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Experiencing an injury of any type can cause considerable emotional distress; however, suffering catastrophic injuries due to an at-fault party's negligence can further exacerbate your agony.

You deserve experienced legal representation to fight for your rights and help you win maximum compensation for your injuries.

The Boston personal injury lawyers at Dolman Law Group have recovered millions of dollars for injury victims and people just like you. Call today for a free and confidential consultation.

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Work On

A personal injury can happen at work, home, or in your car and are often caused by negligent parties that fail their duty of care. If you're injured due to their negligence, you could end up with huge medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses that shouldn't be your responsibility. Personal injury victims are often confused on how they should handle such costs.

The following are the most common types of injury claims and lawsuit that our firm handles:

Auto Accidents

Auto accidents can occur in the blink of an eye. A moment's distraction can cause a driver to swerve into oncoming traffic or miss an oncoming hazard, substantially increasing the risk of an accident. An auto accident is a type of accident that can occur due to driver inebriation or ignoring the rules of the road.

Many auto accident victims end up with catastrophic injuries that impact every area of their lives: spinal cord injuries, burn injuries, traumatic brain injury, neck injuries, amputations, and severely broken bones, for example. They can also lead to property damage

Auto accidents can occur in the blink of an eye. A moment's distraction can cause a driver to swerve into oncoming traffic or miss an oncoming hazard, substantially increasing the risk of an accident. A motor vehicle accident is a type of accident that can occur due to driver inebriation or ignoring the rules of the road.

Many auto accident victims end up with catastrophic injuries that impact every area of their lives: spinal cord injuries, burn injuries, traumatic brain injury, neck injuries, amputations, and severely broken bones, for example. They can also lead to property damage.

Many personal injury victims end up with catastrophic injuries that impact every area of their lives: spinal cord injuries, burn injuries, traumatic brain injury, neck injuries, amputations, and severely broken bones, for example. They can also lead to property damage Sadly, we also handle wrongful death claims that arise following motor vehicle accidents. Wrongful death is the loss of life caused by the negligence exhibited by an individual or corporation. Fatal accidents result in wrongful death case that often requires the retention of expensive experts. Make sure to research Boston personal injury attorneys to determine who has the financial resources to handle such a complicated claim.

Another common factor behind car accidents is distracted driving. Far too many drivers divert their attention to texting or playing with their phones while driving. Our law firm has successfully represented numerous injured victims of distracted driving.

Truck Accidents

Semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, and other commercial trucks pose some of the same hazards on the road as smaller passenger vehicles but with an even greater challenge. The greater weight and mass associated with most big trucks can put accident victims at higher risk for severe injuries.

In the case of big truck accidents, you may need to pursue compensation from the truck driver's employer and go through the truck driver's insurance company directly to seek compensation for your injuries.

Motorcycle Accidents

Bikers must always carefully observe everything going on around them to decrease their risk of serious injury in a motorcycle accident.

Even with proper protective gear, including a helmet, jacket, and gloves, motorcycle riders have little protection from passenger vehicles or big trucks on the road. In many cases, motorcycle riders suffer severe injuries because of their accidents. Again, an alarming percentage of motorcycle accidents result in a wrongful death.

Birth Injuries

Any time a mother or child suffers a serious injury during the birthing process, doctors consider it a birth injury. Women remain incredibly vulnerable throughout the birthing process and immediately afterward. They rely on their doctors to care for and support both them and their babies.

When a doctor fails in his duty of care to his patient, resulting in serious injury to the woman or child, he may bear liability for their injuries.

Medical Malpractice

Doctors always bear a strong duty of care to their patients, whether they suffer from injuries or illness. A doctor who fails to take proper care of his patient, on the other hand, can lead to considerable additional pain and suffering.

Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional:

  • Fails to properly diagnose a patient, given proper evidence of the patient's symptoms
  • Misdiagnoses a patient despite clear evidence
  • Commits a surgical error
  • Fails to properly inform a patient about the risks associated with a medical procedure or medication
  • Prescribes the wrong medication or the wrong dose of a medication
  • Birth injuries - these are injuries caused by an OBGYN or medical provider during the birthing process. The actual injuries can be sustained by the baby or the mother. Birth injuries include oxygen deprivation and fetal distress which in turn may result in cerebral palsy. This is often caused by the improper use of forceps in the birthing process when the baby is positioned improperly in the womb. We have also handled cases involving the improper use of forceps which resulted in injuring the baby's neck. A delay in ordering a c-section can also result in fetal distress. If your child is the victim of a birth injury
  • Medical malpractice can also occur when a medical device malfunctions, failing to perform as described. When medical devices fail, they often cause serious injury to the patient. Keep in mind that medical malpractice claims can be difficult to prove as we must demonstrate that the physician or medical provider's actions grossly deviated from the expected standard of care. If your child is the victim of a birth injury call our Boston medical malpractice lawyers today at (857) 407-4182

Medical malpractice can also occur when a medical device malfunctions, failing to perform as described. When medical devices fail, they often cause serious injury to the patient.

Pedestrian Accidents

Motorists don't always watch where they're going, and when they do, they sometimes forget to look for people walking across the street. Maybe they're driving down a residential street too fast, focused on where they're going instead of where they are, and a ball pops out into the road—with a child right behind it.

Or they're trying to beat a red light at an intersection near the theater district, where you're walking to a show. Or they're drunk after leaving a bar, and they swerve and jump the curb. If they fail to brake in time in these or other situations and injure you or a loved one, call our Boston pedestrian accident lawyers for help recovering the compensation you deserve.

Slip and Fall Accidents

You're at a Red Sox, Celtics, or Bruins game, and someone failed to clean up a spilled beer in the stands. You shot out to the suburbs to load up on supplies at Walmart, and the store neglected to clear ice off the parking lot or patch a pothole. You're flying into or out of Boston Logan International Airport, and you find a loose railing on a staircase—the hard way.

Slips and falls aren't always minor embarrassments—they can cause severe injuries, from broken bones to traumatic brain injuries that require hospital stays, physical and cognitive therapy, and other expensive treatments.

If this happened to you because of someone else's negligence, contact the Boston slip and fall lawyers at Dolman Law Group.

Premises Liability Accidents

Any time you visit a property, especially a public property, you expect a reasonable standard of care from the owner of that property. For example, when walking through a store, you expect clean floors that do not pose an unnecessary fall hazard.

At a hotel, you may expect well-maintained elevators or proper handrails when you use the stairs.

Sometimes, however, a public venue may fail in its obligation to keep you safe. Premises liability accidents due to slip and fall hazards or falling objects can lead to serious injuries for which you, as the victim, may deserve substantial compensation.

Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

A nursing home should offer an incredibly safe location where elderly individuals can live out the rest of their lives in comfort while receiving the medical and personal support they need to maintain a high quality of life.

Unfortunately, some facilities fail to provide the required standard of care. Nursing home abuse and neglect can occur in several different ways:

  • Failure to provide adequate care. Nursing homes exist to provide care for elderly individuals who can no longer provide that care for themselves. Nursing home staff may need to help with cleanliness, feeding, toilet needs, and medical care. Failure to provide such services for elderly individuals can lead to dehydration, malnutrition, more frequent illness and injuries, and, in many cases, wrongful death.
  • Physical abuse. Physical abuse occurs when one party uses physical force against another, often either as a show of power or to force the abused party to perform specific actions. Family members may notice signs of physical abuse due to increased bruising and unexplained injuries.
  • Emotional abuse. Emotional abusers use the victim's emotions to manipulate, coerce, and take away their sense of power. In a nursing home, caregivers may abuse residents by trying to separate them from their loved ones, suggesting that the residents do not deserve a high quality of care, or belittling them. Seniors in nursing homes deserve a high level of respect and care, but emotional abusers often fail to deliver it.
  • Sexual abuse. Sexual abusers may force sex on nursing home residents or engage in unwanted forms of sexual contact. A patient who cannot consent, including patients with dementia, can also suffer sexual abuse when a caregiver commits sexual acts against the victim's will. Sexual abuse may include non-medical genital, rectal, or breast contact.
  • Financial abuse. In addition to other, more obvious forms of abuse, some seniors may suffer financial abuse at the hands of their caregivers, including caregivers in nursing home environments. In financial abuse situations, the abuser may steal or coerce money from the senior for the abuser's own purposes, often to take care of personal bills and expenses.

Construction Site Accidents

Construction sites have opportunities for accidents and injuries everywhere. Construction sites include heavy machinery, exposed electrical wires, and numerous other hazards that pose serious problems for both workers and visitors to those sites. Construction site injuries tend to be severe and often catastrophic workers' compensation claims or even independent third-party negligence-based personal injury lawsuits.

When construction workers fail to follow Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety guidelines, they can cause serious injuries. Potential dangers include crushing injuries, falling injuries, electrocution, or exposure to hazardous chemicals. Equipment failures can also pose a substantial hazard.

Workers' Compensation

Employees have grounds for a workers' compensation claim when they suffer an injury on the job. Workers' compensation does not work quite the same way as a traditional personal injury claim.

Under workers' compensation, a person can claim compensation for a percentage of their lost wages while they must remain on leave due to their injuries.

Workers' compensation will also pay for all medical expenses associated with an on-the-job injury. It does not necessarily matter who caused the accident; if it occurred at work, the employer or, more often, the employer's workers' compensation insurance, will pay out the claim.

In some cases, however, workers' compensation victims may have the right to additional compensation. If, for example, that workplace injury caused serious complications that prevent you from returning to work, you may have grounds for a fair settlement.

If you believe you have grounds for a personal injury claim against negligent parties, contact an experienced personal injury law firm as soon as possible following your accident as possible to discuss the details of your accident.

We Have Helped Our Clients With These Injuries and More

Any time you suffer injuries due to the negligence of another party, you may have grounds for a personal injury case.

In some common types of accidents, however, victims may suffer physical injuries that leave them with lifelong consequences—not to mention medical bills that can provide a substantial financial burden, especially if the injured party cannot return to work.

Traumatic Brain Injury

Blunt force trauma to the head may lead to traumatic brain injury. Traumatic brain injuries commonly occur in bicycle or motorcycle accidents, especially if the victim does not wear a helmet at the time of the accident. They can also occur on construction sites or in nursing home settings, especially after a slip and fall.

Some victims with traumatic brain injury will eventually recover normal cognitive function, though even victims with mild cases may notice that symptoms linger a year or more after the accident. Victims with severe traumatic brain injury, on the other hand, may never fully recover their former cognitive processing abilities.

Not only does traumatic brain injury have the potential to cause problems with long-term memory, but it can also cause short-term memory issues, difficulty with focus and concentration, and emotional disturbances, including the inability to regulate emotions properly.

Victims may need help completing everyday tasks. In some severe cases, victims may need a caregiver all the time to help prevent impulsive choices and provide other necessary care.

Spinal Cord Injury

Victims with complete spinal cord injury usually suffer full paralysis below the site of the injury. Spinal cord injury can also impact the function of organs below the site of the injury.

Incomplete spinal cord injury, in which the spinal cord does not sever completely, can still cause limited mobility and decreased function.

Birth Injury

Any time a child suffers a serious injury, it causes the parents as much anguish as the child. Birth injuries do not just cause immediate suffering for both children and parents; they can cause limitations that may affect an otherwise healthy child for the rest of their life.

Common birth injuries include:

  • Brachial palsy
  • Facial paralysis
  • Subconjunctival hemorrhage
  • Fractures

Mothers may also suffer severe injuries during the birthing process. In some cases, those injuries can lead to sexual dysfunction or infertility.

Amputations

Accidents on construction sites or auto accidents, especially motorcycle accidents or bicycle accidents, can quickly lead to amputations or the removal of a limb due to trauma. In some cases, amputations occur because of the force and trauma of the accident itself.

In other cases, accident victims may require an amputation after the accident itself due to decreased blood flow to the limb or the extent of the injury and trauma.

Amputees often need prosthetic devices to help aid in mobility and independence. While those devices can help create more independence in the patient, they also require frequent replacement and represent a lifelong medical expense.

Broken Bones

Broken bones usually heal with time, though some may require surgical treatment for the victim to make a full recovery. They can, however, cause severe complications, especially during the early stages of the healing process.

Many victims with broken bones suffer lifelong limitations due to their injuries. While healing, they may lose the ability to work temporarily or, in some cases, permanently.

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Seeking Compensation After a Serious Accident in Boston

Personal Injury Law Firm in Boston

If you suffered serious injuries in an accident due to the negligence of another party, contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon after your accident as possible.

A personal injury attorney can give you a better idea of the compensation you deserve, who caused or contributed to your injuries, and what factors you need to consider as you file your claim

Determining the Liable Party

Sometimes, you can clearly determine the liable party in an accident. For example, if you tripped on poorly maintained stairs and fell while navigating your Boston hotel, you may see that the hotel bears liability for those injuries. In other cases, you may find it much more difficult to establish liability.

Take, for example, an auto accident with a big truck driver. The truck driver lost control of his vehicle in a jackknife accident, causing the trailer to swing around and hit your vehicle. Who bears liability?

Clearly, the truck driver bears liability for the accident since the truck driver bears primary liability for anything that occurs while he drives his vehicle. Other parties, however, may share liability.

For example, the driver's employer may share liability for forcing him to drive in unsafe conditions or exceed the legal number of hours he can spend behind the wheel each day. In addition, if an outside party loaded the trailer and a shifting load caused the jackknife accident, the party that loaded the vehicle may share liability for the accident.

An attorney can help identify all parties that contributed to your accident, allowing you to claim damages from all liable parties. Often, accident victims find this can increase their compensation.

To determine liability, an attorney will consider:

  • Who bore a duty of care to you at the time of your accident?
  • How did that party violate that duty of care?
  • How did that violation lead to your injuries?

All drivers, for example, bear a duty of care to others with whom they share the road. Likewise, trucking companies bear a duty of care to those who share the road with their drivers.

Drivers who break the rules of the road, allow their attention to drift off the road, or drink and drive have violated their duty of care and, therefore, bear liability for any injuries that occur.

Determining the Compensation You Deserve After a Boston Accident

The compensation you deserve for your personal injury case will vary based on the extent of your injuries and your medical needs following the accident.

Most people, however, claim common elements of compensation when they put together their personal injury claims, including:

  • Medical expenses associated with the accident
  • Lost wages because you could not work immediately after the accident
  • Pain and suffering related to your injuries

Discuss your injuries and the situation that led to your accident with an experienced personal injury attorney to learn more about the specific compensation you deserve.

For a free legal consultation with a personal injury law firm serving Boston, call 833-552-7274

Boston Personal Injury FAQs

FAQs about Boston personal injuries

After your accident, you may have a lot of questions.

Contact an experienced personal injury attorney to get a better idea of the answers to questions about your specific claim or learn more about your legal rights after an accident.

How Much does It Cost to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney in Boston?

Many accident victims avoid getting in touch with a personal injury attorney because they fear the cost. Fortunately, an experienced lawyer from our law firm will cost you nothing out of pocket.

Our personal injury attorneys will start with a free consultation: a chance to ask questions, evaluate your claim, and get to know more about the situation. During that consultation, we may decide whether you have a case, and you can determine whether we fit your needs.

We also take personal injury claims on a contingency fee basis. Instead of paying upfront for your attorney's services, you will pay your legal expenses based on a percentage of the award you receive for your injuries.

For many accident victims, contingency fee agreement makes a personal injury attorney much more affordable.

Do I Really Need an Attorney to Handle My Boston Personal Injury Case?

If you suffered serious injuries due to the negligence of another party, you need an experienced personal injury attorney to help you manage your claim. Many accident victims notice that an attorney helps them recover more compensation from the liable party than they could recover on their own.

An attorney can also advise you as you file your claim and deal with the insurance company or the liable party. Not only that, but many accident victims also find that working with a personal injury lawyer reduces the stress they feel because of their claim, allowing them to focus on their recovery, not on their injuries.

Most importantly, an injury lawyer can help you better understand the compensation you deserve. In many cases, accident victims misjudge the worth of their claims. A Boston personal injury lawyer can help you better understand the compensation you deserve because of your injuries.

The At-Fault Party's Insurance Company Offered Me a Settlement. Should I Still Pursue a Claim?

Always contact an attorney and ask for advice before accepting any settlement offer issued by the liable party or that party's insurance company after a serious accident. Sometimes, the insurance company or liable party genuinely does have your best interests in mind.

The company may recognize that it cannot avoid making a large payout and want to shorten the process as much as possible, or the liable party might accept guilt and want to make things right.

Often, however, that settlement offer does not come out of a desire to make things right, but rather out of a desire to get you to sign fast before you have a chance to talk to an attorney. In many cases, an insurance company will issue a low settlement offer in that initial contact.

If you accept that offer, it can prevent you from receiving the full compensation you really deserve for your injuries. Many victims mistakenly take that offer, then end up without the funds they need to cover their medical bills and other expenses.

Who Pays My Medical Bills After an Accident in Boston?

Following a serious accident, you may have substantial concerns about how to handle your medical bills. As the injured party, you bear liability for paying any medical expenses associated with your injuries, from emergency medical treatment to ongoing physical therapy to help you recover.

The liable party will not simply foot the bill for all medical expenses, and the bills will come to you, not to that party. You do, however, have several options for taking care of your medical expenses after a serious accident pursuant to Massachusetts personal injury law.

  • Your health insurance: Your health insurance can provide vital coverage for your medical expenses following a serious accident. In many cases, your health insurance will cover most of your medical costs, which can provide peace of mind as you undergo expensive medical treatments and manage the other aspects of your recovery.
  • PIP insurance: If you suffered injuries in an auto accident, you could use your PIP insurance to pay your initial medical expenses. PIP insurance can help with the cost of emergency treatment and prevent a delay in your care, which can increase the odds that you will make a full recovery after your accident.
  • A personal injury claim: While the liable party does not have to pay your medical bills directly, you can seek compensation for your medical expenses through a personal injury claim. It can take time to get the funds you need from a personal injury claim in your hands, so communicate with your medical care providers to let them know about the situation and when you intend to pay.
  • A personal injury lawsuit will be filed if the insurance carrier(s) fail to negotiate in a fair and reasonable manner.

How Much Is My Boston Personal Injury Claim Worth?

Consult our experienced personal injury lawyers to learn more about the specific worth of your claim.

The compensation you ultimately receive for the injuries you suffered in your accident can depend on several factors.

Who Caused My Accident?

In many cases, including auto accidents and premises liability accidents, the party that caused your accident may carry insurance that will provide the payment for your injuries. The limits of that insurance policy may also determine the maximum compensation you can receive for your injuries.

For example, Massachusetts drivers may carry minimum auto insurance that offers just $20,000 maximum bodily injury protection coverage, which could set the limit of the compensation you can receive for your injuries.

Many other parties, including Uber and Lyft drivers, big truck drivers, and premises owners, may carry insurance policies with higher limits, which can increase the compensation you can receive for your injuries.

What Injuries Did You Suffer?

In the case of severe injuries, including traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury, you may have hefty medical bills to go along with your injuries. Those medical bills will usually form the foundation of your personal injury case.

You can include all medical expenses associated with your accident, including the cost of emergency medical treatment, any services or treatments you receive to help you recover from your injuries, and ongoing therapy following your accident.

How do Your Injuries Affect Other Areas of Your Life?

In addition to physical pain and suffering, your injuries may cause substantial impacts in all areas of your life.

How much work did you have to miss because of your injuries? Could your employer get you back into the office quickly, or did you need to spend weeks, months, or more out of work as you recover? You can include those lost wages as part of your demand package when you file a personal injury claim.

In addition to those tangible losses, discuss the non-financial losses you suffered because of your injuries with your attorney. For example, many victims of serious accidents feel a sense of social isolation after the accident.

They may miss out on interactions with friends and loved ones or miss activities that have meaning within their family or social circle. An attorney can help you learn more about how to include those losses as part of your personal injury case.

How Long do I Have to File a Boston Personal Injury Claim?

You should file your personal injury claim before the statute of limitations runs out on your accident. However, many exceptions exist to the statute of limitations.

Contact an experienced Boston injury lawyer to learn more about how you can file a personal injury claim now, even if you think the statute of limitations has run out. We offer a free consultation and case review.

When Should I Get in Touch with an Attorney After a Boston Accident?

You should, ideally, get in touch with an attorney as soon after your accident as possible. An attorney can help prevent you from accepting a low settlement offer immediately after the accident and provide you with valuable advice and legal services that can help you maximize your settlement.

The sooner you contact an attorney, the sooner that attorney can begin work on your behalf.

That does not necessarily mean that your attorney will advise you to file a claim immediately. In some cases, your attorney may advise waiting until you have more time to recover from your injuries before filing a personal injury claim.

Your attorney may also want time to review the circumstances that led to your accident and look at the evidence that will help establish the liable party or parties accountable in your claim.

What Should I Do to Protect Myself After a Boston Accident?

If you suffer serious injuries in an accident, the steps you take immediately after that accident can have a huge bearing on both your recovery and your future personal injury claim.

  • Seek medical attention: Never walk away from an accident assuming you have only minor or insignificant injuries, especially if you have any pain or lost consciousness at any time. Not only does that medical care visit help ensure that you get the right treatment for your injuries, but it can also provide you with vital evidence of when your injuries took place.
  • Take pictures: If you can move safely around the scene or have someone with you who can, take pictures to provide photo evidence of what led to your accident.
  • Avoid accepting liability in any form: Do not brush off the liable party's apologies or accept responsibility yourself.
  • Contact an attorney as soon as possible: An attorney can advise you about your next steps, including how to file a personal injury claim. We offer a free consultation and case review.

We Offer Resources to Injured Claimants in Boston

Here are some resources that could help you navigate this challenging time:

  • Our podcast: Interested in exploring your legal options while you're on the move? Check out our podcast. We cover dozens of topics related to personal injury law, including what you should do after a car accident.
  • Free case reviews: We understand that choosing a personal injury lawyer in Boston, MA, is a big decision. That's why we offer free case reviews and a free consultation where you can explore partnering with our team. Here, we can discuss your case's potential and what you can expect from the legal process.
  • Our frequently asked questions (FAQ) page: We understand that you might have many questions about pursuing fair compensation for your losses. On our FAQ page, you can get the answers to any pressing questions you have, including topics you might not have considered.

We've Recovered Millions for Injured Claimants Across the Country

Dolman Law Group is a proud member of the Multi-Million-Dollar Advocates Forum. Less than 1% of the nation's attorneys are members, and membership is limited to firms that have a proven track record and have recovered more than $1 million in damages.

Here are some of the results we've achieved for injured claimants:

  • $5 million for a car accident claimant: Our client was rear-ended by another driver, sending their vehicle into the guardrail. They suffered burns on 40% of their body. We were able to reach a settlement out of court. 
  • $3.85 million for a motor vehicle accident claimant: Our client suffered spinal cord trauma and a traumatic brain injury following an injury with a semi-truck. Compensation accounted for their past and future healthcare expenses. 
  • $1.75 million for a truck accident claimant: Our client was traveling on a highway in Saint Petersburg, Florida, when a truck struck their vehicle. We resolved their case through insurance negotiations. 

We are committed to seeking the full cost of your injury-related losses.

Check Out What Our Former Clients Have to Say About Us

Some of our satisfied clients have shared:

  • Great Attorney. Matt and his team are very responsive and know how the system works. We have worked together on many cases in the past and I have learned a lot from him. I will continue to practice law with him more and more in the future. In fact, I have consulted with him personally on my own personal injury matter, which is a true testament on how much I trust him and his skills.” – Brent 
  • “Took away all the hassle with the insurance company. Attorney Dolman took care of all the hassles and paperwork I was being sent by the insurance companies. This allowed me to get treated by the doctors and focus on getting better. They handled all the doctor's bills and even got them reduced to put more money in my pocket.” – Bryan 
  • These are great people, ethical people, and they advocated for me. …I'd recommend Dolman Law Group Accident Injury Lawyers, PA and really no one else.” – Bonnie 

We will do everything possible to resolve your case to your satisfaction.

Do You Need a Boston Personal Injury Attorney? Call Us Now

If you need a personal injury attorney after a serious accident in Boston, Dolman Law Group is a law firm ready to help. We handle injury cases throughout Suffolk County and the greater Boston metropolitan area and serve the following areas, Boston, East Boston, Bunker Hill, Charlestown, Roxbury, Duxbury, Dorchester, Revere, Chelsea, Cambridge, Brookline, Medford, Winthrop, Brighton, Chestnut Hill, Winter Hill, Newton, Watertown, Everett and Malden among others.

Contact us today to learn more about your legal rights and receive a free consultation with one of our Boston personal injury attorneys.

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Matthew Dolman

Clearwater Personal Injury and Insurance Attorney

This article was written and reviewed by Matthew Dolman. Matt has been a practicing civil trial, personal injury, products liability, and mass tort lawyer since 2004. He has represented over 11,000 injury victims and has served as lead counsel in over 1000 lawsuits. Matt is a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum for resolving individual cases in excess or $1 million and $2 million, respectively. He has also been selected by his colleagues as a Florida Superlawyer and as a member of Florida’s Legal Elite on multiple occasions. Further, Matt has been quoted in the media numerous times and is a sought-after speaker on a variety of legal issues and topics.

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