Suffolk County, Massachusetts
In Suffolk County, individuals and companies have certain obligations to each other. Every driver, property owner, and professional has a basic duty of care to live up to in order to avoid causing injuries.
Unfortunately, people and businesses are sometimes negligent despite the fact that they are expected to behave in a safe way. When accidents happen, determining who was at fault and making a claim for liability can help those who have been hurt to move on with their lives. Injured victims and survivors whose family members are killed need to understand their legal rights and their options for making an injury claim.
The Suffolk County accident attorneys at Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers have almost 20 years of experience as accident victims’ advocates. We are committed to passionately pursuing justice for your case and treating you with the compassion you need and the professional experience you deserve. We stand up for our clients in the negotiating room and in the courtroom and we are so serious about giving you upstanding service that we will even travel to you to discuss your case.Suffolk County Accident Risks
Suffolk County lies on the eastern borders of Massachusetts. It is adjacent to the counties of Norfolk to the south, Middlesex to the west and Essex to the north. It is home to Chelsea, Revere, Winthrop, and the city of Boston. Boston is the County Seat of Suffolk County, and is also the largest city in Massachusetts, as well as the State Capital.
There is no county government in Suffolk County, which is the case in most counties in Massachusetts. State agencies have taken over most roles of government and the towns and communities often combine to share resources.
The Boston annexation in the late 1800’s caused Suffolk County to grow by eight towns and cities. Before this annexation only two cities remained in Suffolk County: Boston and Chelsea, due to the other towns being annexed by other neighboring counties in the late 1700’s. Today, more than 767,000 residents reside within the 121 square miles of the county. Estimates show that 62 square miles of the county area is water.
Residents and visitors alike face risks within Suffolk County. Car accidents are a leading cause of injury, and Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers provides representation in cases that involve automobile accidents, pedestrian accidents, public transportation accidents, and bicycle accidents.
The Suffolk County personal injury and wrongful death attorneys at Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers also represent victims dealing with all types of serious and fatal accident and injury claims including:
- Fire Injuries
- Pedestrian Accident
- Bicycle Accidents
- Work Related Injury
- Slip & Fall
- Neck & Back Injuries
- Uninsured Motorist Accidents
- Car Accidents
Whether you are a local Suffolk resident or just visiting, Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers is available to discuss your rights in the wake of a serious accident.Getting Help From a Suffolk County Accident Lawyer
When you are uncertain where to turn after a motor vehicle accident or other accident in Suffolk County, you should find a personal injury lawyer with experience and with a strong client reputation. Your lawyer should be prepared to litigate if your case goes to court and should also be a skilled negotiator who can help you to negotiate an out-of-court settlement that will provide full compensation without the need for a trial.
The Suffolk County accident lawyers at Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers have successfully represented many clients in the local area and we have recovered millions of dollars in damages for injured victims. We only represent people who have been hurt and our legal team is committed to doing everything we can to help victims get the funds necessary to move on. Call today for a confidential consultation to discuss your rights.