Areas of Practice

Personal Injury

Watertown Personal Injury Lawyers
Our personal injury attorneys have vast experience handling personal injury cases of all types. Just recovering from a personal injury is difficult on its own; making sure you are compensated for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering, caused through no fault of your own, can be overwhelming. We have fought for personal injury clients to obtain financial compensation in cases involving:

If you were injured, it is important to discuss your case with an experienced personal injury lawyer before you speak to an insurance adjuster. Insurance companies will try to convince you to settle your personal injury claim quickly and cheaply, before you understand the full extent of your personal injuries, and before you know what you are legally entitled to receive from them.

Our personal injury lawyers pursue your personal injury claim aggressively.  We are relentless advocates for our personal injury clients while maintaining a professional and well-respected demeanor.  Our personal injury attorneys work with our personal injury clients to determine who may be liable for their injuries.  We carefully investigate the facts and circumstances, evaluate the injuries, and ascertain the available assets and insurance to determine the best approach to pursuing the personal injuries and damages our clients have suffered.  We will represent you throughout your treatment process, then we will attempt to resolve your personal injury claim with the insurance company.  Unless we obtain a fair settlement offer, we will take your personal injury case to court to fight for what may be rightfully yours.

If you or a loved one has been personally injured, please contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney.

Snow and Ice

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has greatly expanded property owners’ duty to remove snow and ice accumulations on their property.  The old rule was that they could not be held liable for naturally occurring accumulations of snow and ice.  That rule has been replaced, and property owners will now be held to a reasonable person standard when it comes to snow and ice removal.

Property owners should take care of their property by shoveling their walkways in a timely fashion.  If you are hurt due to a slip or fall caused by someone’s failure to remove snow or ice, please contact the experienced personal injury attorneys at LaFountain & Wollman, P.C. and begin the process of recovering what you are owed.