Agnelli Law Offices, P.C.

Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. is a full-service personal injury law firm located inside the Mercantile Center in the heart of downtown Worcester. Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. represents clients on a variety of personal injury claims including Workers’ Compensation claims, Social Security Disability claims, motor vehicle accident claims, and other personal injuries. If you have been injured and need legal advice please do not hesitate to contact the attorneys at Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. for a free consultation.

Legal Practice Areas

Workers’ Compensation
Under Massachusetts Law, individuals who miss work and require medical treatment as a result of a work-related injury, condition or disability, may have a right to collect their lost wages and have their medical treatment paid for by their employer’s worker’s compensation insurer, which all employers are required by law... Read More
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Social Security Disability
Under the federal Social Security system, if you have become disabled for any reason and are unable to work as a result, you may qualify to receive Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits from Social Security Administration. Whether you qualify for benefits depends on a number of factors and the only... Read More
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Motor Vehicle Accidents
People are often involved in motor vehicle accidents as a result of someone else’s negligence or carelessness. Whether being rear-ended at a stop sign or being struck by a teenager reading a text message, if you are injured as a result of the accident you have a number of claims... Read More
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Other Personal Injuries
If you have been injured through what you believe to be another person’s carelessness or negligence, please contact the attorneys at Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. today for a free consultation to determine what rights you may have to pursue.
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Accidental Disability Retirement
Public employees, those who work for the Commonwealth, a city, town or county, unlike those in the private sector, typically do not pay into Social Security. Accordingly, public employees are typically not eligible to receive any Social Security Disability benefits should they become disabled and unable to work as a... Read More
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50 years of workers’ comp experience

Meet Our Attorneys

Joseph F. Agnelli, Jr., Esquire
Founding Partner

Practice Areas: Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability, Accidental Disability Retirement

Joseph F. Agnelli, Jr. is a co-founding partner of Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. Previously a partner in one of the Commonwealth’s largest personal injury firms for several years, he has nearly 40 years of experience representing injured workers in the areas of Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability and Accidental Disability Retirement claims.
Mr. Agnelli has... Read More

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Joseph F. Agnelli, III, Esquire
Founding Partner

Practice Areas: Workers’ Compensation, Motor Vehicle Accidents, General Negligence, Civil Litigation, Social Security Disability, Accidental Disability Retirement

Joseph F.  Agnelli, III, is a co-founding partner of Agnelli Law Offices, P.C.  Prior to founding Agnelli Law Offices, P.C., Attorney Agnelli established his own solo law practice, Agnelli Law Offices, LLC, focusing his practice in general civil litigation, including personal injury and business litigation. ... Read More

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Nathan G. Johnson, Esquire
  

Practice Areas: Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury, Social Security Disability, Accidental Disability Retirement

Nathan G. Johnson joined Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. in 2019 and focuses his practice on Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability and Personal Injury. Prior to joining Agnelli Law, Attorney Johnson worked as a Managing Attorney with a large commercial firm in Rhode Island, managing the firm’s Connecticut practice, where he represented clients in... Read More

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Three Years AIOLC’s 10 Best Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Massachusetts for Client Satisfaction

MCLE Scholar-Mentor Award for the 2017-2018

Latest News and Blog Posts

Importance of Timely Reporting of Work-Related Injuries or Conditions
Importance of Timely Reporting of Work-Related Injuries or Conditions

In regards to timely reporting of work-related injuries or conditions, the Massachusetts workers’ compensation law imposes two significant deadlines on an injured worker with respect to pursuing workers’ compensation benefits.

If you are injured at work, or have been diagnosed with a medical condition related to your work-activities, and you intend to pursue workers’ compensation benefits, the law requires that you 1) report the work-related injury or condition to your employer, or to your employer’s insurance company, “as soon as practicable after the happening thereof,” and 2) file a claim for benefits no less than 4 years from the date of the injury, or from when you knew, or should have known, that your medical condition was work related.

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Workers Compensation in Worcester Massachusetts
Agnelli talks with Workers Compensation Experts Writer George Morris

Joseph Agnelli has watched the work industry in the city of Worcester go through some dramatic changes the last 40 years and his business – representing injured workers – has changed right along with it.

Agnelli talks with WorkersCompensationExperts.org writer George Morris about how health care and education are now two of primary employers in Worcester and injuries to their workers still require careful attention to make sure they receive all the benefits the workers compensation system in Massachusetts allows.

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Learn How a Second Job Can Affect Your Workers' Compensation Benefits
Learn How a Second Job Can Affect Your Workers’ Compensation Benefits

Did you hold a second job when you were injured at work? How does concurrent employment affect your workers’ compensation claim and weekly benefits? Oftentimes, many workers who are hurt on the job and lose time from work, also have a second job (either full or part time) at the time of their injury. If, as a result of the original injury, they are also unable to work at the second job, they may be entitled to weekly compensation payments based on the combined lost wages from both jobs. This is referred to as “concurrent employment.”

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