Amputations Change Your Life
Losing a limb through an accident or amputation is among the most serious personal injuries that a person could suffer. With a personal injury lawsuit, we can help you get the compensation you deserve if you or a loved one has suffered a loss of limb due to someone else’s negligence.
The Law Offices of Joseph J. Cariglia, P.C., has been helping accident and injury victims in Massachusetts since 1961. Our attorneys are aggressive, seasoned litigators who know how to get our clients the most complete financial awards possible. We have enough experience to know when to accept settlement offers and when to push cases all the way to trial. We never push a client to accept a settlement unless we truly believe that the settlement is the best offer that client will likely receive.
After A Devastating Injury
The loss of an arm, leg, foot, hand, finger or other body part is one of the most catastrophic and life-changing injuries an individual can suffer. Whether the part was lost in an accident or had to be amputated later due to an injury, your life will never be the same. You may have to endure numerous medical procedures to ensure your continued health. You will have to make many, often expensive, accommodations to your home and life to function as normally as possible. If someone else’s negligence has caused all of this pain and suffering, he or she must be held accountable.
If We Don’t Win, You Don’t Pay Attorney Fees
You will not be asked to pay attorney fees unless we win a verdict or settlement for you. We serve clients in Worcester, Springfield, Boston and Framingham and throughout central Massachusetts. Since opening this law firm more than 50 years ago, our lawyers have established this practice as a premier litigation firm in Massachusetts, with a track record of successful verdicts and settlements for our clients.
Almost invariably, insurance companies are waiting at the heels of these types of motor vehicle accidents. Make sure you do not say anything when they start asking you questions. Contact an experienced attorney first. Call our Worcester office at 866-491-6561 or contact us online for a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers.