Experienced Trial Lawyers
The principal attorneys at Harris & Associates, P.C., are experienced, successful and respected trial attorneys who specialize in the representation of individuals, businesses and insurers involved in claims, disputes and litigation.
Responsive to Your Legal Needs
Our senior partners each bring more than 25 years of trial experience to your case. When you hire us, you will work directly with an experienced, knowledgeable lawyer who understands the importance of responding quickly and accurately to your concerns. We never forget what you need from your lawyer: responsive, effective representation with a focus on results.
Our firm represents individual plaintiffs, corporations and insurance companies in personal injury litigation and business litigation. Since we opened our doors in 1994, we have successfully represented clients in more than one thousand insurance and other cases involving litigation throughout Massachusetts. Our litigation experience includes:
- Car accidents
- Premises liability
- Construction site injuries
- Business disputes
Because we apply our experience equally in the areas of plaintiff representation and insurance defense, we are very familiar with the procedures and strategies for working efficiently and effectively on either side of a legal dispute.
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Contact a Massachusetts Car Accident Lawyer
We are proud to call ourselves trial attorneys. We never compromise our clients' interests as we work to obtain the results they deserve. We offer an initial consultation at no cost. Contact Boston personal injury lawyers today to arrange a meeting.
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