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Hampden County

The attorneys at Joel H. Schwartz, P.C. have over four decades of experience assisting residents and visitors to Hampden County, Massachusetts with their cases. Hundreds of millions of dollars in awards and settlements have been won by our legal firm and we have the wide-ranging legal knowhow to assist you with your case. Examples of cases we represent involve:

  • Medical malpractice or negligence
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Construction site accidents
  • Discrimination or harassment in the workplace
  • Wrongful termination
  • Motorcycle, vehicle, pedestrian or bicycle accidents
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Mesothelioma

No matter the circumstances, you have legal rights to compensation if you have been injured, mistreated or were the victim of another’s negligence. The caring attorneys at Joel H. Schwartz, P.C. have the knowledge to assist you with your case in Hampden County. Call today to discuss your case.

Located in the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts, Hampden County has a population of slightly more than 460,000 people. Established in 1812, it is non-governmental, meaning it doesn’t have a local government. Springfield is the largest city in the Connecticut River Valley and is recognized as the birthplace of basketball. The Basketball Hall of Fame is located on the riverfront and was built in 2003. Other attractions in Springfield include the Dr. Seuss memorial sculpture garden and the first planetarium built in the United States. In nearby Agawam is the Six Flags New England amusement park. Springfield is also the home of six notable universities including Tufts University School of Medicine.

Such a lively and interesting area is sure to attract tourists, residents and businesses. However, in any location there are going to be mishaps of an accidental or incidental nature that require the assistance of a personal injury lawyer and the attorneys at Joel H. Schwartz, P.C. can help.

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