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Farber and Lindley LLC will fight for the compensation you deserve, whether you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, suffered a dog bite, a slip and fall injury or injured as the result of another’s negligence. We will help you understand your rights and guide you through the process. For most personal injury cases, you never pay anything unless we successfully receive compensation for you. Call us at 413-256-8429 for an appointment!
Discrimination and harassment in the workplace, based upon certain protected categories, is against the law. If you have suffered adverse action based on your age, handicap or disability, sex or gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy, race or color, national origin or ancestry, genetic information or religion, contact our firm. We are dedicated to protecting and enforcing your rights in the workplace.
We assist both landlords and tenants to navigate the complex residential and commercial landlord-tenant laws. Whether you are evicting a tenant or seeking compensation as a tenant for conditions or activities that violate the law, we have the knowledge and experience to get you the best result possible. We also represent landlords and tenants in respect to claims or defenses involving allegations of discrimination in housing.
The law firm of Farber and Lindley is committed to providing skillful
and aggressive legal representation to members of our community and beyond. The attorneys at Farber and Lindley focus their practice on personal injury matters, employment discrimination and harassment and landlord-tenant housing law, as well as various other general civil litigation cases and alternative dispute resolution.
30 Boltwood Walk Front 101 Amherst,Massachusetts01002
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