Serious injuries and deaths resulting from amusement park, playground, or recreational accidents can be highly complex, involving product manufacturers and premises owners.
Arthur F. Licata, P.C. is a Boston, Massachusetts, law firm focusing on personal injury law. The firm represents clients in claims for civil damages against the businesses and individuals responsible for their injuries. Examples of the firm's practice include negligently maintained amusement park and carnival rides; dangerous or poorly designed playground equipment; unprotected swimming pools; skiing or boating accidents; and vacation destination tragedies.
The firm's principal and sole attorney, Arthur F. Licata, has more than 30 years of experience handling complex tort litigation in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and New York. Mr. Licata is dedicated and thorough in his approach to these cases. He prepares and presents every aspect of every case.
The firm welcomes inquiries about these services and provides free consultations in personal injury concerns. All cases are handled on a contingent fee basis; you pay no attorneys' fees unless Mr. Licata is able to obtain compensation on your behalf. The firm also routinely takes case referrals from other attorneys in the Boston area and throughout the New England states of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and New York, and referrals from attorneys across the nation.
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The Boston, Massachusetts Personal Injury Law firm of Arthur F. Licata, P.C. handles Amusement Park, Playground, and Recreational Accidents for clients throughout Massachusetts
including Suffolk County, Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Middlesex County, Worcester County, and Essex County, and cities such
as Worcester, Springfield, Lowell, Cambridge, Brockton, New Bedford, Fall River, Lynn, and Quincy. Mr. Licata is also admitted to
practice in the state of New York. He routinely takes cases by referral from other attorneys located throughout the New England
region and the United States.
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