Framingham Car Accident Lawyer
Framingham was a center for abolitionists such as William Lloyd Garrison, Sojourner Truth, and Henry David Thoreau. Framingham is also known for the Framingham Heart Study, a long-term study on cardiovascular health that commenced in 1948 with over 5,000 participants. The study has continued with multiple generations of those original study participants and has yielded invaluable information regarding the risk for heart disease. Framingham was also a central player in the post-World War II boom in Massachusetts, when many built single family homes in the area. To this day, Framingham remains one of the few enclaves in Massachusetts that has met the state’s requirement to have 10% of homes comply with the Massachusetts Chapter 40B Affordable Housing rule. Framingham is also home to a large percentage of rental properties in comparison with nearby towns.
However, with the abundant housing available in Framingham, the local population is bound to end up involved in auto collisions. If you are injured in a collision,Framingham car accident lawyers Neil Burns and Roshan Jain are exactly what you need to help you recover your losses. Combined they have over twenty five years of experience helping victims of Framingham auto accidents. He and his highly trained staff will support you through the process of obtaining compensation for your injuries. We obtain accident reports and medical records in order to present your case to the insurance company. If we are unable to obtain a satisfactory result with the insurance company, we will not hesitate to litigate for your rights. Our past case results prove our effectiveness in successfully representing victims of Framingham car accidents.
Call us today or use our online contact form to set up your free consultation with Framingham car accident lawyer Neil Burns.Located at Six Beacon Street, Suite 600, in downtown Boston, Burns & Jain is a thirty minute drive on I-90 from Framingham. Park at the garage at One Center Plaza, in the metered parking along the State House, or handicapped parking spaces in front of the building. Whenever possible, we advise clients to utilize public transportation; Framingham is easily accessible from Boston’s North Station using the Worcester line of the MBTA commuter rail.