Get Compensation After A Car Accident
The U.S. Department of Transportation reports that in 2010, there were over 5 million auto accidents in the United States. The odds are that at some point you too will be or already have been the victim of an auto accident.
Make sure you know the facts to protect yourself, your family and your assets. With more than 100 combined years of experience, our legal team at DiFruscia Law Offices has the settlement record to represent your claims case and give you peace of mind. We recognize you shouldn’t have to pay because someone else’s carelessness caused you personal injury, mental pain or financial burden.
Call us today at 978-208-2566. We have 24/7 availability to help with your questions and concerns.
How We Can Help
Our legal team has extensive experience in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire, with a focus on automotive injuries such as:
- Brain injury
- Broken bones
- Soft tissue injuries
- Neck injuries
- Back injuries
- Psychological injuries
- Face injuries
- Wrongful death
Types Of Accidents
We regularly work on a variety of different types of motor vehicle accident cases, including:
- Car accidents
- Bus accidents
- Commercial truck accidents
- Rear-end collisions
- Pedestrian accidents, such as hit-and-run accidents and crosswalk accidents
- Boating accidents
- Rollover accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Defective products, such as ineffective airbags or seatbelts
Our Proven Settlement Record
Our firm is proud to have established a reputation for results based on our previous case results, such as:
- $5.4 million for a wrongful death suit, jury verdict motor vehicle accident settlement
- $150,000 settlement from a vehicle accident that resulted in compression fractures to vertebrae
- $100,000 settlement from an accident that resulted in a fractured nose with septonasal deformity
- $245,000 settlement for an accident resulting in a herniated disc that required surgery
- $450,000 settlement when a garbage truck backed into a pedestrian, killing the pedestrian
To see how we can help you on your auto accident case, get help here.
Compensation For Your Injuries
If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, you may be entitled to compensation for:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Cost of health insurance
- Lost wages
- Loss of earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Permanent impairment
- Physical therapy
- Car repair
- Prescription bills
- Pain management surgery
- Future medical care
Why Our Firm Is Different
We understand that accidents don’t always happen between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.; that’s why we offer live help 24/7 available by phone, email or live web chat. We’ve helped hundreds of clients just like you find solace in the law.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I have a car accident claim?
A car accident occurs when two or more vehicles collide, resulting in injury, property damage, or death of one or more of the involved parties.
What should I keep in my car in case of an accident?
You must always have your license and registration in possession. You should also have proof of insurance and a pen and paper. If you do not have a camera phone, keep a disposable camera in the glove box.
What should I do if I am hurt in an auto accident?
- Stop immediately, but do not obstruct traffic.
- Call 911.
- Assist anyone who has been injured.
- Secure the names, phone numbers and addresses of other drivers, witnesses and injured persons.
- Secure the make, model and license plate numbers of all cars involved in the accident.
- Take a picture or rough drawing of scene, showing the position of cars and other details.
- Remain calm, courteous and consistent when giving your version of the accident to the police.
- Notify your insurance agent as soon as possible.
- Call an attorney.
- File an accident report.
What does it mean to be at fault?
Under Massachusetts law, you are considered to be “at fault” when your behavior at the time of the collision constitutes more than 50% of the reason for the accident.
Who determines who is at fault in a car accident?
Ultimately, the determination of who is at fault in a motor vehicle accident rests with the court in your jurisdiction.
Can anything hurt my chances of collecting, even if the accident is entirely the other person’s fault?
You should always wear your seatbelt. If you do not, insurance companies may use your failure to wear one as evidence of your own negligence and carelessness. This could hurt your chances of collecting, even if someone has rear-ended you.