The lawyers at KJC Law Firm in Boston and Worcester represent people all across the state of Massachusetts who have been injured, cheated, treated unfairly, and discriminated against. We help people who have been injured in accidents, by machines or other products, or by lawyers, doctors, hospitals or other professionals who don't do their job properly. We help people and their businesses that have lost money by unfair business dealings, breach of contract or discrimination employment. We help workers who have been fired unfairly, who have not been paid the wages they deserve, or who want to negotiate a severance package.
KJC Law Firm's founder, Kathy Jo Cook, and consultant, Professor Timothy Wilton, have more than 60 years of experience and have dedicated themselves to the representation of individuals and small businesses against insurance companies, banks, big business and the government. We are courtroom lawyers and excel at trials and appeals, but we know our way around boardrooms and backrooms where we can negotiate the best deals for our clients. We make sure that your legal rights are protected and that you get every bit of compensation you are entitled to. We practice in every court in Massachusetts and represent people throughout the state. We will meet you at your home or in your office if necessary, and there is no charge for that first meeting. Talk to us. We have what it takes to stand up to powerful opposition, and we would welcome the opportunity to do it for you. For a free consultation, contact us online or call us at 617.720.8447.
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We serve the following localities: Bristol County, Fall River, New Bedford, Taunton, Attleboro, Essex County, Lawrence, Lynn, Andover, Beverly, Haverhill, Methuen, Peabody, Salem, Hampden County, Springfield, Middlesex County, Cambridge, Framingham, Lowell, Somerville, Waltham, Plymouth County, Brockton, Plymouth, Suffolk County, Boston, Worcester County, Worcester, Berkshire County, and Pittsfield.