Boston Attorneys for Catastrophic Injuries

Formidable advocates for victims in Massachusetts and across the country

For more than three decades, the catastrophic injury lawyers at Thornton & Naumes, LLP have fought fiercely for victims and their families.  We provide solid solutions to even the most complex and devastating injury cases.

Obtaining vital compensation for clients

From the free initial consultation through conclusion of your case, the firm’s injury lawyers keep you fully informed about what to expect and about your legal rights.

We also help ensure—

  • You receive proper medical treatment
  • Your bills are paid
  • Every aspect of your case is thoroughly investigated
  • Reputable medical, vocational, and accident reconstruction experts review your case
  • Your case is supported by solid facts

Experienced injury trial lawyers working for you

Over the years, the firm has tried countless catastrophic personal injury trials. Our experience in this area is extensive, and our record of success is documented.

Clients trust our proven abilities in cases involving: 

  • Death
  • Brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Burns
  • Amputation
  • Cancer and other diseases 

We have particular experience with— 

  • Three-wheeler, four-wheeler, and ATV accidents
  • Recreational accidents
  • Maritime and boating injuries
  • Cruise ship injuries
  • Plane crashes
  • Helicopter crashes
  • Fires or explosions
  • Drowning
  • Electrocution
  • Chemical exposure
  • Elevator or escalator accidents
  • Amusement park/water park accidents

Thornton & Naumes catastrophic injury attorneys

Please visit our significant cases page to see our successes in catastrophic injury cases.

Trust our Massachusetts catastrophic injury attorneys to help

Contact the Boston law firm of Thornton & Naumes, LLP online or at 1.888.491.9726 for a free consultation with a recognized leader in personal injury litigation.  You have nothing to risk.  We offer a fair and accurate assessment of your case, and, perhaps, some hope.

 

 

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