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St. Pierre Law

Workers’ Compensation

Knowledgeable Newburyport Attorneys

​Work Injury Attorneys


At St. Pierre Law, P.C., we understand the emotional, financial and physical hardships you face after a work injury.  We will personally walk you through every aspect of your case.  We will fight for the medical treatment you need and the compensation you deserve.  Have questions about short term and long-term disability, lost wages, medical coverage, and social security disability?  We have answers.

Handling All Kinds of Workers’ Compensation Claims

We have handled claims involving all types of workers’ compensation injuries in the three decades we have practiced Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Law, including:

  • Repetitive stress and strain injuries
    • Carpal tunnel syndrome
    • Tendonitis (such as tennis elbow and trigger finger)
    • Bursitis
  • Physical trauma and catastrophic injuries resulting from:
    • Construction accidents
    • Slip, trip and falls
    • Machinery-caused injuries
    • Falls from ladders, roofs and buildings
    • Overexertion
    • Violence in the workplace
    • On-the-job car accidents
  • Occupational diseases
    • Exposure to harmful substances or environments
  • Psychological injuries resulting from a work incident
  • Bodily injuries of all kinds, including:
    • Back injuries
    • Shoulder injuries (including rotator cuff injuries)
    • Head injuries
    • Knee injuries
    • Foot and ankle injuries
    • Arm, hand and finger injuries
    • Neck injuries
  • Longshoreman & Harbor worker injuries
  • Wrongful death and fatal accidents

Full Compensation for Your Injuries

Sometimes workers’ compensation isn’t enough alone to cover your long-term costs resulting from your accident.  When someone besides your employer or their insurer shares in the responsibility for your injuries, we can bring a third-party liability claim against them.  These claims typically involve:

  • Negligence claims (where a person or entity should have known their action or inaction could result in your injury and failed to prevent it)
  • Products liability (where a defective product or machine contributed to your injury)
  • Section 28 claims against an employer (where an employer has engaged in conduct so serious and willful that their conduct is quasi-criminal in nature, the employer can be held liable and you may be entitled to double compensation)

Contact St. Pierre Law for your free initial consultation

However, you were injured, St. Pierre law is prepared to fight for you.  Give us a call today to speak with an experienced attorney.

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    1 Merrimac Street, Suite 20,
    Newburyport, MA 01950

    Phone: (978) 499-7947​Fax: (978) 499-7941