"I find Christopher Earley to be one of the most professional and compassionate attorneys I have ever met. After having a personal injury, what you need is expertise, experience, and especially compassion and kindness. All of these things define Christopher Earley. I highly recommend Christopher Earley and The Earley Law Group Injury Lawyers to anyone that needs a personal injury attorney!" Susan N.
"Great help with my case. Responses are fast and make me feel very well represented. This man is the guy to call." Hugh R.
"Chris helped me with an extremely difficult time in my life due to a car accident. Even after the settlement, he continued to advocate for me when I was receiving collections notices that were not valid. You can feel assured he will do a great job." Angela C.
"Christopher is the best lawyer who we work with, he is very polite and very professional. He responded on every email that I had questions and concerns and I got answers. Thank you once again on doing a great job. I would highly recommend Christopher." Helen L.
"Very professional team. They took care of us and the case, keep us informed all time about the updates in the case. We highly recommend Chris Earley and his team. They really know the value of their clients. Thanks." Claudia T.
We serve clients throughout Massachusetts, including, but not limited to, those in the following localities: Essex County including Andover, Beverly, Lawrence, Lynn, Peabody, Salem, and Saugus; Middlesex County including Cambridge, Framingham, Lowell, Malden, Medford, and Somerville; Norfolk County including Quincy; Plymouth County including Brockton; and Suffolk County including Allston, Boston, Brighton, Charlestown, Chelsea, Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Revere, Roslindale, West Roxbury, and Winthrop. View More
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