Waltham Car Accident Lawyer
When Massachusetts implemented the primary seat belt law in 2008, crash victims, insurance companies, and the Massachusetts and federal governments saved over 69 million dollars on medical bills. A report released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) compiled these data and demonstrate the positive impact of wearing seatbelts. Unfortunately, the injuries Waltham residents suffer inmotor vehicle collisions cannot always be prevented by obeying the primary seatbelt law. In addition to their health concern, injuries create financial burdens for victims. Pursuing the assistance of a personal injury lawyer gives a victim the best chance of claiming the moneys they deserve for their personal injury, unattained wages, property damage, and medical bills.
The knowledgeable attorneys at Burns & Jain have helped clients injured in auto, truck, and motorcycle collisions for 25 years. They closely analyze an incident’s police and accident reports, sorting out each detail to uncover the exact succession of events that led up to and followed an accident. If the facts are ever obscured and there is a conflict of opinion between any of the drivers or witnesses, our attorneys will reenact the accident with the cooperation of a traffic specialist team. It is critical to have a good injury lawyer on your team when the questions of fault and liability are at stake.
Despite enduring a number of car accidents each year, Waltham is an important town in Middlesex County. Once home to Boston Manufacturing Company, Waltham contained the oldest integrated textile mill in the entire country. For its cloth roduction, Waltham was a key player in the industrial revolution. Several old estates were built in Waltham, including the Lyman Estate in 1793, the Gore Place in 1806, and the Robert Treat Paine Estate in 1966. Waltham remains an industrious town and is home to Brandeis University, which was founded after World War II by several academics including Albert Einstein. Neil Burns won his first trial in Waltham District Court in 1988 and continues to find success there.
Call 617-227-7423 to contact the Law Office Burns & Jain about your personal injury case. We offer free file review, free consultations, and free hospital visits, and there is no fee until we win. For further motor vehicle injury questions, please see our office’s injury blog.
Waltham is located on the commuter rail, and we encourage you to use public transportation when traveling to our Boston location, at 600 Beacon Street, Suite 600. Either take commuter rail from Waltham Station, or pick up bus #553 at 702 Main Street. Step out at the corner of Franklin Street and Federal Street. Turn right on Federal Street and then left on Milk Street. Next, turn right on Washington Street and then left on School Street. Continue onto Beacon Street, where our building is two blocks up the hill on the left.
To drive to our office, set out East on Main Street, and turn left onto Mount Auburn Street. Continue onto MA-3A South, turn right at Cambridge Street, left at Charles Street, left at Branch Street, and right on Spruce Street. Finally, turn left onto Beacon Street.