City of Plymouth Sees Numerous Car Accidents During Week Ending in April 20

Today, the City of Plymouth police released their logs for reports of motor vehicle accidents. Today’s reports covered the week ending in Friday April 20. City of Plymouth Sees Numerous Car Accidents During Week Ending in April 20

On Monday, April 16, there were two morning car accidents reported on Route 3. At about 2: 00 p.m. another collision occurred, which was reported from Long Pond Road. All parties involved in that incident remained on scene to exchange information. There was a final accident at about 6: 30 p.m., reported on Court Street. There were no further details about injuries or causes of the accidents.

On Tuesday, April 17, there were three car accidents in Plymouth in the afternoon. They occurred on Home Depot Drive, Court Street and Commerce Way. None was reported as being hit-and-run accidents. Two collisions occurred in the evening on State Road and Summer Street. Again, no further information was released as to causes of the accidents or injuries.

Finally, on Wednesday April 18, Plymouth had a morning car accident on Summer Street at about 11:30 a.m., and another at 2: 00 p.m. on the same road. There were an additional two collisions in the evening reported on Samoset Street and Carver Road.

Accident Compensation

Even if the driver who caused an accident is uninsured or underinsured, the victim can still recover compensation from his or her own insurance agency. This is only if his or her  auto policy includes uninsured or underinsured coverage. The Massachusetts personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman can help file a claim to obtain compensation for a victim’s medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering. Call the attorneys today at (617) 367-2900 for a consultation.

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