Civil suits — representing those wronged in Massachusetts
The lawyers of Lovenberg & Associates, P.C. in Boston, Mass. assist clients who believe they are owed monetary damages or other compensation because of the actions of an individual or organization actions. These may be considered wrongful, reckless or negligent, but not criminal. However, this does not mean those responsible cannot and should not be held accountable in a civil law suit.
Your right to sue is important
Everyone has a right to sue in the United States, if they believe they have been wronged and deserve damages from those responsible. Lovenberg & Associates are skilled litigators in all matters of general civil litigation. Our attorneys are not afraid to go to trial to obtain justice and compensation for clients.
- Your job is to provide us with the information about your case specifics, needs and desires.
- Our job is to protect your interests and be powerful advocates so you achieve the best possible outcome.
Experience and success
Civil suits cover a broad area of activities involving a host of legal issues. They can be as mundane as a badly lit parking lot or as complicated as proving medical malpractice.
At Lovenberg & Associates, P.C. we have years of experience litigating a broad range of civil disputes. Areas of successful litigation have included but are not limited to:
If believe you have been wronged, let one of our skilled civil litigators:
- Help you determine whether or not you have a cause of action worth pursuing
- Work tirelessly to ensure you get the results you deserve
Serving Boston area clients with the personal attention they deserve
Lovenberg & Associates, P.C. serves clients throughout the state of Massachusetts from offices in Boston. If you need help getting compensation for an injury or have a sensitive family matter, estate challenge or any other issue that requires legal advice and advocacy, call 617‑973‑9950 or contact us online today for a free consultation.
The contents of this website do not constitute legal advice, and do not establish an attorney-client relationship. Representative case results are provided as examples only, and do not guarantee or imply the same or similar results for other cases, which are evaluated on their individual merits.