About Weymouth Car Accidents

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Weymouth Car AccidentsThe city of Weymouth is located less than 17 miles south of Boston in Norfolk County Massachusetts. The city has a population of approximately 54,000 residents. Routes 53, 3, 18, 37, 139 and 58 are the city’s major roadways.

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

  • Washington Street (Route 53) and Middle Street
  • Pleasant Street and Washington Street (Route 53)
  • Main Street (Route 18) and Middle Street
  • Union Street and Pleasant Street
  • Washington Street (Route 53) and Commercial Street
  • Washington Street (Route 53) and Main Street (Route 18)
  • Main Street (Route 18) Pond Street
  • Main Street (Route 18) and Colombian Street

Weymouth MA Car Accident Lawyers

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If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a Weymouth car accident you should seek legal representation. In order receive fair compensation for your injuries arising out an automobile accident you must be able to show that the other vehicle caused the accident by driving recklessly or carelessly.

Our lawyers at The Law Offices of Gerald J. Noonan have been handling personal injury insurance claims for Weymouth and area residents for over thirty years. If you, your wife, husband, son or daughter have been involved in a car accident, rear end car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, intersection car accident, fender bender or a traumatic car crash our Weymouth motor vehicle accident attorneys are available for a free consultation seven days a week. We will meet with you to discuss the facts surrounding your accident and go over all your legal options.

Email or call our experienced and proven Weymouth Massachusetts car accident lawyers today to schedule your free no-obligation consultation. Our offices are conveniently located in Quincy, Brockton and Taunton.

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