Situated in an antique colonial one block from the center green of historic Bedford, Massachusetts, Mr. Nason’s office services the entire state. With an easily accessible location, clients will have a convenient and comfortable alternative to conduct meetings without the often unpredictable and costly trips that a Boston-only location can occasion.
Attorney Nason strives to provide personal attention and dedicated service to each and every one of his clients. Attorney Nason is a recognized expert in the field of Massachusetts and National Workers’ Compensation Law. The Firm concentrates its practice in Workers’ Compensation and personal injury litigation, and all aspects of disability law, including the inter-relationship of ADA, FMLA, ADEA, OSHA, and other related employment laws. Mr. Nason also regularly consults with major Employment Law firms.
Each attorney associated with The Law Offices of Leonard Y. Nason, PC is committed to a full awareness of the most recent developments in their legal specialties. Through regular seminar attendance, professional symposia, lectures and lecturing for professional associations, hospitals and law schools, each attorney assures the quality, reliability and effectiveness of our services.
To further ensure effective handling of client matters, we have designated successful working relationships with accountants, actuaries, financial planners, physicians, hospitals, rehabilitation specialists and other consultants.
The attorneys have devoted most, or substantially all, of their careers to occupational injury practice. As noted in their professional summaries, these attorneys are are well known for their handling of complex legal or medically catastrophic claims in the areas of workers' compensation, occupational disease, and trial practice.
The firm recognizes the need for flexibility in its efforts to meet the needs of its clients. Innovative client relationships such as specific practice teams (a small team of client selected attorneys who become intimately familiar with the operations and particular issues of most concern to an employer, e.g., labor relations, benefits coordination, and human resources issues) can significantly reduce the learning curve on recurring claims with a resulting reduction in litigation expense.