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(L-R) Paul d’Oliveira (Lawyer), D. Robin Gouveia (Lawyer), John Rochefort (Intake Specialist / Investigator), Donna Medeiros (Office Manager / Paralegal), Maricza Allende (Paralegal), Ashley E. Desantos (Paralegal), Patricia O’Donnell (Claims Adjuster), Antonia Lee (Legal Assistant)

D. Robin Gouveia is our lawyer who represents our clients in Wareham, MA. Attorney Gouveia has been handling personal injury and disability cases for over 16 years now and has extensive experience in these matters. Over the years, she has developed a reputation as a lawyer that her clients trust and is highly skilled. She knows not only how to get you a good settlement, but how to get it for you quickly.

Injured In a Car Accident In Wareham? Get Help Now!

Wareham car accident lawyerAttorney Gouveia and her staff have successfully settled hundreds of car accident claims in Massachusetts. If you are injured in a car accident in Wareham, you may be entitled to compensation, which pays you for your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering and other losses. Our law firm charges the standard 1/3 fee only if you obtain a settlement or award. Remember, a good lawyer should not cost you more, they should get you more. Learn more.

Injured In a Motorcycle Accident in Wareham? Contact Us!

Wareham motorcycle accident lawyerMotorcycle accident cases in Wareham can be difficult because insurance company claims adjusters typically try to show that the motorcyclist was either totally or partially at fault. However, as a former insurance adjuster herself, Attorney Gouveia knows how to handle insurance companies. These cases can be complex, which is why you should consider having an experienced MA personal injury lawyer on your side. Learn more.

Injured From a Slip and Fall? We Can Help!

Wareham slip and fall lawyerSlip and fall cases can be challenging because insurance companies usually deny or reduce settlement offers. Typically, the cause of a slip and fall accident was due to a dangerous condition or defect on the property. Insurance companies try to show that the victim was at fault for not paying attention to a dangerous condition, such as snow and ice. We have successfully handled numerous slip and fall cases and charge no fee unless we get you money. Learn more.

Injured From a Dog Bite? Call Us Today!

Wareham dog bite lawyerAttorney Gouveia has successfully obtained settlements for people injured by a dog bite in Wareham and surrounding areas. Often, when a dog bite occurs on the owner’s property, their homeowner’s insurance coverage compensates victims for medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering and other losses. Our firm charges the typical 1/3 fee only if we get you a settlement or award. Learn more.

Injured At Work? We Can Help You Get Workers’ Compensation!

Wareham work injury lawyerWorkers’ Compensation is designed for employees that were injured at work to obtain payment for their injuries and expenses. This is provided from insurance that the employer has. However, obtaining workers’ compensation benefits is not always easy. The rules can be difficult to understand and the process can be complicated. We work with some of the most capable and experienced workers’ compensation lawyers in Massachusetts. Learn more.

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About Wareham, MA

Wareham is located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts and includes Onset, Wareham Center, West Wareham, East Wareham and Weweantic. Founded in 1678, Wareham has a history of shipbuilding and early industry. For example, Wareham is home of the Tremont Nail Factory, the oldest nail factory in the country. According to the 2010 census, the town has a population of approximately 22,822 residents.

Top 10 Wareham, Massachusetts Area Attractions

Wareham enjoys over 54 miles of coastline which includes beaches, rivers and ponds, creating a unique natural experience. Thanks to its network of waterways, Wareham has enjoyed a prosperous shipbuilding industry. The town includes a number of distinct recognized subsections, including Onset, Wareham Center, West Wareham, East Wareham, and Weweantic. There are a number of attractions for visitors to the area, which is scenic and retains that small-town charm and feel. The town is also home to the oldest nail manufacturing plant in the United States, the Tremont Nail Factory which began operations in 1819.

Here are some attractions in Wareham:

Captain John Kendrick Maritime MuseumPhoto Source: Wareham Historical Society

Captain John Kendrick Maritime Museum: Captain John Kendrick Maritime Museum features clothing, furniture and artifacts from the period of Wareham’s Captain Kendrick, who was famously known to have participated in the Boston Tea Party. He was an ardent patriot who went on to serve as commander of the privateer Fanny, the first ship of what became the Continental Navy during the American Revolution. The museum often has special displays and exhibits. 124 Main St. Info: https://warehamhistoricalsociety.com/

Nemasket Kayak Center: If you are a nature lover and enjoy peaceful, fun tours of the area exploring its scenic beauty, flora and fauna, you might want to check out the Nemasket Kayak Center at and offers guided kayaking tours of Marion Harbor, Nantucket Lightship, and Mill Pond. The tour company also offers rentals and lessons for kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding, and hosts tours on the Agawam River, which is home to osprey, swans, ducks and turtles. Tihonet Village, 146 Tihonet Road. Info: http://www.nemasketkayak.com/

Buzzards Play Productions: This playhouse offers a range of musical, comedy and theatric performances. In addition to stage productions and musical acts, the theater features open mic nights, open auditions and educational workshops. Part of the playhouse is Carolees Comedy Corner, which is perfect for comedy fans. Special events include their summer comedy series, comedy competitions and musical show productions. 3065 Cranberry Highway. Info: http://www.buzzardsplayproductions.com/

Water Wizz: Billed as “Cape Cod’s only water park,” Water Wizz, is a family-owned, 8-acrewater park located in East Wareham. It attracts about 100,000 annually and was used as a location in the 2009 film “Grown Ups” and the 2013 film, “The Way Way Back.” 3031 Cranberry Highway. Info: http://waterwizz.com

Cartland of Cape Cod: Here’s something for the kids! Cartland of Cape Cod is an amusement park featuring three types of go-karts, batting cages and mini golf. 3044 Cranberry Hwy. Info: http://www.cartlandofcapecod.com/

mini golfSand ‘n’ Surf: If you love shopping, you’ve got to stop at the Sand ‘n’ Surf Gift Shop, a Buzzards Bay institution. It’s a family-owned business, which has been in the same location since 1956 and is an icon in Cape Cod. The store features, souvenirs, gifts, wicker furniture, ice cream and even an 18-hole mini-golf course. The store is open daily April 1 through Columbus Day. 3194 Cranberry Highway. Info: http://www.sandnsurfcapecod.com/

Flagship Cinemas: Headquartered in Boston, Flagship Cinemas is a privately-held company. Their theaters feature stadium seating, digital projection, digital surround sound and a comfortable, neighborhood atmosphere. They’ll offer free movies on your birthday and their Film Fanatic card rewards frequent moviegoers with free movies at most locations. 39 Doty Street. Info: www.flagshipcinemas.com

Yoga Light Studio: If you want to get away from the crowd and experience some of that inner peace, a bit of yoga may be just what the doctor ordered. Yoga Light Studio offers classes for all levels and age groups. 2573 Cranberry Highway. Info: http://yogalightstudio.net

Oysters Local restaurantOysters Local restaurant: Wareham’s waters are an extraordinary resource for some of the world’s best oysters and it’s the area’s best-kept secret! Local restaurants have some of the best oysters in the region as well. The annual Wareham Oyster Festival happens every May featuring crafters, artisans, music and of course, oysters. Info: http://warehamvillage.org/