"Tyler Langlais, an attorney at Mass Injury Group, handled my personal injury case in a most professional manner, and I was very pleased with the settlement he obtained for me. My case was pursued efficiently and expediently. Tyler kept me informed of progress each step of the way. I would recommend him highly to anyone who suffers the misfortune of a personal injury." Ed N
"A 35 year old traffic warrant for popped up when I applied for a DL in a new state. For a flat fee these guys helped me resolve the issue in a timely fashion. Dan Gallant was my main contact and he was fantastic. Lots of clear communication and follow through." Eric Jennings
"Top notch lawyer. Responsive to emails. Worked hard to get the settlement in a Worker's Comp case that was fair and equitable. Helped me navigate how the games that they played. Would recommend that others seek Michael for assistance in your cases as well. A good lawyer on your side is a must. A+." Jason Arroyo
"Tyler Langlais esq., quickly litigated and settled my case. He was extremely professional, down to earth, and very smart. I would recommend Tyler and his team of law professionals to all family and friends of mine." Jim DeStefano
"Attorney Michael Smith was very accommodating. I hate traveling into the city dealing with traffic, so he met me locally. He negotiated a fair settlement and I'm satisfied with his counsel." Myrienne
We serve the following localities: Suffolk County including Boston, Chelsea, and Revere; Essex County including Gloucester, Lawrence, Lynn, and Salem; Norfolk County including Brookline, Dedham, Quincy, and Weymouth; Middlesex County including Arlington, Cambridge, Framingham, Lowell, and Newton; Plymouth County including Brockton and Plymouth; Worcester County including Leominster, Webster, Westborough, and Worcester.View More
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