Posts made in September 2018

Darin Colucci Wins Newsweek’s Best Personal Injury Lawyer Award for Fourth Year in a Row

Darin Colucci Recognized as One of the Best Personal Injury Attorneys for Fourth Consecutive Year

What is a prospective client’s greatest assurance that they’ve made the right choice when selecting a lawyer?  Consistent recognition for being the very best.  Consistent recognition for excellence isn’t something you can fake.  It isn’t something you “luck into.”  It’s something that is earned, day in and day out; year in and year out.  Colucci, Colucci, Marcus & Flavin, P.C., has consistently been recognized by trustworthy authorities like Newsweek.com, Super Lawyers and U.S. News and World Report as a “Best Law Firm” in the area of personal injury law.  Their results speak for themselves.  No bluster.  Just a team of dedicated professionals with one goal in mind: success for you and your family.

 

Before you choose your quarterback, learn more at  https://www.newsweek.com/insights/best-personal-injury-attorneys-2018/colucci-colucci-marcus-flavin-p.c.

Merrimack Explosion

Merrimack Explosion

 

Our hearts go out to the thousands who have been adversely affected by the recent gas explosions on the North Shore, especially to the families that lost their homes or, more tragically, loved ones.  Our firm has handled numerous gas explosion cases.  They may seem easy but they aren’t.  Columbia  Gas fights hard and tries to hide behind the danger of the gas delivery business as an over-arching defense.  This is a specious argument because we all pay for this service and they have an absolute obligation to delivery their product in  a safe manner.  Further, they have an absolute obligation to update their systems and infrastructure precisely because they are engaged in a business that poses incredible risks to the public at large.  Columbia Gas apparently had plans to majorly overhaul their pipework and systems in 2019.  It certainly would appear that their upgrades were a year too late.  #Merrimackexplosion