Jim Sokolove founded Sokolove Law in Boston in 1979, and his goal was to help people get the justice and compensation they deserve. It was Jim’s vision and determination that built Sokolove Law into the nationwide firm it is today.
We help people from all walks of life, regardless of race, gender, or economic status, pursue personal injury claims. We provide a team of attorneys, paralegals, and case managers to clients at no upfront cost.
When you trust us with your case, you are not just another number. We have a team of dedicated legal professionals working on your behalf.
We understand how physically, emotionally, and financially devastating it can be when you or someone you love has been a victim of injustice.
We can help you understand your rights and make sense of the legal process – while being there every step of the way. Every time you speak with one of our knowledgeable and experienced case managers, you’ll be treated with the dignity and respect you deserve.
To reinvent how people obtain legal services in order to provide everyone, irrespective of ethnicity or income, equal access to our civil justice system and, within it, the superior quality of representation and service.
They said, you have Mesothelioma, you’ve been around asbestos. We knew asbestos was in things, but we didn’t know it was dangerous. I called Sokolove and in two days there were two guys at my house. If someone was diagnosed with Mesothelioma, I would suggest they call Sokolove. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Mesothelioma, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Sokolove Law Now.
“It was only two or three days and [my lawyer] was here. I was surprised at the stuff that he knew…the names of all the pumps and the valves…It was a hands-on approach, and that’s what drew me, ‘cause that’s the way I do things…They were prepared. They could go back to day 1, and I appreciated that.”
– Walter Twidwell, Mesothelioma Victim
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