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  • Attorney John Finbury takes novel issue in a negligence claim against the City of Haverhill to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and wins.

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  • $500,000 worker's compensation settlement
    for Massachusetts Home Depot employee who suffered severe spinal injury when he hyperextended his body in order to avoid being struck by employee pushing carriages towards him in an aisle.
  • $400,000 worker's compensation settlement
    for Massachusetts truck driver who injured lower back as a result of a fall in gas station while delivering gasoline.
  • $230,000 worker's compensation settlement
    for employee who developed RSD/CRPS following finger joint surgery for work-related repetitive stress injury.
  • $1.5 Million Verdict
    in Essex County for serious personal injuries caused by a drunk driver in a motor vehicle accident.
  • $1.4 Million Verdict
    in Essex County for a young man who was injured when a stool collapsed at a restaurant in Haverhill, Massachusetts. It was necessary to use experts in the field of medicine, economics, and vocational rehabilitation to prove the damages suffered by this client.
  • $1.3 Million Settlement
    In Essex County for an electrician injured in an arc blast while working in North Andover. He suffered burns and a fractured elbow. Medical, electrical and code experts were used to prove liability and damages. The firm is experienced in filing suit and litigating these types of cases in order to obtain the maximum benefit to which our clients are entitled.
  • $1.275 Million Settlement
    in Essex County where a motor vehicle chased by the police crashed and overturned resulting in injuries to a passenger. The injuries included fractured vertebrae which required surgery and which resulted in a permanent injury, as well as internal complications and lower leg ailments.
  • $1 Million Verdict
    in Essex County Superior Court (Lawrence, MA) for a wife who was beaten and stabbed by her husband, leaving her with significant permanent injuries.
  • $835,000 Settlement
    in New Hampshire for a medical malpractice claim and related workers' compensation claim involving a failed sympathetic block for complex regional pain syndrome.
  • $767,000 Settlement
    for a man who was partially paralyzed as the result of a motor vehicle collision. The plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle in which the operator was over-served at a club in Haverhill. Expert testimony was used to prove that improper training and serving procedures led to the over-serving of alcohol.
  • $750,000 Verdict
    in Newburyport Superior Court for a woman injured in an auto collision. The insurance company offered $75,000 to settle, one-tenth of the ultimate verdict. That offer was refused and we went to trial. With interest the verdict exceeded $1,000,000.
  • $650,000 Settlement
    for a liquor liability case in New Hampshire
  • $450,000 Workers' Compensation Settlement
    where a New Hampshire employee was contaminated by chemicals in the air at his place of employment in Massachusetts.
  • $450,000 Settlement
    in Hillsborough County New Hampshire where a young teacher slipped and fell while exiting a convenience store resulting in orthopedic injuries and a closed head injury.
  • $400,000 Verdict
    in Middlesex County Superior Court (Cambridge, MA) for a young man injured at the Haverhill train station when the train began pulling away as he was boarding. A final offer of $25,000.00 was rejected. With interest, the final judgment was over $500.00.00.
  • $379,000 Arbitration Award
    For tenant in commercial lease dispute
  • $250,000 Verdict
    in Essex Superior Court (Lawrence, MA) for a mailman attacked by two dogs in the course of his employment, resulting in injuries to his back and neck as he was fleeing from the animals. With interest the judgment exceeded $316,000.00.
  • $250,000 Settlement
    in Rockingham county for a Newton, New Hampshire woman who was severely injured in a head-on collision resulting in multiple fractures.
  • $225,000 Settlement
    in Essex County where an employee slipped and fell on her way into work as a result of weather conditions. She settled with the workers' compensation carrier as well as the owner and property maintenance company.
  • $150,000 Verdict
    in Suffolk County for a patron of a bar whose leg was fractured by the negligent conduct of a security guard.
  • $150,000 Settlement
    in Rockingham county for a woman who was severely injured when she slipped and fell on water at a major department store. A lawsuit was necessary to obtain discovery which ultimately showed that the store allowed a freezer to leak for several days without adequate clean up..
  • $140,000 Settlement
    in Essex county for a Methuen woman who suffer a fractured hip on a dark outside stairway due to the landlord's failure to properly maintain the lighting.
  • $45,000 Settlement
    in Essex County for a boy under 2 years old who fell from a landing in a rented apartment due to improper construction of a railing.
  • $25,000 Settlement
    in Rockingham County for a man injured when he slipped on icy stairs at a mall in Southern New Hampshire as a result of negligent maintenance of the property.

Distracted Driving Accidents

Haverhill Distracted Driving Accident Attorneys

Experienced Massachusetts and New Hampshire Car Crash Lawyers

Insurance companies are notorious for attempting to minimize compensation paid on injury claims by deflecting liability and downplaying injuries. If you have been injured in a car accident, the insurance company may attempt to shift the blame for the accident by stating you were driving inattentively. However, many times, it is the other driver’s negligence that causes the crash.

At the law office of Finbury & Sullivan, P.C., many clients are coming to us after being injured in a car or truck accident that was caused by the other driver’s distracted or inattentive driving. Our Haverhill distracted driving accident lawyers can advocate for your rights and interests and pursue the full compensation you will need for your injuries.

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Driver distractions are contributing to an increasing number of car accidents and other motor vehicle accidents. Drivers who take their attention from the road — whether to view a text, answer a phone call or attend to a child in the back seat — jeopardize the lives of others. Traffic can dramatically change within milliseconds, and that is all it takes to cause a severe or even fatal crash. At Finbury & Sullivan, we represent accident victims who have been involved in a car accident or other motor vehicle accident due to another driver’s carelessness or recklessness. We handle distracted driving accidents caused by drivers who are focused on various other activities, such as:

  • Texting
  • Talking on a cell phone
  • Changing a radio station
  • Operating any electronic device
  • Putting on makeup
  • Focusing on children or other people in the vehicle
  • Smoking
  • Eating on-the-go
  • Any other form of distracted driving

Our New Hampshire and Massachusetts texting while driving lawyers seek accountability.

Driver distractions, particularly drivers who send, receive or read texts while driving, have become such as problem that both Massachusetts and New Hampshire have enacted comprehensive laws that ban texting while driving. Our Haverhill distracted driving accident attorneys work to demonstrate the negligence of the other driver and his or her carelessness in adhering to statewide texting and driving bans. We then demand that the insurance company stand up to its responsibility to provide the full compensation to which the accident victim is entitled.

If you have been injured in an accident caused by a distracted driver, our Massachusetts and New Hampshire personal injury attorneys are ready to talk to you. The initial consultation is free. Call 978-374-4736 or contact us online to arrange an appointment. Our law firm has provided experienced, caring, responsive service in the Merrimack Valley since 1946.