Kelly & Associates represents Watertown residents and visitors who have suffered personal injuries or a tragic death because of someone else’s negligence or recklessness. We are a client-centered practice. Our mission is to help those wrongfully injured or who have lost a loved one recover compensation to help them pay for medical bills, time off work, and the pain and difficulty moving forward with their lives after a catastrophe. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with a knowledgeable, compassionate personal injury attorney.
Who We Are
We are Boston-area locals, born and bred. We know Watertown like the back of our hand, especially the food. On any given day, you might find us grabbing early morning eggs and coffee with a client at the New Yorker, waiting for a lahmejune hot out of the oven at Sevan Bakery, or shoveling down shish and shwarma at the St. James Armenian Festival. Watertown is a diverse, vibrant, and exciting place to live and work, and we’re proud to serve its residents day in, day out.
Attorney Michael D. Kelly graduated from New England Law School with honors. The National Trial Lawyers organization included him in its Top 40 Under 40 list of the best young lawyers in Massachusetts. He could have taken his skills to a high-powered corporate law firm downtown, but that wasn’t where his passion pointed him. Instead, Attorney Kelly chose to fight on behalf of people in and around Watertown struggling to recover from unexpected injuries and tragedies. He meets with his clients one-on-one to learn – not just about their accidents and injuries, but how their lives have changed as a result.
The Personal Injury Cases We Handle
People from around Watertown come to us seeking help for a wide variety of injuries, caused by an equally wide variety of accidents and incidents. Some of the most common injuries our clients have struggled with 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