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Personal Injury Attorney’s Service Area – Serving Chicopee, Northampton, Springfield, and all of Western Massachusetts
Attorney Robert W. Shute is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar and serves the entire Commonwealth. Most of his clients come from the three counties that comprise the Pioneer Valley of Western Mass. These are Hampden County, Hampshire County and Franklin County.
Some of the major communities that make up Hampden counties include Chicopee, where his Personal Injury Law Office is located, Northampton, Springfield, Holyoke, Ludlow, Westfield, West Springfield, Longmeadow, East Longmeadow, Palmer and Agawam.
Significant Hampshire County towns that people come to him for Personal Injury Attorney services include Northampton, Amherst, South Hadley, Granby, Belchertown, Hatfield, Easthampton, and Westhampton.
Residents of Franklin County towns near I-91 also find our Chicopee offices convenient, especially if they’re from Sunderland, Greenfield, Deerfield, South Deerfield, Whately, or Montague/Turners Falls. All those locations are a convenient drive from our office.
The Law Office of Robert W. Shute is conveniently located in downtown Chicopee, MA, near City Hall, and is easy to get to from Interstates 91and 391, as well as Routes 116, 33, and 5.
Whether you are from Aldenville or Feeding Hills, Willimansett, Riverdale, Sixteen Acres or Forest Park, Florence, or the North End, you will have access to the best car accident and personal injury legal representation available to Western Mass. residents if you take advantage of the skill, experience, and attention to detail you will find at the Law Office of Robert W. Shute.
Attorney Robert W. Shute is a Personal Injury Lawyer serving Springfield, Chicopee, Northampton, Holyoke, Northampton and all of Western Massachusetts for Car & Workplace Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Slip & Fall Injuries, Brain Injuries, Dog Bites, Wrongful Death, and many other types of injuries. Give him a call today for a Free, no-obligation consultation about how you can be compensated for your suffering, loss of work, medical bills, and other results of an injury where another party was at fault.
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