Passenger Injuries

Hurt While Along For The Ride? You Still Have Rights.

If you were injured in a car accident while riding as a passenger, it is important to protect your legal rights. Passenger injury cases can be very complex and call for the attention of an experienced car accident lawyer.

At Colucci, Colucci, Marcus & Flavin, P.C., our lawyers have extensive experience handling passenger injury claims for clients from the Boston area and throughout Massachusetts. We are committed to helping our clients obtain fair and just compensation for their medical bills, wage loss, pain and suffering and other hardships.

Contact us today online or by telephone at (617) 698-6000 to speak with a knowledgeable Boston, MA, passenger injury lawyer.

Compensation For Injured Passengers

If you suffered a passenger injury in a car accident, you may be able to pursue compensation from the driver of the other vehicle, the vehicle you were in, or another party, depending upon who was at fault.

If you were injured in a car accident and your friend or family member was the at-fault driver, you may have reservations about pursuing legal action. Remember, car accident injury claims are almost always paid by the driver’s insurance company, not by the driver him or herself. It is important to make sure you pursue all avenues of compensation so that you can obtain the financial resources you need to pay for your losses.

Our attorneys can navigate you through the complex legal terrain of passenger injury claims. We have a proven record of success obtaining results for clients from the Boston area and throughout Massachusetts.

Contact Us

We work on a contingency fee basis in all areas related to personal injury law, including cases involving passenger injuries. You pay nothing to us unless we obtain compensation for you.

We are available for day, evening and weekend appointments. Home and hospital consultations are available. To contact our Boston, MA, passenger injury lawyers, call (617) 698-6000. You may also contact us by e-mail.