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Fighting For Full Compensation For Sideswipe Accidents

If you or someone you love has been hurt in a sideswipe accident in Massachusetts, The Law Offices of Joseph J. Cariglia, P.C., can help. We offer free initial consultations to injured vehicle accident victims in Massachusetts.

We have been representing car accident victims since 1961. In that time, we have established ourselves as a premier personal injury firm. We represent clients in Worcester, Boston, Springfield, Framingham and throughout central Massachusetts.

Call us now at 866-491-6561 or contact us online to discuss how we can help after a sideswipe accident.

Sideswipe Accidents And Side Impact Injuries

When another driver tries to get around you, attempts a lane change or misjudges the distance between your vehicles, a sideswipe can occur. Though these accidents don’t always cause serious injuries, the potential to suffer spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, broken bones or whiplash is there.

We can take action against the negligent driver, who may have been on a cellphone or an otherwise distracted driver. If your side mirror came off, your wheel well was damaged or you had other vehicle damage, but no injuries, we can sue in order to regain compensation for your property damages. If you were injured, we can file a personal injury claim to recover compensation for lost wages, medical expenses, and pain and suffering.

A Partner In The Fight For Compensation

We can help you through the entire litigation process, which includes managing insurance company issues. Do not talk to insurance company representatives after a sideswipe car crash. We have the experience necessary to protect your interests against the insurance companies in your case.

Contact us online or call 866-491-6561 toll-free to schedule your free initial consultation with one of our lawyers. The only time we ask our clients to pay attorney fees is after we have won favorable verdicts or settlement offers from the defendants in their cases. This leaves the financial risk involved with protracted personal injury litigation squarely on our shoulders, not yours.