Workers’ Compensation

Workers’ Compensation Practice Group

Boyle | Shaughnessy Law’s Workers’ Compensation Practice Group provides representation to insurers, third-party administrators, self-insurers, self-insured groups and employers in all stages of a workers’ compensation claim. Our clients include nationwide companies as well as small businesses operating in the transportation, construction, hospitality, manufacturing and human service industries.

Boyle | Shaughnessy Law provides multiple litigation services to its clients in Massachusetts as well as New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Specifically, our Attorneys have extensive experience practicing before the Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents as well as the Massachusetts Appeals Court.

Our Attorneys regularly provide seminars and training to clients focusing on risk management, defense of claims, including both substantive and procedural issues, and recent legal updates. Our Attorneys have served as speakers and panelists at numerous seminars and professional training sessions. Additionally, an attorney at Boyle | Shaughnessy Law was appointed by Governor Patrick as a voting member of the Workers’ Compensation Advisory Council.


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We invite you to contact our office to learn more about our services, and to discover further information about our attorneys and services. Our team looks forward to serving your needs in the future.

BOSTON

695 Atlantic Ave, Boston, MA 02111, USA

BRAINTREE

25 Braintree Hill Office Park, Braintree, MA 02184, USA

HARTFORD

280 Trumbull Street, Hartford, CT 06103, USA

MANCHESTER

650 Elm Street, Manchester, NH, USA

NORWALK

162 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851, USA

PORTLAND

477 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101, USA

PROVIDENCE

1 Turks Head Place, Providence, RI

WHITE PLAINS

One North Broadway, White Plains, NY 10606

WOODSTOCK

46 Lincoln Corners Way, Woodstock, VT 05091

WORCESTER

446 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608, USA

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