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 to maintain. If you have been injured at work, or have developed a condition or disability caused by your work environment or daily work responsibilities, please call the experienced attorneys at Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. for a free consultation today.
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 way to know if you are a candidate for Social Security Disability benefits is to contact Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. today for a free consultation.

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 you may be able to pursue, whether with your own insurance company or against the insurer for the at-fault party. Dealing with insurance companies after an accident can be very frustrating so it is important to speak with an attorney soon after an accident. An attorney will speak with the insurance companies on your behalf and help you navigate the complex waters of resolving personal injury claims following an accident. If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident where you were not at fault, please call Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. today for a free consultation.

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.

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 result. Instead, the Commonwealth, cities, towns and counties have established accidental disability retirement plans to compensate their injured workers should they become disabled and can no longer work as a result. The decision to apply for Accidental Disability Retirement (ADR) is important, and the process itself requires an application along with several medical examinations. Thus, it is crucial that you speak with an experienced attorney at Agnelli Law Offices, P.C. today if you are an injured or disabled public sector employee.