Three-Car Accident With Injuries in Saugus

Police logs out today indicate that three people were transported to local area hospitals after a threecar collision in SaugusSaugus multi-vehicle crash

The accident occurred on Sunday, April 22 at 8:48 p.m. near Kowloon Restaurant located at 948 Broadway.

One person was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital.

Two people were taken to Melrose Wakefield Hospital.

No further details were provided by law enforcement.

Car Accident Injury Lawsuits

Dealing with a three-vehicle accident requires specialized knowledge by a Massachusetts personal injury lawyer. An insurance company is likely to believe their insured who says he or she is not at fault. This is because with a multi-vehicle accident it is difficult to attribute fault. If no one is willing to provide sufficient information to make a determination of fault, then a personal injury attorney may need to simply file suit to obtain compensation. Someone was at fault, so at least one of the driver’s will have to pay for injuries sustained in the multi-car collision.

With multiple parties, this means a distribution of settlement proceeds based on percentage of fault and the type of injury you have suffered. Typical settlement damages or awards are for past and future medical treatments, past and future loss of earnings, pain and suffering, diminished quality of life, and “loss of consortium”.

The Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman have handled complex multi-vehicle accidents successfully by obtaining fair awards and compensation for their personal injury client. Call the attorneys at (617) 367-2900 today for a free consultation.

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