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Just south of Boston, Quincy, MA is the ninth largest city in the state with a population of 91,600. Quincy was first settled by English immigrants in 1625, and would later become the birthplace of John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams, the second and sixth Presidents of the United States respectively. Originally a part of the town of Braintree, Quincy would be formed from its north precinct in 1792, taking its name in honor of Colonel John Quincy, grandfather of Abigail Adams.
Quincy is also the birthplace of two other famous names: the companies Dunkin Doughnuts and Howard Johnson. Residents and visitors can enjoy Quincy's rich mix of history and culture, including the Adams National Historic Park, the USS Salem and U.S. Naval Shipbuilding Museum, and the Wollaston Beach.
Numerous Quincy lawyers have been drawn to this city for its unique blend of history and modern culture. Quincy lawyers have experience dealing with legal matters involving family, business, crime, immigration, and personal injury, as well as others.
Lawyers in Quincy recently brought suit on behalf of Terri Knight against local landlords Andy Huang and Jinny Xiu Ma for the wrongful death of her husband Oudah Frawi, 37, and the couple’s 1-year-old son, Ali, and 1-month-old son, Hussein. The lawsuit alleges that the landlords illegally constructed the basement apartment, which lacked a safe escape route and smoke detectors. The lawsuit seeks $10 million in damages and is currently ongoing.
Lawyers in Quincy are familiar with the Massachusetts court system. The court system of Massachusetts consists of a Trial Court (divided into 7 departments), Court of Appeals, and a Supreme Court. Attorneys in Quincy will typically argue their case in the Quincy District Court, the Appeals Court of Massachusetts
, or the Supreme Judicial Court
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