About Brockton Car Accidents

About Car Accidents In Brockton, MA

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About Brockton Car AccidentsThe City of Brockton Massachusetts is the state’s sixth largest city with a population of approximately 95,000. It is located twenty miles south of Boston in Plymouth County. Nine out of ten Brockton residents commute to work by car every day. Because of the high number of commuters, car accidents are a common occurrence for Brockton residents. Brockton also has some of the most dangerous roads in the state.

The Mass Highway Department consistently ranks the following intersections in Brockton among the most dangerous intersections in the state of Massachusetts:

  • Pleasant Street (Route 27) and West Street
  • Belmont Street (Route123) and Manley Street
  • Belmont Street (Route123) and Lindwood Street
  • Ash Street and West Elm Street
  • West Elm Street and Newbury Street
  • Pleasant Street (Route 27) and North Ash
  • North main Street and Noward Street
  • Main Street and Legion Parkway (Route 123)
  • Court Street (Route 27) and Montello Street (Route 28)

Given the size of Brockton’s population, the fact that it is situated on route 24, and the number of dangerous intersections placed throughout the city, car accidents in Brockton are all too common. If you, a husband, wife, son or daughter is a victim of a car accident, you will need and experienced and aggressive Brockton car accident injury lawyer.

Brockton Car Accident Lawyer

For over three decades our Brockton car accident and personal injury lawyers at The Law Offices of Gerald J. Noonan have been representing the residents of Brockton and the surrounding communities against insurance companies bent on paying as little as possible. If you are involved in a rear end accident, front end collision, fender bender, intersection car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, uninsured car accident, or pedestrian accident our experienced attorneys are available for a free consultation. We will handle every detail of your case from the property damage, to lost wages and medical bills. We will investigate the circumstances of your accident and locate and interview any eyewitnesses to insure that liability is assigned to those that are responsible for the accident and your pain and suffering.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a vehicle accident call our experienced Brockton Massachusetts auto accident lawyers at (508) 588-0422 today to schedule your free no-obligation consultation. Our law office is conveniently located at 555 Pleasant Street, Brockton, MA 02301 on Route 28, less than a half a mile from route 24.

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