About Easton Car Accidents

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detail of a really expensive silver sports carEaston is a town with a population of 22,300. The town is located in Bristol County Massachusetts 20 miles south of Boston. Easton is surrounded by Mansfield, Raynham, Norton, West Bridgewater, Sharon, Brockton Stoughton and Taunton. Routes 106, 24, 138, 123 run through and around Easton.

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

  • Foundry Street (Route 106) and Turnpike Street (Route 138)
  • Depot Street (Route 123) and Foundry Street (Route 106)

At The Law Offices of Gerald J. Noonan our lawyers work tirelessly to establish the liability of the party responsible for our clients’ automobile accidents in order to get our area clients the compensation they deserve. We will begin working on your case immediately to speed up the slow moving insurance claims recovery process. In these most trying times you will need an experienced, skilled and relentless attorney.

Easton MA Car Accident Lawyers

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You will need an experienced accident lawyer that has a handle on the complexities of Medicare, private insurance, Mass health. Our attorneys know the roles these forms of health insurance play in the recovery phases following a car accident. You don’t want an attorney that is going to leave you with health insurance medical liens or a pile of unpaid medical bills. We will work with your health insurance providers which will allow you to dedicate all your time and energy towards getting better.

At the Law Offices of Gerald J. Noonan we will relentlessly pursue your insurance claim to get you the compensation you deserve.  Email or Call us at (508) 588-0422 schedule your free consultation. Our office is conveniently located at 555 Pleasant Street less than 3 miles from Route 138.

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