award-winning representation. Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly named us one of the state’s Most Powerful Attorneys.
  • We care about our clients. Our Milton personal injury lawyers forge relationships built on trust with all the clients they represent.
  • We keep our services affordable. We make it possible for every client to afford high-quality representation by taking cases on a contingency fee basis.

What Is a Milton Personal Injury Case?

A personal injury case refers to a claim with the civil courts in Massachusetts. An injured party, or plaintiff, can bring a claim against an at-fault party (defendant) in pursuit of financial compensation for his or her damages. These damages may include medical expenses, property repairs, lost wages, or noneconomic losses such as pain and suffering. You might have grounds to bring a personal injury case if you think someone else caused your recent accident in Milton.

The practice areas we serve at Sweeney Merrigan Law, LLP include but are not limited to those listed above. Our attorneys have assisted clients with cases involving all types of incidents and injuries, from dog bites to workplace disasters. We may be able to help you or a loved one if you have broken bones, a head injury, brain trauma, a spine injury, whiplash, lacerations, burns, permanent disabilities or many other injuries.

Do You Need to Hire an Attorney?

A common mistake accident victims make in Milton is pursuing compensation alone, without a lawyer. You may believe you will save money by doing things yourself when in reality you could be limiting your financial recovery. While it is true you will have to pay for a lawyer’s services, most attorneys are able to achieve significant enough results for clients to still take away more than they would have received alone, even after deducting legal fees.

At Sweeney Merrigan Law, LLP, we operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning you will never pay us out of pocket. You will only ever have to pay for your lawyer out of a compensatory award won, and only if our lawyers win your case. Get the benefit of confidence, trust and peace of mind when you hire a lawyer to take over your claim in Milton.

How Long Do You Have to File?

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts sets a time limit on when you can file a personal injury claim. If you try to bring a lawsuit against someone after the expiration of your time limit, the courts will almost certainly deny your claim. In the majority of cases, you will have three years from when your accident happened to file a lawsuit. This is the deadline, or statute of limitations, on most personal injury claims in Massachusetts. You might qualify as an exception, however, if you were a minor when your injuries occurred or if your case involves a crime (such as hit-and-run). Speak to our personal injury attorneys in Milton right away to learn your deadline to file.

Contact a Milton Personal Injury Lawyer at No Cost Today

Statutes of limitations, personal injury laws, liability and negligence are all legal theories the lawyers at Sweeney Merrigan Law, LLP can help you understand as a plaintiff. Our Milton personal injury attorneys can work through a claim with you in Milton, MA at no costs upfront. Contact a lawyer near you today for more information. Initial legal consultations are free.

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