A Personal Injury can cause more than physical pain. Personal Injuries often lead to emotional and financial hardship because of loss of work, significant medical bills and loss of ability to function normally on a daily basis.
If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, your life may be forever changed. It can be difficult, when all of your energy is focused on physical recovery, to spend the time and effort necessary to protect your legal interests after a personal injury. That’s where our lawyers and staff come in.
At Peskin, Courchesne & Allen, we have over 20 years of experience helping victims of personal injury receive the monetary awards they deserve.
Consistent with our conservative, yet aggressive, approach to litigation, our legal representation begins with a thorough investigation of the facts involved in your case combined with exhaustive research into your legal remedies.
When our investigation is complete, we meet with our clients to discuss whether it would be in their best interest to settle the case outside of court or continue to trial. If we believe that your injury case is best suited for trial before a judge and jury, we will thoroughly prepare and zealously argue your case.
In the past, we have represented clients who have suffered from:
- Product defects (product liability)
- Automobile, motorcycle, bicycle and
- Pedestrian injuries
- Amusement park injuries
- Slip and falls
- Dog bites
To discuss a personal injury matter, please contact Attorney Judd L. Peskin via email or by telephone at 413-734-1002.
Attorney Judd L. Peskin has been a lawyer since 1976, and concentrates in personal injury, workers’ compensation, and corporate/partnership law. His experience in the business world – as president of a manufacturing company and strategy consultant for Accenture (formerly Arthur Andersen consulting) – gives him a rare and valued perspective in dealing with commercial litigation matters, business formation, non-competition agreements, corporate “divorces” and partnership dissolutions.