Friday, May 19, 2017

'Ten Good Reasons To Hire An Experienced Personal Injury Attorney'

Springfield, Vermont-based law firm of Brady/Callahan has released a new Personal Injury law article on its company blog. The article offers insight for people who have questions, concerns and decisions to make following an accident or injury.

As the article says. if someone is injured due to another person's negligence, they may want to recover damages for medical expenses, pain and suffering, and lost wages. Although any accident can be a result of negligence, certain types of accidents lead to personal injury lawsuits more often than others.

As Brady/Callahan attorney Brendan Donahue noted, "Our Top Ten Reasons article is easy to read and covers a wide range of personal injury incidents, everything from from bicycle accidents and dog bites to workplace injury, motorcycle accidents and even boating and maritime accidents."

​Along with the new blog article, the Brady/Callahan law firm's website offers a number of related FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) concerning Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, ski and snowboard-related accidents and more.

Located at 56 Main Street in Springfield, VT, Brady/Callahan provides local Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation representation along with specialized expertise in Municipal Law Services. The Vermont-based Valley Business Journal voted Brady/Callahan the "Best of the Best Winner for Legal Services" in 2014. Managing partners John E. Brady, J. Christopher Callahan, and Brendan P. Donahue bring decades of legal experience to their representation of individuals, businesses, and organizations in Vermont and New Hampshire. Visit www.bradycallahan.com for more information.

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Brady/Callahan attorneys Brendon Donahue, Chris Callahan and John Brady

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