Hire A Law Firm With High Ethical Standards
Ellis Law Offices has been practicing law since 1963, which is over 50 years. Our team of attorneys has over 100 years of combined experience. During this time period, our lawyers have not been admonished, suspended, disbarred, indicted or convicted in any BBO proceeding or criminal court. In fact, our law firm is not and has never been under investigation for any wrongdoing, be it ethical, civil or criminal. Ellis Law Offices believes in the justice system, and we hold ourselves to very high ethical standards. This directly impacts how clients, defense attorneys and insurance companies view Ellis Law Offices. A strong ethical reputation with solid results should be what every lawyer and law firm strives for.
Ellis Law Offices‘ attorneys have been representing injured clients in the following towns and cities Worcester, Boston, Fitchburg, Gardner, Southbridge, Springfield and Framingham. Please contact Ellis Law Offices by telephone or email for your free consultation.
At Ellis Law Offices, we have a tough but also a very fair and reasonable outlook on our cases. Our goal is to get a fair settlement for our clients, and if that is done in a timely and efficient manner, then all parties (client, lawyers and insurance companies) benefit. If an unreasonable offer is made by an insurance company, of course we will not hesitate to mediate, arbitrate or take the case to trial.
Insurance adjusters are welcome to call our office for case updates and to engage in negotiations. It is done in a stern but fair and very civil manner.
Call Ellis Law Offices or contact us online for free personal injury consultation. Home and hospital visits are available throughout Massachusetts for your convenience.
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