After the American Revolution, the city of Quincy, Massachusetts was incorporated in 1792 and named after John Quincy, who was the paternal grandfather of Abigail Adams. Quincy is part of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, and its population (as of 2010 census) was 92,271, the most populated city or town in Norfolk County. It is nicknamed the "City of Presidents," being the birthplace of former U.S. President John Adams, and John Quincy Adams. It is also known as "The birthplace of the American dream."
Some more recent, lesser known facts are that the Howard Johnson's and Dunkin' Donuts restaurant chains were both founded in Quincy, as was the Irish punk band the Dropkick MurphysExperienced Quincy, Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawyer
Imagine that it is a sun-filled snowy day in winter, and you're out running errands. You park in the local mall, exit your car, and proceed up a set of snow-filled stairs to enter a store. Suddenly, without expecting it, you hit a patch of black ice, and before you know it, you've hit the ground, sprained your ankle, and broken your wrist in the process. It's not fun, by any stretch of the imagination. In this scenario, you would have just suffered a Quincy slip and fall accident, due to the negligence of an individual or business.
We know the questions that will immediately cross your mind. Who do I call now? What do I do now? What are my legal rights? What happens after I visit the Emergency Room? These questions are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.
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If you've been injured in an accident in Quincy, Massachusetts due to someone else's negligence, make the best choice you can and call our office now. Attorney Kickham makes himself available 24/7, will provide you a FREE initial consultation/evaluation of your case, and will even make a "house call" to your home if that is more convenient. Call our office at Ph.: (781) 320-0062 or at (617) 285-3600. You may also fill out a confidential email submission by clicking here. Attorney Kickham has more than 20 years of experience representing personal injury clients and has a proven track record of success.