Personal Injury & Wrongful Death
The phrase “personal injury” is a broad legal term that refers to physical injuries and financial losses resulting from another's reckless, careless, or intentional wrongdoing. Under Massachusetts law, a person who has suffered a personal injury can recover money in compensation for their immediate and long-term medical care, lost wages, and lost earning potential, pain and suffering, embarrassment and inconvenience.
If a person has dies as the result of another's negligence, family members can seek compensation for their loss. This is called a “wrongful death” claim, and there are specific laws that govern who may recover and the types of damages recoverable.
John Dalsey's office has successfully negotiated and litigated a wide variety of serious personal injury cases, including wrongful death, brain injuries and loss of limbs. His seriously injured clients have recovered millions in verdicts and settlements because of thorough investigation, careful preparation, and aggressive representation.
Attorney Dalsey has developed the expertise and skills necessary to achieve the best possible results and to maximize recovery for each of his clients. His approach is simple and is applied consistently: thoroughly investigate each claim, apply years of experience and understanding about the civil legal process, and put in the many hours necessary to properly represent victims and their families.
If you or someone in your family has suffered a personal injury or death as the result of someone else’s wrong doing, contact John F. Dalsey today to discuss your case.
Contact John F. Dalsey today for your legal needs!