Yarmouth

Knowledgeable Accident Lawyers Assisting Residents of Yarmouth

The accident attorneys at the Law Offices of John C. Manoog III represent people in Yarmouth and throughout the surrounding area who have been hurt in car crashes and other events caused by someone else’s carelessness. Serving the local community since 1994, we take pride in helping our neighbors recuperate from their injuries by fighting to help them pursue the full legal recovery that they deserve. Our lawyers are respected throughout Massachusetts, and founding partner John C. Manoog III has been recognized by the state Bar Association for his skill in vehicle collision cases.

The town of Yarmouth is a storied seafaring community whose quaint, coastal allure invites visitors and locals alike. Originally inhabited by Native Americans of the Wampanoag tribe, the area was later incorporated as part of the Plymouth Colony in 1639. Once a quiet farming and fishing hamlet, the town has retained much of its Old New England charm and is a popular destination for summer vacationers. Yarmouth’s 28 square miles are home to about 25,000 people year round. Notable current and former residents include writer Edward Gorey and statesman George Thatcher.

Assert Your Right to Compensation

If you have been injured in a car, truck, or motorcycle crash, an incident of medical malpractice, or any other type of accident, you have the right to seek legal remedies from those responsible. This is often true even if you are partly to blame for the accident.

State law authorizes a victim to seek a wide range of damages. Chief among them are compensatory damages, which are designed to make a person whole after an accident by covering medical costs, missed wages, and other expenses resulting from the harm. Many personal injury cases also include claims for damages related to pain and suffering or emotional distress. Juries often take into account the person’s age, as well as his or her health and condition prior to the accident, in calculating these damages. They also consider evidence of related psychological harm. Finally, punitive damages may be available in certain cases as a way to punish a person or entity for particularly callous behavior.

Proving a Negligence Claim

In order to assert the right to compensation, a person hurt in an accident usually needs to sue the responsible party for negligence. This legal theory holds individuals and entities liable for needlessly hazardous behavior that causes harm to someone else. A person filing a negligence claim must show that the defendant breached a duty of care owed to the victim and that this breach led directly to the accident and quantifiable damages. Drivers, for instance, owe others on the road a duty to operate their vehicles in a reasonably safe way and generally will be responsible for crashes that they cause by speeding, failing to signal, drinking and driving, or engaging in other unsafe activities behind the wheel.

Discuss Your Injury Claim with a Yarmouth Attorney

At the Law Offices of John C. Manoog III, we have represented countless clients in negligence and other cases over the course of 146 years of combined experience. We take a personalized approach to every claim, ensuring that we understand each individual’s needs, and we explore every opportunity to resolve disputes without the need for costly and protracted litigation when possible. Our track record can speak for itself, for we have helped many of our clients obtain six- and seven-figure settlements.

Our injury lawyers offer free consultations to individuals from Yarmouth and throughout Cape Cod from offices that are conveniently located in Hyannis and Plymouth. We are also happy to travel to you if needed. We charge no fee in many cases unless we are successful. Call us at 888-262-6664 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. Nós Falamos Português.

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