Massachusetts Personal Injury Attorneys Fighting for Your Rights

Personal injuries can happen on the road, at work or at home, and often have devastating consequences. When an injury results from someone else’s negligence, you deserve compensation for your past and future medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering, disability, disfigurement, and emotional distress. You need an experienced and aggressive attorney to fight for your rights, go head-to-head with the insurance companies, and help you win fair and full compensation to pay for your recovery.

Subject matter experts to help with your case

Through our assertive, methodical approach, Rubin & Rubin has successfully helped hundreds of injured victims recover generous settlements and jury verdicts. Our attorneys consult top experts — such as trauma doctors, chiropractors, pharmacists, forensics engineers, mechanics and accident reconstruction analysts — to maximize recovery for your injuries. At trial, these experts are available to deliver clear, compelling testimony to help jurors understand the extent and cause of your injuries.

Do not delay

Massachusetts law limits the amount of time in which you can file your claim for relief. Consult an attorney immediately following your injury, when witnesses recollections are fresh and evidence remains available. The zealous advocates at Rubin & Rubin schedule appointments on weekends and evenings and will come to your home or hospital bed to ensure the timely, thorough investigation of your claims.  Our offices are conveniently located in Worcester.

Affordable attorneys prepared to help you

Rubin & Rubin will handle your personal injury claim on a contingency basis so legal bills do not compound the financial stress resulting from your injuries. You don’t pay us until we win you a judgment or obtain a settlement.

Call our firm at 508-757-7717 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with one of our firm’s aggressive attorneys. We do everything possible to help you win the compensation rightfully yours