170 Main Street
Units G1 and G2
Tewksbury, Massachusetts 01876

Phone: 978-221-5333  |  Fax: 978-221-5320

proven results

Kathy O’Donnell and her team have been representing injured people for almost 40 years. We take pride in representing each of our clients. Regardless of the dollar value of a client’s case, that case is “Big” and important to that client. We work hard to make sure that each client receives the compensation he/she deserves. Each year we strive to make sure people injured on the job receive their worker’s compensation checks every week. We also make sure our clients’ medical bills are paid and any liens on their cases are resolved. Because we are a small firm, we return phone calls, we answer emails, and we answer our clients’ questions. Bigger is not always better in a law firm.

Our hard work has helped our clients to receive the compensation they deserve:

$2,000,000 Construction case where a painter fell off scaffolding
$825,000. Postal worker injured when her truck was hit by a commercial Vehicle
$725,000. Patron in restaurant slipped on wet stairs
$675,000. Delivery person fell on slippery floor
$420,000 lump sum and $499,500 in a claim for the construction worker’s family when the roofer fell off the roof while working as the safety person for a roofing company
$600,000. Claim against a concert venue for over serving alcohol which resulted in an auto collision 50 miles away from the venue
$475,000. Settlement of case when a worker injured his hand on a machine. Since employer knew employees were bypassing a safety mechanism routinely, a claim for Section 28 benefits was successful
$425,000. Construction case against a General for failing to keep a safe work place when a union worker fell after stepping on a piece of debris when getting off a ladder
$270,000. Auto case-client was hit by a driver swerving to avoid a deer

Many cases are settled each year for the policy limits of the at fault party. We represent all of our clients vigorously. We also look at the big picture and we resolve cases when it is our client’s best interest to do so.
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