Siskind & Siskind
Law Firm in Brockton, MA
Businesses today now have to comply with a myriad of federal, state, and administrative laws and regulations governing nearly every kind of the employment relationship. The Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) are just several of the laws that employers must be mindful of when making employment decisions. It is therefore essential that employers work closely with an experienced labor relations and employment law company that can supply ongoing guidance.
read moreSiskind Law is one of the most widely known and respected personal injury law firms in Brockton and the surrounding South Shore area. For over 43 years, Lawrence and Neal Siskind have helped their clients obtain millions of dollars in compensation for their injuries and the loss of loved ones. They have handled over 5,000 personal injury cases, and their reputation with insurance companies is excellent because they are well known for getting results. The success of Siskind Law is built upon the outstanding service provided to all clients by treating them with dignity, respect and compassion.
Attorney for Auto Accidents
read moreAt Siskind Law, we take immediate action to make sure your medical bills are paid with available insurance benefits and that you receive payment for any lost income. We also ensure that the damage to your vehicle or total loss is being handled properly by the insurance company. There can be situations in which a negligent driver leaves the scene of a car accident, does not have a valid policy in effect or does not maintain sufficient liability coverage. In this situation, we explore all possible avenues to obtain additional coverage to ensure our clients receive the maximum compensation they deserve.
read moreMassachusetts's law applies not only to dog bites, but to any injury a dog causes to another person. For instance, suppose you are standing on the sidewalk when a neighbor's dog runs up and jumps on you, knocking you down and causing injury. The Massachusetts dog bite statute would apply in that instance too. The law also applies to property damage caused by a dog, such as when a dog injures livestock, breaks a fence, or chews on things belonging to other people. In other words, someone who has been injured by a dog does not need to show fault on the part of the owner.