Boston Personal Injury Attorneys
Boston Personal Injury Lawyers Click here to read about our attorneys Click here to see our recent results Click here to read what our clients are saying about us Contact us today
View our recent victories of cases like yours Have you been injured? Click here to learn what to do next If we don't win, we don't charge Why Choose Turco Legal?
Personal Injury
Car Accident
Medical Malpractice
Slip and Falls
Dog Bites
Premises Liability
Food Poisoning
Wrongful Death
Train Accidents
Product Liability
Typically, new litigation is commenced when a plaintiff files a Complaint against the defe...
Homeowners who are considering having work done to their homes should ensure that all nece...
The tort claim of interference with business relations allows a wronged plaintiff to recov...
In Massachusetts, an employer must not take any retaliatory actions against an employee if...
In Massachusetts, an employee may seek worker’s compensation relief if the employee ...
Many personal insurance injury policies provide for coverage to “household members&r...

Quincy Personal Injury Lawyers

At Mass Injury Firm, P.C., we feel it's important to understand the landscape of the locations in which our clients' accidents occur. That's why we know Quincy well, including it's major roadways, intersections, and bridges, as well as it's history and notable landmarks. Oh, and we know a few happy clients down there, too.

Minutes south of Boston, is the City of Quincy (pronounced "quin-zee"). Sometimes referred to as the "City of Presidents," Quincy is the birthplace of U.S. Presidents, John Adams, his son, John Quincy Adams, and statesman John Hancock. Quincy is located in Norfolk County with a population of 92,271 in 2010, making it the 8th largest city in Massachusetts. Quincy borders: Boston, Milton, Randolph, Braintree, Weymouth, and Hull.

Rich in historic sites, Quincy's miles of beautiful coastline draw visitors for activities year around. The Adams National Historical Park commemorates the Adams family who dedicated their lives to the founding and strengthening of the United States. The thirteen acre park includes the home of this remarkable family; the farmhouse where both presidents were born, recognized as the oldest presidential birthplace in the country; the Visitor Center; and the United First Parish Church and Adams Crypt. Other attractions include: the Hancock Cemetery, the colonial community's first and main burial ground; the Thomas Crane Public Library, a national architectural landmark; the Adams Academy Society; the birthplace of John Hancock; the Dorothy Quincy Homestead; and the Josiah Quincy House, site of many Sons of Liberty meetings. Marina Bay, the largest marina in the Northeast has an incredible view of the Boston skyline.

Quincy is easily accessible by highway, water shuttle and the MBTA’s Red Line, which has four stops in Quincy: North Quincy, Wollaston, Quincy Center and Quincy Adams stations. Mayor Thomas P. Koch together with Ward 5 City Councilor Kirsten Hughes are currently working hard on a redevelopment plan for Wollaston Center, one of the four T-stations in Quincy.

Hancock Street is the main commercial thoroughfare of Quincy Center, Wollaston and North Quincy. Along with Quincy Avenue and Southern Artery, there are other heavily traveled streets in Quincy, some of which have proven to be very dangerous. Some of those streets include Newport Avenue, which parallels Hancock Street to the west on the opposite side of the MBTA railway, Adams Street heading west from Quincy Center to Milton, and West and East Squantum Streets in the Montclair and North Quincy neighborhoods. Every year the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (DOT) publishes a report of the 200 most dangerous intersections in Massachusetts. Based on crash statistics for 2008-2010, Quincy has 6 of the 200 most dangerous intersections. The intersections are below in order of ranking:

#61 Honorable Thomas S. Burgin Parkway and Centre St. – 60 crashes (19 injury)

#69 Hancock St. and East Squantum St. – 72 crashes (15 injury)

#92 Southern Artery and Coddington St. – 61 crashes (15 injury)

#121 Honorable Thomas S. Burgin Parkway and Granite St. – 66 crashes (12 injury)

#133 School St. and Hancock St. – 62 crashes (12 injury)

#190 Quincy Ave. and East Howard St. – 36 crashes (13 injury)

If you are a Quincy resident or simply were injured in Quincy, think of our firm as a destination for your questions. We are Boston personal injury lawyers who will travel to you, anywhere in Massachusetts, to discuss your case. Want to discuss by phone for free today? Just call us at 866-995-6663 and you'll be connected to a Massachusetts personal injury lawyer today.

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.

Phone: (866) 995-6663
Address: 15 Court Square, Suite 800, Boston, MA 02108