Personal Injury Law – Getting you Back on your Feet

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Personal injuries can be subtle and can be significant. From life altering disabilities, temporary impairment with pain discomfort and fatigue. From hospital stays, to confinement in bed. From lost wages or reduction in earning capacity, to no longer being able to do the things you once enjoyed with those you love. The harms and losses people experience are often greater than just out of pocket medical expense or the cost of repair to put your car back on the road.

At MUNROE, P.C. we can help you through the process of:

  • working with your doctor to recover your physical wellbeing
  • obtaining necessary medical records
  • communicating between you, your doctor, and insurers
  • negotiating for settlement or preparing for trial
  • obtaining the compensation that you are entitled to

There is help available.  When your life has been thrown off course or out of balance because of what another did or failed to do, contact MUNROE, P.C. We are here. We will listen. We can help.

Know Your Options. Call (978) 388-1100 Today for a Free Consultation!

At MUNROE, P.C. we represent clients in many kinds of personal injury litigation including:

Motor Vehicle Collisions (“Accidents” or “MVA”)

  • Auto Accidents
  • Drunk Driving Accident Injuries
  • Texting while Driving Accident Injuries
  • Truck Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Bicycle Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Uninsured/Under-insured motorist claims

Other Accident Related Injuries

  • Premises Liability
    • Slip and Fall / Trip and Fall
    • Defective Staircase/Railing
    • Slip and Fall on Snow and Ice
    • Supermarket Slip and Fall
    • Social Host / Dram Shop / Liquor Liability
  • Dog Bite Injuries
    • Dangerous animals / dangerous propensity
    • Pit Bulls

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Representing clients from Amesbury, Cape Ann, and The North Shore as well as Hudson, the Merrimack Valley and MetroWest.

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