Kelly & Associates is a Boston-area personal injury law firm. We represent Chelsea residents and families who have suffered personal injuries or a tragic loss because of someone else’s negligence or recklessness. We focus our practice on helping our clients recover compensation to pay for unexpected medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses an injury or loss has caused them. Our goal is to help our clients achieve financial stability that will allow them to survive this difficult time. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with an experienced, client-centered personal injury attorney.
A Personal Injury Law Firm For Your Community
We are a team of Boston locals. From our offices in the North End, we represent Chelsea residents who have been injured or lost a loved one in an accident that wasn’t their fault. We’re committed to helping Chelsea’s hard-working families recover from tragedy because we know the kind of investment they’ve made in their community. Whether you’re Chelsea born-and-bred, or you’ve planted roots and raised a family here, Kelly & Associates is on your side.
Our founder, Attorney Michael D. Kelly, knows what it takes to work hard and make a change in a community. He graduated with honors from New England Law School, but instead of taking a job at a big, corporate law firm, he decided to commit his practice to help working families recover from injuries and tragic losses. For him, being a good lawyer means making a personal connection. He meets with every one of his clients one-on-one, you can reach him 24/7, and he even offers a 30-day satisfaction guarantee, to show he’s worthy of his clients’ trust at a difficult moment in their lives.
Cases We Handle
Kelly & Associates represents Chelsea residents and their families dealing with all kinds of injuries and tragic losses. Some of the more common injuries our clients need help recovering from include:
- 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