Personal Injury / Negligence

Campbell Conroy & O'Neil, P.C. has a long and successful history of handling a wide variety of personal injury and property damage cases across all areas of commercial and individual activity. The firm’s clients include commercial enterprises, hotels, bars, restaurants, factories, rental car companies, contractors, tradesmen, artists, individual homeowners and their family members, vehicle operators, and primary, excess, and surplus lines insurers, agents, and brokers.

Simply put, Campbell Conroy & O’Neil, P.C. has served as lead trial counsel for businesses and individuals in problems arising out of nearly every type of human endeavor imaginable. Campbell Conroy & O’Neil, P.C. have appeared before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, the Supreme Courts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and other states, and the United States Circuit Courts of Appeal for the 1st and 3rd Circuits (among others). Our lawyers have helped shape and fashion the common law of negligence.

Personal injury, property damage, and business loss litigation can be anything from fairly simple to incredibly complex depending on the incident, the facts, and the people involved. Consequently, Campbell Conroy & O’Neil, P.C. necessarily commands a mastery of topics such as contracts, express and implied warranties, liquor liability and social host laws, state and federal professional license and permitting statutes and regulations, consumer protection, health and safety statutes and regulations (such as OSHA and MSHA), and advanced questions of science, engineering, medicine, and economic analyses. Technical disciplines span security and safety, product reliability, mechanical engineering, metallurgy, physics, hydraulics, electronics and electrical engineering, toxicology, pharmacology, epidemiology, injury mechanisms, and more. Legal issues we have successfully tried include federal statutory and decisional law on preemption Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Class Action Fairness Act, state dram shop and social host laws, state building codes, common and statutory laws applicable to security, health, safety, strict liability, warranty, unfair and deceptive practices, and fraud.

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