Hanover, Massachusetts

Legal Guidance for Injured Hanover Residents

The Hanover accident attorneys at the Law Offices of John C. Manoog III have more than 146 years of experience representing clients in personal injury matters ranging from vehicle collisions to incidents of medical malpractice. We are members of the local community who fight to ensure that our neighbors get the compensation that they need after an accident. We’re also well-respected litigators and negotiators who have a strong track record in getting results.

The town of Hanover was established in 1727, about 100 years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth. More than three decades later, it retains a “country town” feel characterized by stone fences, open spaces, and untouched woodlands. Manufacturing activity rose in the 19th century but has waned since then, leaving Hanover a largely residential area. It serves as a bedroom community for commuters to nearby Boston. Notable current and former residents include historic American scientist and investor George Washington Carver, as well as actors Nichole Hiltz and Faith Salie.

Fighting for the Compensation You Deserve

Recovering reimbursement for injuries sustained in an accident often means haggling with large insurance companies. These corporations can be hesitant to handle even the most deserving of claims and may seek to limit or reduce payouts by taking advantage of victims and their families when pain, stress, and uncertainty may affect their ability to make informed decisions.

If insurance fails to cover your costs and losses after a crash, you can hold whoever harmed you accountable through a negligence lawsuit. This requires a victim to prove four basic elements. First, you must show that the defendant owed you a duty to take reasonable care and avoid any unnecessary risks. The next step consists of proving that the defendant violated this duty through some careless conduct. In the situation of a highway collision, for example, a driver might breach his or her duty by running a red light or texting while driving.

The last two elements of a negligence claim require the victim to show that he or she was hurt as a direct result of the defendant’s careless behavior, and that he or she incurred quantifiable damages that flowed directly from the injuries. It is necessary to prove that the accident would not have happened if the defendant had acted as an ordinary person would have behaved in similar circumstances. If all of these elements are satisfied, a victim may be able to recover compensation ranging from pain and suffering and emotional distress to medical expenses and lost wages.

Hanover Attorneys Ready to Protect Your Rights

At the Law Offices of John C. Manoog III, we have the resources, ability, and experience to take on powerful defendants and insurance companies. Founding partner John C. Manoog III is a former insurance defense attorney who advises other lawyers on how to handle car crash cases. His previous work experience gives him valuable insight into the strategies that your opponents may use. Whether it’s in the courtroom or at the negotiating table, our Hanover accident lawyers fight aggressively for the ordinary people whom we represent. Our previous victories include a number of settlements in excess of $1 million for people hurt in motor vehicle accidents. We offer free consultations at offices in Hyannis and Plymouth, but we can go to meet you if you can’t come to see us. We don't charge a fee in many cases unless we are successful. Call us at 888-262-6664 or contact us through our website to schedule a free initial consultation. Nós Falamos Português.

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