Local Expertise, Experience, and Effectiveness for your Legal Matter.
Since opening our doors in 1996, we have dedicated our practice toward achieving a simple vision: To promote and protect the physical, emotional and financial well-being of the individuals and families who turn to us for help. We work tirelessly to ensure you get the compensation you deserve for the injuries you suffer at work.
Morgan J. Gray, Proctor in Admiralty, has been practicing Workers' Compensation, State Disability Retirement, Longshore & Harborworkers' Act, Public Safety Personnel Injured on Duty, Defense Base Act/Non-Appropriated Funds Instrumentalities Act, and Maritime Personal Injury for nearly thirty years.
The workers’ compensation system in Massachusetts provides benefits to those who are injured while working. These benefits can pay for medical care and provide you with income while you are unable to work. A variety of injuries can qualify you for these benefits, ranging from traumatic accidents on the job to injuries that have built up over time (such as carpal tunnel syndrome).
To obtain benefits, you must navigate a complicated web of rules and regulations. Involving a lawyer in this process as soon as possible can help you avoid issues—including having your claim denied—that may occur if you attempt the complex process on your own. At the Law Offices of Morgan J. Gray, our Quincy Workers’ Compensation lawyers can guide you through each stage of the Massachusetts workers’ compensation system. If needed, we can also help you obtain additional compensation through personal injury actions or Social Security Disability.
At The Law Offices of Morgan J. Gray, we offer an alternative to the large, corporate law firms. As a boutique firm, we are owned and operated by compassionate and experienced lawyers who embrace the opportunity to work one-on-one with our clients.
During your case, you will work one-on-one with Morgan J. Gray or Melissa Lanouette as we work together to help you receive the compensation you deserve. You will be able to meet and speak to your attorney whenever you have questions about your case.