Kelly & Associates is a personal injury law firm serving Boston and its suburbs. We represent Belmont residents and families struggling with personal injuries and tragic losses caused by the negligence or wrongful conduct of individuals and businesses. Our core mission is to help our clients obtain the compensation they need to pay for unexpected expenses, to recoup lost income, and to rebuild their lives and futures. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with a skilled, compassionate personal injury attorney.
About Our Firm
We are a team of local, client-oriented professionals. We share the goals and values of the individuals and families who flock to Belmont for its stability, safety, top-notch schools, and community spirit. Our founding partner, Attorney Michael D. Kelly, chose to limit his law practice to personal injury representations because he understands how a tragic, unexpected event can damage a well-planned future. Like so many Belmont residents, his goal is to help his clients protect those they love the most.
Attorney Kelly is an honors graduate of New England Law School, where he was on the law review. Since forming his practice, he has been named one of the top 40 lawyers under 40 in Massachusetts by the National Trial Lawyers Association. Attorney Kelly’s talents and legal sophistication could have landed him a job at a major downtown firm, but he found his purpose instead in helping individuals and families recover from devastating injury and tragic loss. He takes a personalized approach to every representation, meeting face-to-face with each of his clients, making sure they know he’s available around the clock if they need him, and even offering them a 30-day satisfaction guarantee on his services to show his commitment to earning their trust and confidence.
About our Practice
Kelly & Associates helps Belmont residents and families recover from all manner of injuries and losses, including:
- 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