Personal Injury Lawyer – Serving Clients Throughout the Greater Boston Area

There is nothing worse than being seriously injured in an accident. Injury victims not only deal with pain and suffering but also often face exorbitant medical bills.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to someone else’s negligence, a top-rated personal injury lawyer can help pursue maximum compensation from all at-fault parties, including individuals, businesses, products manufacturers, employers, the government, and others.

At Lowney Law, LLC, we have decades of experience tenaciously defending the rights of individuals who have been hurt because other parties acted carelessly.  Injury lawyer Timothy Lowney represents residents throughout the greater Boston area who have been seriously injured in catastrophic accidents, such as motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, slips and falls, and other devastating events.

As a wrongful death lawyer, Tim also tenaciously advocates for bereaved families in wrongful death lawsuits, helping to pursue justice and compensation on behalf of those who have lost a loved one too soon.


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If you were injured (or a loved one died) as a result of someone else’s negligence or wrongful acts, we invite you to call Lowney Law today at (617) 364-8000 to schedule a free consultation. As an experienced personal injury lawyer serving Boston and the surrounding communities, Tim is prepared to investigate your case and vigorously pursue the compensation deserved in settlement negotiations or at trial.

Massachusetts Personal Injury FAQs

What Types of Personal Injury Cases Does Lowney Law, LLC Handle?

As a Boston personal injury law firm that has successfully represented countless injury victims over the past two decades, we handle nearly all types of personal injury matters, including (but not limited to) those involving:

How Much Does an Experienced Boston Personal Injury Attorney Cost?

We understand how physically and financially debilitating an injury can be, and we want to help our clients get back on their feet as quickly as possible with minimal financial burden. We represent injury victims on a contingency fee basis. This means we are only entitled to a fee if we recover compensation on a client’s behalf, and that fee is based upon a percentage of the settlement or jury verdict.

Call our office today to schedule a free consultation with a dedicated and compassionate personal injury attorney who will fight hard to ensure your rights are protected and for the maximum compensation possible.


How Do I Prove Negligence in A Boston Car Crash or Truck Accident Case?

Car crashes and other types of traffic accidents happen all too often. They generally result from the negligence of one or more drivers, and a victim can bring a claim against whoever was responsible. However, to prevail, an injured individual must prove the following four elements:

Duty. A personal injury case is normally based on showing that the defendant had an obligation to use reasonable care with respect to the injury victim. 

Breach of Duty. Next, the victim must show how a defendant breached this duty by an action (or inaction).  For instance, drivers have a duty to obey traffic laws to protect the safety of others on the road.  If a driver caused a crash by running a red light, the driver will be found to have breached this duty.

Causation. The third element of a negligence claim consists of causation. This requires the injured person to show that he or she would not have been hurt if the defendant had not behaved carelessly (such as a crash would not have occurred if the defendant did not run a red light).

Damages. Finally, damages must have directly arisen from the accident. Victims of car crashes can suffer many serious types of harm, ranging from whiplash and other spinal cord injuries to broken bones and burns. Many types of compensation may be available to them, including pain and suffering, medical expenses, property damage, lost income, and scarring or disfigurement if appropriate.

As a Boston personal injury lawyer who has advocated for the rights of injury victims for over two decades, firm-founding attorney Tim Lowney can listen to the facts of your case, explain your legal options, and work to build a compelling case that clearly shows that all of these required elements were satisfied.

Can I Collect Damages in A Boston Personal Injury Case or Automobile Crash If I Am Partially At Fault For My Injuries?

Yes, so long as your share of the damages (as determined by a jury) is 50% or less of the total damages.  Thus in a personal injury case, it is critical to make a strong case in damage apportionment. If you are partly at fault, your ultimate damages are reduced by the amount relating to your fault.

How is The Percent of Damages Allocated if a Case Does Not Go To Trial?

In settlement negotiations, defendants will often claim that they are not liable, or that the injury victim or someone else is at fault.  Through negotiations, in most cases, there will not be a determination of the percent at fault by the defendant compared to the percent of fault (if any) by the injury victim.  Instead, the defendant will agree to make a payment to the injury victim in exchange for the release of any future liability.  If a settlement cannot be achieved, then the case will proceed to trial and a jury will determine fault and damages.

How Can Boston Personal Injury Attorney Timothy Lowney Help My Case?

With over two decades of experience, firm founding attorney Timothy Lowney has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for injury victims and the families who have lost a loved one due to the negligence of others.  While no law firm can guarantee a successful outcome in any case, Tim has built a reputation throughout Massachusetts for his tenacious advocacy and has a favorable track record of success for securing maximum settlements and jury verdicts.

In addition to seeking damages against those responsible for your injuries, as a full-service personal injury law firm, we will:

  • Work with healthcare providers to understand the future care needed for permanent injuries;
  • Seek compensation from insurers in matters involving uninsured motorists;
  • Retain experts who can assist in establishing fault or calculating damages;
  • Gather medical documentation and other evidence;
  • Thoroughly investigate a matter;
  • Negotiate settlements with liable parties and their insurance companies; and
  • Try a case before a jury if an acceptable settlement cannot be reached.
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Schedule A Free Consultation With An Experienced Boston Personal Injury Lawyer Today!

With over 20 years of experience helping accident victims in the Boston area, the injury lawyers at Lowney Law, LLC are committed to protecting the rights of our clients during challenging times in their lives.

We assist individuals throughout all of Massachusetts, including Suffolk County, Boston, Dorchester, Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Roslindale, Roxbury, West Roxbury, and the surrounding communities. We offer free consultations, and we do not receive any fees unless we obtain a settlement or a judgment in your favor. Call us at 617-364-8000 or fill out our online form to set up a meeting to discuss your situation.

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