Personal Injury Lawyer in Quincy

Qualifying for Personal Injury Compensation

If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by the negligent acts of another then you may be able to collect monetary compensation for your injuries. There are many different ways that individuals can be injured by another, whether in a car accident or in a case of premises liability. The injuries you have sustained may cause you to undergo severe financial hardship due to medical bills and possible loss of wages due to an inability to work. If you have been injured in an accident due to the negligent acts of another then you will greatly benefit from the legal assistance of a Quincy personal injury attorney from Flanagan & Associates.

In order to have a lawsuit against another individual to collect money damages for your injuries, you must be able to prove two elements:

  • The other individual involved in the accident acted negligently through accident or did not provide reasonable warning
  • Their negligent acts were a proximate cause for your injuries

In order to prove that the other individual acted negligently you will need to prove these elements:

  • The other individual owed you a duty of care, as in the case of right of way for a pedestrian on the road
  • They violated this duty of care through deliberate and malicious actions, or through an unreasonable mistake that any reasonable individual would not have made

How We Can Help You

If you are able to prove these elements then you may be able to collect money damages to help compensate for the financial hardships you are experiencing. At Flanagan & Associates we are intent on providing our clients with skillful and aggressive representation and we will work to help you prove these various elements in order to win damages for you. In addition, our firm operates on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you will not owe us attorney fees unless we recover damages for you. Contact our firm today to discuss your case and how we can help you.

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