Malden was established in 1649 and incorporated as a Massachusetts city in 1882. Small in size, at 5 square miles, but large in history; Malden is known as the first town to sign on to the Petition to the Colonial Government to withdraw from the British Empire. In 2009 Malden was ranked the “Best Place to Raise Your Kids” in Massachusetts by Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine. Malden High School has 1677 students.
Malden has over 56,000 people, with a median family income of $55,557 according to the 2000 Census. At that census, the makeup was 72.09% White, 13.99% Asian, 8.15%African American, 4.79% Hispanic, and 3.46% identified as from two or more races. The percentage of Hispanics is “significantly” above the state average; the percentage of foreign-born population is significantly above the state average in Malden.
The median single family house is estimated at approximately $261,000 which is above the Massachusetts average; the percentage of renters verses homeowners is also above the state average.
The City of Malden has several significant neighborhoods: Faulkner, by the old B&M Railroad, bounded by Everett in the south; the West End, where the incidents in the now infamous Fells Acre criminal trial took place; Edgeworth, where the Malden football stadium is; Ferryway, the center of town; Forestdale, where there is an elementary school, the city’s largest park, Banks Bark, and the Forest Dale Cemetery; Linden, in the northwest part of the city with the hills and the Granada Highland Apartments; Maplewood, where Malden Catholic High School is; Bellrock, where New England Coffee adds a wonderful roasting smell.
There are three well known technical schools in Malden, including Blaine The Beauty Career School; New England Hair Academy; and the Learning Institute for Beauty Sciences.
The Malden District Court is located at 89 Summer Street. Attorney Neil Burns and Roshan Jain have had numerous personal injury trials, car accident cases, and criminal hearings in the Malden District Court. Attorneys Burns and Jain have represented Malden residents in pedestrian accidents, truck accidents and many premises liability cases.
Attorney Burns has 25 years of experience in representing Malden residents in personal bankruptcy.
Access to The Law Office of Burns & Jain from Malden is via the MBTA’s Orange Line. Burns & Jain has represented Malden residents in personal bankruptcy in federal bankruptcy court and personal injury cases, at Madden District Court and Middlesex Superior Court, for over 25 years.
To get to our office at Six Beacon Street, Boston, from Malden, you take the Orange Line to State Street, walk up School Street to Tremont Street, and we are the second building on the left. By car, take 93A South, get off at exit 24A, toward Government Center, turn left off the exit and then right onto State Street; bear left onto Tremont Street and take your first right onto Beacon Street.
The Law Office of Burns & Jain offers “aggressive, caring and effective” representation to Malden residents. Notwithstanding our downtown Boston office, we offer free home and hospital visits for seriously injured Malden accident victims.