The report states that the accident happened at Dungeon Avenue and Walnut, and injuries were sustained.
The accident occurred at 7:40 a.m.
There are no further details identifying the victims or the extent of injuries.
Motor Vehicle Accident Lawsuits
To decide whether a victim has a worthy Massachusetts personal injury lawsuit or claim, a victim must first asking three preliminary questions: First, whether the victim suffer a personal injury (not only property damage). Second, whether the victim’s injuries were caused by the negligent act of another person. Third, are damages recoverable.
If a victim can respond to these three in the affirmative, then financial compensation may be available for the injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident. A worthy personal injury lawsuit requires proof of negligence. This means that the other person at fault acted in a careless manner which caused the injury to the victim. If that can be established then legally that person is liable and must pay for the harm incurred.
There are many different items that can change the outcome of a Massachusetts personal injury lawsuit. This is why it is important to have your case reviewed in detail by one of the attorneys at the Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident and the other person acted in a careless manner which caused your injury, then call the attorneys today at (617) 777-7777 to understand your full remedies.
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