Massachusetts Personal Injury and Government Law Firm

Quinn & Morris, LLP has represented injured people in personal injury, workers’ compensation and disability claims for over 30 years. Our primary goal is to give clients the financial compensation they need to provide for themselves and their families and restore a sense of hope and dignity for the future. We provide comprehensive legal services to victims and their families in cases involving personal injury, workers’ compensation and Social Security Dyability claims. We also represent clients in government affairs.

At Quinn and Morris LLP we have been representing people injured in accidents for over thirty years and during this time we have obtained a reputation for excellence in advocacy and for compassion for our clients. Contact us for an immediate consultation.

We have extensive experience handling cases involving:

Personal injury: Attorneys from our firm are experienced in personal injury claims involving car accidents, truck accidents, defective products, dog bites, medical malpractice, and products liability.

Work-related accidents: We represent clients who have suffered work -related injurie. In addition to representing clients in workers’ compensations claim and appeals, we assist our clients with Social Security Disability claims and disability retirement claims. If someone other than your employer or fellow employee is responsible for your injures we can represent you in a third­ party claim against the responsible party to obtain fair compensation for the injuries suffered in the accident.

Government affairs: Through our government affairs practice, we have extensive experience in lobbying, advising political action committees, and resolving political disputes.

Preparation, Focus and Experience: Our firm understands that it takes preparation, focus and experience to produce successful results. When we prepare for a case, it becomes clear to our opponents that we will expend the necessary time and resources to be in front of a jury to win your case. We have a reputation that we’re prepared to try every case in which we file suit and have successfully resolved thousands of personal injury and of workers’ compensation claims through settlements and litigation over the many years we have been in business.

Personalized service focused on your rights and needs:  We offer quality legal representation and personal service, treating clients with respect and dignity. We are focused on client service, quality representation and ethical practices. Our policy is to return all phone calls and e-mails within 24 hours. We handle personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis. There is no   charge for an initial consultation to evaluate your case. If we agree to handle your case on a contingency fee, there is no fee unless we obtain a settlement or judgment following a trial.

Contact us for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer serving, Massachusetts. We offer trusted advocacy and a solid reputation for results.

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