Personal Injury

At Levine-Piro Law, we sensitively advocate for our clients who were injured by the negligence and carelessness of others. With so many firms practicing in this area, we distinguish ourselves by the personal touch we give our clients from our first meeting. While at other firms, most of the work is done by paralegals, at Levine-Piro Law, you will work directly with the attorney who is handling your case from the beginning.

We know that being injured can have a dramatic effect on you, your family, and your life. Beyond the physical injuries you sustained, you may have gone through months of medical treatment or physical therapy, necessitating significant alterations to your life and the lives of your family members. Often, injuries are so serious that they prevent you from doing your job, resulting in financial harm to you and your family. And physical injuries often result in emotional and psychological consequences for you and your family. At Levine-Piro Law, we work to obtain compensation for you that encompasses all of these aspects of your experience.

If you were involved in an incident or accident that resulted in injury to you, and you feel that this happened as a result of someone else’s negligence or carelessness, please call us to schedule a consultation.

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We handle a variety of personal injury cases, including:

Motor Vehicle Accidents

We represent victims of auto accidents, helping to obtain compensation for physical injuries, lost wages, and pain and suffering. While many cases settle, and we are experienced in negotiating with insurance companies and other attorneys, we are also prepared to litigate your case if necessary.

Premises Liability Cases, including slip and fall cases

If you were injured while on the property of another person or on the property of a business, you may be entitled to compensation. Typically, property owners have a duty to keep their space reasonably safe. If your injury was the result of someone’s failure to do so, you may be due compensation for your injuries, pain and suffering, and lost wages.

Construction Site Accidents

If you sustained injuries while working at or near a construction site, the owner, general contractor, or subcontractor may be responsible. If you were working at the site, workers’ compensation may take care of a portion of your medical bills and lost wages, but this compensation will not be enough when your injuries are severe, permanent or have resulted in long-term disability. /p>

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Please call our office at 978­-637-­2048 to set up a consultation or e-mail us.
We provide a free 15 minutes phone consultation.

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