Burlington Personal Injury Lawyer

Have You Been Injured by Negligence in Vermont?

Suffering an injury can be a traumatizing and emotionally overwhelming experience. While you have to deal with making the best recovery possible, the bills are piling up around you and money is tight because you aren’t able to work. When you feel like all hope is lost, having a skilled personal injury attorney on your side can make all of the difference.

At Shillen & Mackall Law Office, our duty is to help guide our clients through the legal process while securing maximum money damages for personal injuries suffered from someone else’s negligence. Our Burlington personal injury lawyer will do everything in our power to ensure you obtain the maximum settlement.

  • The following are the benefits of hiring our firm:
  • Recovered millions of dollars on behalf of our clients
  • Helped thousands of clients throughout the years
  • You do not have to pay unless we are victorious in your case
  • We are available to our clients 24/7
  • We specialize in personal injury law

How We Can Help You

For personal injury cases in Vermont, the statute of limitations to file a lawsuit in the state’s civil court system is three years from the date the accident or injury occurred. Attempting to file a case after the three-year window has closed will likely lead to denial.

The state uses a “modified” comparative fault rule in personal injury cases. So if you were 50 percent or less liable for an accident, you may be eligible to recover compensation.

  • Our Burlington personal injury attorneys handle the following types of cases:
  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Product liability
  • Premises liability
  • Medical malpractice
  • Animal bites
  • Workers’ compensation
  • Wrongful death

Both economic and noneconomic damages are available if you succeed in your personal injury cases. Economic damages directly related to the “bottom line cost” of your injury, such as past and future medical expenses, lost earnings, and other out-of-pocket expenses. On the other hand, noneconomic damages compensate the intangible losses, including emotional distress and pain and suffering.

Ready to Fight for You Today

Over the years, our legal team has developed a reputation for excellence and trustworthiness throughout Vermont. No matter how complicated your case might be, we believe you deserve the best and we will work tirelessly to get the most favorable results possible.

Do not hesitate to call Shillen & Mackall Law Office for a case evaluation at (802) 243-0078