Woburn Personal Injury Lawyer
Car wrecks, slip and fall accidents, violent crime, motorcycle collisions, and other types of accidents have an immediate impact on your life. Suddenly, you’re dealing with pain, trauma, and doctor’s office visits.
You’re going to need money to pay for your medical care and you’re probably going need some time off from work during your recovery. The last thing you want to worry about when you’re trying to recover from serious injuries is dealing with insurance companies. But unfortunately, the insurance companies try to pay out as little as they can in claims so they can make bigger profits.
Insurance companies usually offer accident victims a lowball settlement that doesn’t come close to covering your expenses. Insurance agents may even try to trick you into admitting responsibility for the accident. That’s why it’s best to contact an experienced personal injury attorney like our team at DiBella Law Offices, P.C. Let us deal with the insurance companies.
At DiBella Law Offices, P.C, we have collected millions of dollars in claims for people who were injured due another person’s negligence. Call (978) 327-5140 to learn more today and schedule a FREE consultation with our personal injury lawyers.
Woburn is a lovely community in Middlesex County about 10 miles northwest of Boston. Just over 40,000 people live in this city in the Upper Mystic River Valley. Originally settled in 1640, Woburn was once an industrial town full of mills and factories.
Today Woburn boasts some impressive architectural sites, including the historic Winn Memorial Library and the Woburn First Congregational Church. You can also tip a beverage at Lord Hobo Brewing Company or enjoy the fellowship at St. John’s Baptist Church.
There are lots of nice hiking and biking trails in Woburn, such as Horn Pond, which is a great place to spend the day. Or, when the weather isn’t sunny, you can still walk your dog at Paw Prints Indoor Dog Park.
When you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, you don’t always know where to turn. It’s nice to have someone on you side who will comfort you and go over your options. When we take on a case, we begin by investigating the accident. We’ll review police reports and your medical records, go over photos of the accident scene, and find out if the accident was captured by any surveillance videos.
Our team at DiBella Law Offices, P.C will interview everyone who witnessed the accident, and then we’ll reconstruct the accident scene. We may also consult experts to strengthen your claim, such as medical and forensic specialists.
The insurance companies know we mean business, so we’re usually able to get a good settlement without going to court. But we’re always ready to take you case to trial if that’s what it takes to get you the money you need.
Thousands of Americans are killed in motor vehicle accidents annually and over two million people are injured in auto collisions every year. Automobile collisions make up the largest portion of these accidents because so many of us are dependent on cars to get around. Although cars are safer than ever before, an automobile crash can still result in serious injuries that require extensive medical care.
A fully loaded big rig truck weighs up to 25 times more than an automobile. Trucks have longer stopping times, and they do considerable damage when they crash into a smaller vehicle. When trucking companies try to cut costs by hiring inexperienced drivers or by failing to service their vehicles on a regular basis, it can result in devastating accidents.
Pedestrians, cyclists, motorcycle riders, and their passengers have one thing in common – they’re all unprotected out on the road. This can lead to catastrophic injuries when you are hit by someone driving in a larger vehicle.
Any type of motor vehicle accident may result in serious injuries that require extensive treatment. The costs of these accidents may include:
- Emergency room treatment
- Scarring and disfigurement
- Home and car alterations
- In-home nursing care
- Reduced earning potential
- Physical therapy
- Time lost from work
Property owners have a duty to help keep people safe. If there are hazardous conditions that a landlord or business owner should have known about, they can be held liable when someone gets hurt. That means supermarket owners must make sure they have enough employees to clean up spills and their employees have to respond to a hazardous situation right away.
Landlords and other property owners must be proactive about checking their property for potholes, loose handrails, slippery walkways, poor lighting, and other conditions that can lead to serious accidents.
Common types of premises liability cases include:
- Slip and falls
- Dog bites
- Parking lot accidents
- Negligent security
- Elevator accidents
- Swimming pool injuries
- Stairway falls
At DiBella Law Offices, P.C, we’ll be by your side every step of the way, helping you get the money you need to put your life back together. Call (978) 327-5140 to learn more today.