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Guiding people through the legal process.

Jason & Fischer is a Boston law firm with more than 30 years of experience representing clients in areas including bicycle crashes, personal injury, civil rights and police misconduct cases, consumer protection, criminal litigation, residential real estate, and small business representation.

While we have the expertise and experience to confidently take on Boston’s big firms, we understand that, for our clients, taking legal action can be a daunting step. So we give you the support and information you need every step of the way.

A special focus on the rights of bicyclists.

Jason & Fischer’s effectiveness as an advocate for cyclists’ rights stems from our experience as riders as well as attorneys. Andrew Fischer is a longtime cyclist who has been commuting to downtown Boston for more than 35 years. Since 1981, when the firm took and won its first bicycle-related case, we have represented hundreds of cyclists.


Call an attorney first.

Before you contact your insurance company or file a police report, it’s important to talk with an attorney who will protect your rights.


  1. Write down the name, address and driver’s license number of all drivers involved.
  2. Get the name of the car’s insurance company from the car’s registration.
  3. Get the names, addresses and phone numbers of all witnesses.
  4. Do not contact your insurance company, speak to any other insurance company representative or file a police report until after speaking with an attorney.
  5. Write a description of any injuries you have and that anyone else has suffered.
  6. Seek prompt medical treatment.
  7. Write down details of how the accident happened and damage to your bike, the car, and to anything else.
  8. If the police investigate, be cooperative but cautious about what you say.


$767,500 awarded to cyclist hit by car. Ocana v. Tabasky

$200,000 awarded to cyclist injured from road construction defect. Tucker v. LoRussox

Cyclist’s right to ride on Route 9 upheld. Federal court assumes cyclist’s right to the road in Hadley. Police settle harassment suit. Damon v. Hukowicz et al

$502,000 settlement for cyclist hit by car. Dixon v. Kornbleuth

$187,500 awarded to cyclist hit by car. Stein v. Santoro