Lowell Car Accident
The city of Lowell is the fourth largest city in Massachusetts with a population of about 100,000 residents. Nicknamed “Mill City” after the industrial boom in the 1850’s, the city is recognized as the birthplace of the industrial revolution. Today it is a vibrant city located just 40 minutes north-west of Boston. Interstate 495 runs through the city, making an easy commute for residents. More than 80% of residents who commute drive a car to work. With so many commuters, car accidents in Lowell are unavoidable. If you have been involved in a Lowell, MA car accident you may need an experienced Lowell auto accident attorney.
The MA car accident attorneys at Altman & Altman understand how confusing and shocking a car accident can be. There are so many questions left to be answered in the wake of an accident. How will my medical bills get paid? Will my insurance cover the accident? Can I bring a personal injury claim? How will I survive if I am unable to work due to my injury? Altman & Altman has over 40 years of experience dealing with motor vehicle accidents and will answer all of your questions.
Dealing directly with an insurance company can be frustrating, aggravating and sometimes intimidating. Our experienced MA car accident attorneys have been taking care of clients needs for four decades and know how to handle the insurance companies. Our lawyer make our clients benefits are paid on time and for the proper amount. We understand how difficult it is to be out of work and miss a paycheck. We make sure your lost wages and property damage claims are paid promptly. There are statutory regulations that insurance companies must follow. We make sure they do.
There are many factors leading to a car accident that must be considered when deciding whether to bring a personal injury claim. What is the severity of my injury? Will I be able to work? Will I need additional treatment? We recommend speaking to an attorney so you understand exactly what is at stake and what the potential value of your injury claim may be? There is a tort threshold in Massachusetts that has to be made in order to file a personal injury claim, so not everyone involved in an accident can make a claim for personal injuries.
Some accident are more severe than others, while most cases are not catastrophic, some are. If you have been involved in a catastrophic car accident it is imperative to have experts involved in the case during the early stages. Representing individuals in motor vehicle injury cases for close to five decades, our injury attorneys have established relationships with many of the finest experts in Commonwealth, from accident reconstruction specialists, economic impact professionals, and numerous others.
The attorneys at Altman & Altman will be sure that you receive compensation for your injuries, your pain and suffering, your medical costs, and your lost wages. Attorneys at Altman & Altman are available for a free consultation 24 hours a day at 617.492.3000 or toll free at 800.481.6199.