Attorney Bob Allison has been helping injury and accident victims from Danvers, MA, receive fair and just compensation for over 26 years. While his clients are undergoing medical treatment and recovering from their injuries, he handles all matters concerning their personal injury claim. This includes dealing with the insurance company, obtaining medical records and bills, dealing with any collection efforts by medical providers, investigating their claim, and working to obtain fair and just compensation for his clients. Attorney Allison’s practice areas include motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, dog bites, and product liability claims.
When and How to File a Lawsuit
You have three years from the date of the accident to settle your personal injury claim or file a lawsuit. Also, some claims require that you send proper notice within a specific time period. So, if you are thinking about pursuing a personal injury claim, you should contact an attorney to find out if any notice requirements apply to you.
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Danvers Lawsuits and Courts
If you live in Danvers, MA, and need to file a personal injury lawsuit, it will probably be filed in Salem District Court, located at 56 Federal Street in Salem, Massachusetts, or Essex County Superior Court. If you file a lawsuit in Essex Superior Court, it will be assigned to Salem Superior Court, Lawrence Superior Court, or Newburyport Superior Court. The decision to file your lawsuit in District Court or Superior Court depends on whether or not there is a reasonable likelihood that your recovery will exceed $25,000 (District Court is $25,000 and under while Superior Court is over $25,000). Salem District Court also handles small claims actions, evictions, and criminal matters.
Looking for Legal Resources in Danvers, MA?
Some legal resources which you might find helpful are:
Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Regulations
Information about Danvers, Massachusetts
The town was originally founded by indigenous Native American cultures, dominated by the Massachusetts tribe. In the 17th century, Danvers was named Salem Village and is most well-known for being associated with the Salem witch trials of 1692. In 1752, the town was renamed after settler Danvers Osborn.
Some points of interest in Danvers include the Danvers State Hospital, the location of one of the state’s psychiatric hospitals from the 19th century, and the General Israel Putnam House, the birthplace of Israel Putnam, who was a major figure of the American Revolution.
What Our Danvers Clients Have to Say
F. Robert Allison, Attorney at LawI am thankful to Attorney Allison for his excellent service and representing my case. Attorney Allison kept me well informed at all times concerning all matters as well as worked to the best of his ability to see that I got what I was entitled to.
F. Robert Allison, Attorney at LawAttorney F. Robert Allison is a truly honest lawyer with integrity. He works hard for his clients and is always available to answer any questions.
F. Robert Allison, Attorney at LawBob and his staff handled promptly and professionally all of the legal matters involved with my car accident injuries keeping me informed of all of my options and listening to my concerns. [He] was very comforting during this difficult time. Bob was recommended by an acquaintance and I would not hesitate in recommending Bob to handle any new personal injury client.
Call Now for a Free Accident Injury Consultation
For a free consultation, contact Attorney Bob Allison by calling him at 978-740-9433 or filling out our online contact form.