Kingston, Massachusetts

Injury Lawyers Representing Accident Victims in Kingston

The Law Offices of John C. Manoog III is a personal injury law firm that represents clients who have been involved in accidents throughout the Kingston area and across the state. Our lawyers live in the local community and have dedicated their careers to helping neighbors in their time of need. With more than 146 years of combined experience, we have a proven track record of obtaining optimal results for the people and families that we represent. We are proud to offer free consultations and do not charge a fee in many cases unless we are successful.

Kingston is a pleasant coastal town, nestled along the bay and home to nearly 13,000 residents. Originally inhabited by Native Americans of the Wampanoag tribe, the area was later part of Plymouth after the Mayflower came ashore in 1620 and was ultimately incorporated as a separate municipality. The town made its name as a center of the shipbuilding industry in 19th century and remains the site of the country’s longest continuously running boat yard, the Jones River Landing. Notable current and former residents include Governor William Bradford, actor Chris Cooper and author Percy Keese Fitzhugh.

Suing for Personal Injury in Massachusetts

At the Law Offices of John C. Manoog III, we understand just how difficult it can be to recuperate from an injury. We represent clients related to the full spectrum of accident injury matters, including those related to:

The pain and stress are enough to deal with, not to mention finding a way to pay doctor and medical bills. The good news is that state law allows a person who has been injured to hold the responsible parties legally liable. The damages typically available in personal injury cases include money for missed work, medical costs and property damage, as well as remedies for pain, suffering, and emotional distress.

These cases often involve claims for negligence, the legal theory under which an injured person may sue another person or entity for breaching a “duty of care” owed to the injured person. For example, property owners generally have the duty to keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition and to warn visitors of any hazards of which they know or should know. A person suing for negligence must prove both the breach of the duty and that it caused the person’s injury.

In certain tragic cases involving fatal injuries, the family of the deceased may also sue for wrongful death. In order to establish a wrongful death claim, the person suing (plaintiff) must show that the person or entity being sued (defendant) caused the death by negligence, a “wanton or reckless act,” or breach of a warranty. The wrongful death suit must be filed by the executor or administrator of the deceased’s estate.

How We Can Help You

The experienced injury attorneys at the Law Offices of John C. Manoog have been representing clients in a wide range of negligence and wrongful death cases since 1994. Our lawyers take a personalized and comprehensive approach to legal practice, fighting aggressively on behalf of our clients and keeping them informed and aware of their rights every step of the way. Among other victories, we previously helped the family of a person killed in a bridge collapse obtain a $2.2 million settlement.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, our Kingston personal injury attorneys are ready to help. We are conveniently located in Hyannis and Plymouth and we are happy to travel to you if you can't make it to our offices. Call us at 888-262-6664 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Nós Falamos Português.

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