Quincy MA Injury Lawyers
The city of Quincy is located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, just south of Boston and to the east of Milton, on the shores of Quincy Bay. Its nicknames are “City of Presidents”, “City of Legends”, and “Birthplace of the American Dream”. According to the most recent U.S. Census survey, Quincy’s population in 2010 was 92,271, making it the 8th largest city in the state.Quincy is the birthplace of former U.S. Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, as well as statesman John Hancock. It was named for Colonel John Quincy, maternal grandfather of Abigail Adams and after whom John Quincy Adams was also named.Quincy was first incorporated as part of Dorchester in 1630, and was briefly annexed by Boston in 1634. The area was reorganized as Braintree in 1640, bordered along the coast of Massachusetts Bay by Dorchester to the north and Weymouth to the east. Beginning in 1708, the modern border of Quincy first took shape as the North Precinct of Braintree. Following the American Revolution, Quincy was officially incorporated as a separate town named for John Quincy in 1792, and was made a city in 1888Quincy was the site of the Granite Railway, the first commercial railroad in the United States. Built in 1826, it was designed to carry granite from a Quincy quarry to the Neponset River in Milton so that the stone could then be taken by boat to erect the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Quincy was also home to the first iron furnace in the United States, the John Winthrop, Jr. Iron Furnace Site (also known as Braintree Furnace), from 1644 to 1653.Sailing ships were built in Quincy for many years, including the only seven-masted schooner ever built, Thomas W. Lawson. In addition, many famous warships were built at the Fore River Shipyard, including the aircraft carrierUSS Lexington (CV-2); the battleships USS Massachusetts (BB-59),Quincy was also an aviation pioneer thanks to Dennison Field. Located in the Squantum section of town it was one of the world’s first airports and was partially developed by Amelia Earhart.The Howard Johnson’s and Dunkin Donuts restaurant chains were both founded in Quincy.Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys got its start in the city’s Wollaston neighborhood in 1996.Sheff Law has been representing victims of personal injury in Quincy for over fifty years. Our attorneys have represented Quincy clients in both the State Courts well as in matters at the Department of Industrial Accidents for workers’ compensation claims. Attorney Adam Becker in our office is a former Assistant District Attorney who was a prosecutor at Quincy District Court in the early 1990’s. Our Quincy personal injury lawyers work with clients regarding injuries related to automobile accidents, maritime accidents including in the fishing industry, workplace and construction site accidents as well as in matters involving, spinal cord and traumatic brain injury. Sheff Law has a team of six lawyers with over 120 years of collective personal injury experience. Quincy, Massachusetts is home to diverse group of people with a variety of ethnic backgrounds. At Sheff Law we have the capability to work with individuals from nearly every ethnic and geographical background so we can communicate with our clients in the language they are most comfortable using.At Sheff Law we know that representing victims of personal injury in Quincy, Massachusetts is a serious responsibility. Conveniently located from Quincy, in downtown Boston, Sheff Law has the resources of a large city law firm yet we provide our clients with the care and courtesy you would expect in a small town. When someone needs an injury lawyer in Quincy, Massachusetts, Sheff Law attorneys respond by working as a team to provide our clients with the best legal representation possible. Our dedicated group of attorneys and support staff will be happy to meet with you at your home when it is inconvenient or impossible for you to travel to Boston. Our lawyers use a national network of experts to provide our Quincy, MA, clients with the resources their case need.To get from Quincy to Sheff Law, you can take Route 3/93 North into Boston and park at the Government Center parking garage or at the garage at 2 Center Plaza, Boston, MA, which is conveniently located directly across the street from our office. You can also take the “T” Red line from any of the several stops in Quincy to Park Street Station which is one block from our Office. You may also take any of the three commuter rail lines (Middleboro/Lakeville, Greenbush and Plymouth/Kingston) that run through Quincy to South Station which is a 15 minute walk to our office or short subway or taxi ride.If you or a loved one has been injured in Quincy, Massachusetts, call our Quincy injury lawyers at Sheff Law to help. If you or someone you know has been injured, call an attorney at Sheff Law today at 617-227-7000 or fill out a free online form.