Kelly & Associates is a Boston-area personal injury law firm. We help victims of life-altering injuries and families grieving a wrongful death to seek compensation from those responsible for their losses. Our team of professionals provides personalized, compassionate service to residents of and visitors to Allston and its surrounding neighborhoods. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney.
Personal Injury Representation in Allston and Surrounding Neighborhoods
Kelly & Associates understands how difficult it is for Allston residents – many of them students or young professionals just starting in careers and raising families – to have their lives upended by a severe injury or tragic loss. With its proximity to Harvard, MIT, BU, and the medical centers, Allston is a neighborhood full of people with their eyes fixed firmly on a bright future.
Our founder, Attorney Michael D. Kelly, was one of those students once, and like so many of Allston’s residents, is now a young professional on the rise. He graduated with honors from New England Law School. The National Trial Lawyers Association named him one of the top 40 lawyers under 40 in Massachusetts. From his office in the North End, he has made it his professional mission to help injured and grieving Bostonians recover the compensation they need to put their lives back on track.
Attorney Kelly prides himself on offering personalized service. He meets with every client in person, wherever is most convenient to them. He makes himself available 24/7. And, he offers a 30-day satisfaction guarantee on his services to demonstrate his commitment to earning their trust.
A Full-Service Personal Injury Law Practice
Clients come to Kelly & Associates seeking help with all kinds of personal injuries caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongful conduct. Among the more common injuries and tragedies Attorney Kelly can help Allston residents with are:
- Wrongful death
- Traumatic brain injuries and concussions
- Spinal cord injuries and paralysis
- Nerve damage
- Sternum fractures
- Traumatic amputation and crush injuries
- Burns, scars, and disfigurement
- Broken bones and orthopedic injuries
- Back and neck injuries, including soft tissue damage
- Food-borne illnesses and disease
- Puncture and bite wounds