Brockton Personal Injury Lawyers
Incorporated in 1881, the city has more than 90,000 residents. The community is governed by a mayor and City Council. Brockton City Hall is located at 45 School St. The city is served by Brockton District Court at 215 Main St. and Plymouth County Superior Court at 72 Belmont St.
Brockton has a large public school system. Older students attend Brockton High School. In middle school, students attend Ashfield Middle School, East Middle School, North Middle School, Plouffe Academy, West Middle School and South Middle School.
The town has a dozen elementary schools: Angelo School, Arnone School, Baker School, Brookfield School, David K-8 School, Downey School, George School, Hancock School, Howard School, Huntington School, Kennedy School and Raymond K-7 School.
Brockton is served by three hospitals: Caritas Good Samaritan Hospital, Brockton Hospital and the Brockton Veterans Administration Hospital (also known as the Brockton VA Hospital).
Brockton is a destination for organizations such as the Old Colony YMCA, the Fuller Craft Museum, Massasoit Community College's Brockton campus, the Brockton Fair and the Brockton Symphony Orchestra. One major draw in recent years has been the Brockton Rox, a professional baseball team that belongs to the Independent Northern League.
Breakstone, White & Gluck is a Massachusetts personal injury and medical malpractice law firm serving Brockton and surrounding communities, including Stoughton, Avon, Abington, and East Bridgewater. We are conveniently located 20 miles away in Boston's Government Center. We handle a wide range of personal injury cases, including motor vehicle accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents and bike accidents.
Breakstone, White & Gluck has extensive legal experience and has obtained numerous awards of $1 million or greater. If you need a Brockton medical malpractice lawyer or Brockton personal injury lawyer, contact us today at (617) 723-7676 or use our online form.
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