Medford Personal Injury Lawyers
Comprising 8.6 square miles, Medford is a small city just five miles north of Boston and located in Middlesex County. Medford is home of world famous Tufts University, birthplace of New York City Mayor and billionaire entrepreneur Michael Bloomberg, and temporary location of the Cambridge District Court.
Settled in 1630, with a population that grew from 230 in 1700 to 1,114, in 1,800, 18,244 in 1900 and 56,173 in the 2010 census, Medford is notorious for scientist Leopold Trouvelot, who accidently released the Gypsy moth in 1868. It was also the home of famous female aviator Amelia Earhart. “Jingle Bells” was written by Medford artist James Pierpont in the late 1800’s; and, “Over the River and Through the Woods,” was written by Lydia Maria Child.
Highways in Medford include Route 16 and Interstate 93. The future of Medford transportation includes the possible expansion of the Green Line from Lechmere, in East Cambridge, to Brickbottom, Ball Square, Tufts University, and ending at Route 16.
The Law Office of Burns & Jain is convenient to Medford by public transportation and by road. Attorney Neil Burns and Jain have represented Medford residents since 1985, in personal injury, personal bankruptcy and wrongful death cases. We have undertaken cases for Medford families with injuries to children and numerous slip and fall and Medford premises injury cases. Medford auto accidents, whether in the District Court or the Middlesex Superior Court, are handled aggressively, caringly and effectively.
Medford residents filing Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy appear in Federal Bankruptcy Court in Post Office Square, a few blocks from our office at Six Beacon Street, Boston. Medford motor vehicle accidents are heard in the District Court, located in Medford, and the Middlesex Superior Court, located in Woburn.
Driving directions from Medford to Six Beacon Street, take Route 60 to 93 south; take Exit 24A/Government Center; left onto the Surface Road; right onto State Street; left onto Tremont Street; pass Beacon Street and turn right on Park Street; right onto Beacon Street.
We offer free initial consultations for Medford residents; call 617-227-7423. Or, contact us.