Brockton Car Accident Lawyer

Attorney Neil Burns has assisted Brockton car accident victims win just reimbursement for their personal injuries for 25 years. His time-proven approach to settling motor vehicle accident cases combines empathy towards clients and aggressiveness in his work. At the Law Office Burns and Jain, there is no fee until we win. Also, we offer free file reviews, free consultations, and free hospital visits. Call 617-227-7423 to become one of the thousands of auto crash victims for whom our attorneys have claimed fair compensation.

Located in Plymouth County, Brockton is the seventh largest city in Massachusetts. It has been deemed the “City of Champions” as the birthplace of world-class boxers Rocky Marciano and Marvin Hagler. It was also named one of the “100 best communities for young people” in the country by an organization called America’s Promise Alliance, which awards cities committed to supporting their young residents and reducing dropout rates. The Law Office Burns and Jain can be accessed from Brockton by the commuter rail. We take pride in helping Brockton residents through the legal aftermath of their car accidents, and we have won several trials for clients at the Brockton Superior Court.

Following a car accident, truck accident, or motorcycle accident, people quickly consider responsibility. “Who is to blame—whose fault is this?” is a common inquiry that must be addressed. With the risk of unintentionally skewed police and accident reports, seeking the direction of a competent injury lawyer will help organize the facts and create a case for you. The other driver may be under-insured or uninsured, and our attorneys have experience working with insurance companies to ensure you are fully compensated for your personal injury, medical bills, property damage, and lost wages.

Your primary concern after suffering an injury in an auto crash should be health and recovery. The next step is to contact a personal injury lawyer. There are over 5 million auto crashes in the United States every year. While the medical expenses associated with car accidents have decreased since the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) implemented the primary seat belt law in 2008, driving remains a dangerous means of transportation. Accidents are most commonly a result of the following:

  • Backing up blindly
  • Driving while intoxicated
  • Exceeding the speed limit
  • Not yielding
  • Tailgating
  • Cell phone use
  • Swerving left of center

Burns & Jain is located at 6 Beacon Street, Suite 600. We encourage your use of public transportation, but if you are driving, go north on I-93. Take Exit 23 toward Government Center, and continue straight onto North Street. Make a left onto Congress Street, turn right on State Street, and left onto Tremont Street. Just past Center Plaza and just before the corner of Beacon Street, turn right into the garage at 1 Beacon. Exit the parking garage using the elevators and cross the street to arrive at 6 Beacon.

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