Dorchester Lawyer

Home to over 92,000 people, Dorchester is Boston’s largest and perhaps most ethnically diverse neighborhood. Dorchester is also home to Carney Hospital, which serves Dorchester inhabitants as well as residents of Mattapan, Quincy, and Milton. Burns & Jain, located at Six Beacon Street, near the State House in downtown Boston, is easily accessible from Dorchester via the Red Line. We are proud to serve Dorchester residents in the practice areas of personal injury, auto accidents, and personal bankruptcy.

Dorchester is part of Boston, in Suffolk County.  The Superior Court for Suffolk County is at Three Pemberton Square, which is across the street from our office at Six Beacon Street; the view from Attorney Burns and Jain’s’ office is of the old Suffolk Superior Court Courthouse, called the John Adams Courthouse, and also the current Suffolk Superior Court Courthouse.  All personal injury cases from Dorchester that have a value over $25,000 are heard in that courthouse.Cases with a lower jurisdiction, below $25,000, are heard at the Dorchester District Court, located at 510 Washington Street, in Dorchester.  However, Suffolk County has a second District Court where Dorchester cases can be heard:  the Boston Municipal Court, located at 24 New Chardon Street, in the Edward W. Brooke Courthouse.

Dorchester residents may also file civil small claims cases in either the Dorchester District Court or the Boston Municipal Court.  These cases must have a value of $7,500 or less; or, if the case is derived from a motor vehicle accident and has only property damage, the property damage claim can be brought in Small Claims Court. Burns & Jain is located across the street from the Suffolk Superior Court, at Six Beacon Street, in downtown Boston, Massachusetts 02108.  Although parking is available near our office, we encourage clients to use public transportation if at all possible.  To get to our office from Dorchester, take the Red Line to Park Street and walk up Tremont Street toward Government Center. Turn left onto Beacon Street; Six Beacon Street is one block up on the left hand side.

Further, metered parking can be found on Beacon Street, close to the State House and there is handicapped parking in front of our office on Beacon Street.  The One Beacon Street parking garage is located diagonally across from our office building.  Driving directions to our office from Dorchester are as follows:  head north on I-93 and take Exit 23 toward Government Center. Continue straight onto North Street, then turn left onto Congress Street. Turn right at State Street and then turn left onto Tremont Street. Turn right into the garage at One Beacon Street just past Center Plaza and just before the corner of Beacon. Use the elevators to exit the parking garage and cross the street to arrive at Six Beacon Street.

We offer our Dorchester clients free initial consultations and home or free hospital visits for seriously injured clients.  Call us at 617-227-7423 for a free consultation.