Injured in A Boston Car Accident

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the United States suffered 5.5 million vehicle accidents in 2009. Among the many personal injuries, these accidents resulted in over 30,000 wrongful deaths. Car and truck accidents are an unfortunate reality in our country, but their financial consequences can often be minimized with the guidance of an experienced personal injury lawyer.

In the chaos that follows a motor vehicle accident, witnesses and police officers responding to the scene often naturally obscure the details of the collision. These details will determine which driver was responsible or liable. For questions of fault, it is crucial to seek direction from an effective Boston car accident lawyer so that the facts can be sorted out to reveal the true story of your accident. If the police report leaves questions unanswered, our lawyers will pursue a reconstruction of the collision at its site. This is an infallible strategy for sorting out inconsistent details and settling disputes on fault.

Injuries sustained from car or truck accidents are primarily health concerns, and should first be addressed medically. However, as soon as patients are ready, the next step is to seek just compensation for their pain, suffering and lost wages through the legal process. Financial burdens instigated by vehicle accident injuries may include:

  • Medical bills
  • Property damage to your vehicle
  • Lost wages and earning capacity

If you have been injured in a car or motor vehicle accident in Boston, our law office is not far away. We have helped thousands of vehicle accident victims since our start at Six Beacon Street in 1987. For its historic and current centrality to American politics, business, and law, we believe Boston provides the most appropriate setting for our work. Boston was a haven for anti-federalists during the Revolutionary War and continues to serve as one of New England’s most important political towns. Its Supreme Judicial Court, which was first active in 1692, can be seen from our offices’ windows, affirming our objective articulated in the Massachusetts Constitution: “…the preservation of the rights of every individual, his life, liberty, property [and] character…”

Boston is the athletic capital of the North Eastern United States, represented by the Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins; it is a short ride away from Gillette Stadium’s New England Patriots and Revolution. The Boston area is also home to some of the country’s most prestigious colleges and universities. Parallel to this value of higher education, excellent museums, theater, and architecture can be seen throughout Boston. Its residents are diverse but united in their aptitude and focus.