Competent Representation in Barnstable County, MA and Beyond: The Snow Law Firm
Welcome to The Snow Law Firm: Where Results Matter Most To You.
A car crash, motorcycle collision, commercial truck accident, or a dog related injury – is a life-changing event. You need a lawyer to represent you and file a lawsuit if necessary; Attorney Steven Snow will roll up his sleeves and do the hard work to ensure that you get the best possible result. Don’t wait, call today – (508) 576-5967.
If you have been injured in an accident and need representation, look no further than Attorney Steven Snow serving areas throughout Barnstable County, MA, Dukes County, MA, and Martha’s Vineyard.
Attorney Steven Snow and The Snow Law Firm represents clients in the following areas:
Meet Steven T. Snow:
Attorney Snow worked his way through law school as a retail stockbroker with Merrill Lynch. After earning his law degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1988, Attorney Snow worked for a Boston law firm that represented insurance companies. This experience provided him with an understanding of exactly how insurance companies value personal injury claims, and how they prepare for trial. He uses this knowledge to anticipate and counter his opponent’s defense strategies ensuring his clients obtain a judgment on their behalf.
Regardless of the type of injury you may have sustained, or the obstacles you may be facing, Attorney Snow has the experience and skills to secure the best possible results in your case.
Case Study: Client Awarded $900,000
A van broadsided a motorcyclist when he failed to stop at a stop sign. The result of impact caused multiple body fractures for the motorcycle driver including ulnar fracture, vertebral compression fracture and comminuted fracture (broken into pieces) with angulated fractured fragment displacing the nerve root. He was unable to work, had difficulty bending, squatting, and lifting nor could he walk for any length of time, therefore he was unable to regain his normal life activities. This individual was a mobile marine mechanic and his job required constant bending, lifting, and squatting on a daily basis. He had no prior issues within his medical history, he was married, had a family, owned a home. Until the car crash.
Attorney Snow’s job was to determine the client’s residual earnings capacity, meaning could he go back to work, and if so, its effect on the loss of earnings calculation. In this case, Attorney Snow had to prove whether he could have invasive surgery for removal of angulated fragments and if this would alleviate cord impingement and result in a return of function. And if so, how this would affect any residual earnings capacity calculation.
he expert opinion confirmed that surgical intervention would not guarantee a favorable medical result. The client took a lump sum payment of $900,000 and a structured settlement with monthly payment commencing in 2022, the age of his expected retirement.