Middleboro Car Accidents

Motor Vehicle Crash Lawyers Protecting the Rights of Middleboro Residents

At the Law Offices of John C. Manoog, III, our car crash attorneys have dedicated their careers to helping our neighbors get back on their feet after an accident. We combine more than 150 years of legal experience in fighting for our clients in the courtroom and at the negotiating table. Our Middleboro car accident lawyers understand the pain and stress that often come with an accident. This is why we work tirelessly in pursuit of the full compensation that you deserve. Our firm lets clients focus on their own physical and emotional well-being following a crash, with the confidence that comes with knowing that we are fighting for them.

Compensation in Car Accident Cases

Whether it is a seemingly simple two-vehicle collision on a neighborhood road or a multiple-car highway pile up, a car crash can cause serious injuries like paralysis, head trauma, and even death. For a person injured in a crash, the aftermath often means that you may not be able to work while medical bills begin to stack up. Moreover, auto insurers are regularly slow to pay out claims or bend over backwards to try to get you to settle them for pennies on the dollar. As a result, you need to get an experienced personal injury lawyer in your corner.

Massachusetts law gives a person injured in an accident the right to seek compensation from those responsible for the crash, whether this is a negligent driver (and possibly the driver’s employer) or a road crew that failed to warn of dangers ahead. A car accident attorney in the Middleboro area can help you determine which parties may be held liable. The money damages usually available in these cases include compensation for doctors’ expenses, missed wages, property damage, and also pain and suffering. In the tragic case in which a person is killed in a crash, their loved ones have the right to sue for wrongful death.

Proving Negligence

To obtain money damages, you generally need to show that the person or entity responsible for the crash was negligent. Drivers in Massachusetts, for example, owe others on the road a “duty of care” to operate their vehicles in a reasonably safe manner. This means refraining from drinking and driving, speeding, using a cell phone, and engaging in other dangerous activity behind the wheel. A driver who does not live up to this responsibility is likely to be deemed negligent and held liable for any injuries caused as a result.

To prove negligence, you will be required to show not only that the person whom you are suing did not live up to the duty of care, but also that this negligence directly caused the accident and that the accident directly caused your injuries. This may require significant evidence showing how the crash happened and medical documentation proving the extent of your injuries. A Middleboro car accident attorney can help you collect the evidence that you need.

Fighting for Clients in Middleboro

Middleboro is a quaint New England town straddling the Nemasket River that has made national headlines for its prominent little league baseball program. The town was initially settled as Nemasket in 1661. It is home to a thriving lumber industry and is often known as the “cranberry capital of the world,” thanks to its flourishing supply of the state berry. At the Law Offices of John C. Manoog, III, our personal injury lawyers have been representing clients in Middleboro and across the state since 1994. We have a strong track record of success in car accident cases, which includes a number of six- and seven-figure settlements. Our lawyers are dedicated to serving clients in their times of need. We are happy to offer free consultations at our offices or at your home or in the hospital as needed. We do not charge a fee in most of our personal injury cases unless we are successful. Call us at 888-262-6664 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation with a car accident lawyer in the Middleboro area. Nós Falamos Português.

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