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Middlesex County

With such a vast and diverse population, there are bound to be occurrences that require the assistance of an attorney and the lawyers at Joel H. Schwartz, P.C. are here to help residents of Middlesex County with their legal needs. For all the positives that come from being in a well-populated area with bastions of higher education, there is also the potential for accidents that lead to serious and long-lasting injuries. Among many other occurrences, we can represent clients who have been subjected to the following:

With over 50 years of experience and hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation secured for our clients, you’ll receive top-notch legal counsel from our firm to receive the maximum amount of compensation possible for your case. Our attorneys will work tirelessly to ensure that you are receiving the best possible care and attention. Joel H. Schwartz, P.C. will keep you informed as your case proceeds and you’ll be an integral part of the process every step of the way.

Founded in 1643, Middlesex County in Massachusetts boasts a population of more than 1.5 million people. Two of the most famous universities in the world, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, are located in Cambridge in Middlesex County. It is the most populous county in all of New England. College towns and counties tend to have a significant nightlife and when people make mistakes, there can be consequences that lead to injuries. While people attending M.I.T. and Harvard have to be intelligent, young people make mistakes that can result in personal injuries for which an attorney will be required.

You needn’t be concerned about money in the initial stages of a lawsuit. We take no money unless you win your case and the consultation costs you nothing. When in need of a personal injury attorney in Middlesex County, the first call you should make is to Joel H. Schwartz, P.C.


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