Since 1994, the Marshfield personal injury attorneys and criminal defense lawyers at the Law Offices of John C. Manoog III have been serving our neighbors throughout the area in a wide range of legal matters. We have a hard earned reputation in both the local and legal communities for providing comprehensive, personalized representation services for our clients. Our lawyers fight aggressively to protect the legal rights and interests of the people we represent, while making every effort to maximize the legal recovery to which they may be entitled.
Located along Massachusetts' South Shore near the intersection of Cape Cod Bay and Massachusetts Bay, Marshfield is a charming coastal town whose calm waters and inviting scenery attract tens of thousands of vacationers and part-time residents each year. Settled in 1632, the nearly 32-square-mile community takes its name from the various salt marshes that serve as some of the town's borders. In addition to its stunning seashore, Marshfield also features a handful of smaller forests and conservation areas. One such preservation site, the Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary, sits partially on farmland once owned by the famous statesman who served as U.S. Secretary of State under three different presidents.Damages for Accidents and Injuries
At the Law Offices of John C. Manoog III, our personal injury lawyers let clients focus on their physical, mental, and emotional recovery following an accident with the comfort and confidence that comes with knowing that we are working tirelessly to ensure that any and all responsible parties are held liable. That means first identifying the potentially liable parties, as well as dealing with insurance companies, making every effort to negotiate an optimal settlement, and taking cases all the way to trial when necessary.
Negligence is the most common legal theory on which persons injured in accidents seek to recover damages for their injuries. In order to prove negligence, the person suing (plaintiff) must show that the person being sued (defendant) owed the plaintiff a "duty of care," that the defendant failed to meet this duty, and that the failure caused the plaintiff to be injured. Property owners, for example, generally have a duty to keep their premises in a reasonably safe condition, and to warn others of any hazards of which the owner knows or should know. Failure to do so can result in legal liability.How We Can Help You
Among other types of accidents, we represent clients in these matters:
- Car accidents
- Truck crashes
- Motorcycle accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Boating accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Wrongful death claims
- Workers’ compensation
- Medical malpractice
- Pharmacy Negligence
- Product liability claims
- Construction accidents
- Dog bite claims
With more than 146 years of combined experience, we understand the legal intricacies and issues that often arise in these cases, and we have the knowledge, skills, and ability to help clients obtain the recovery the deserve.Aggressive Criminal and DUI Defense
We are also seasoned criminal defense lawyers with decades of experience representing clients in a broad span of misdemeanor and felony offenses. We can help you understand the case against you, assess your particular situation, and consider all possible options and strategies in mounting your defense.Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys
With offices in Hyannis and Plymouth, our Marshfield personal injury lawyers and criminal defense attorneys proudly serve clients throughout the state. We offer flexible evening and weekend hours, and will even come to you if you can't make it to one of our offices. Call us at (888) 262-6664 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Nós Falamos Português.