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Legal Representation For Victims Of Turnpike Accidents

Were you in a car accident on the Massachusetts Turnpike or another busy highway? High speeds, distracted drivers and traffic congestion all contribute to the large number of accidents that occur here.

You may be entitled to compensation if your accident was caused by another driver’s negligence or dangerous road conditions.

Free consultation: It costs nothing to talk to a lawyer about your accident, injuries and legal options. Simply fill out our short contact form, and someone from our Boston law office will contact you.

Dangerous Highways In Massachusetts

In Boston and in surrounding areas, our streets and highways are busy with cars and trucks traveling to and fro throughout the metro area every day. Boston and surrounding areas are home to a number of busy highways:

  • The Massachusetts Turnpike
  • Interstate 90
  • Highway 128
  • Interstate 95
  • Interstate 93

Truck Accidents On The Massachusetts Turnpike

Truckers going from Maine to New York or tourists traveling between Connecticut and northern destinations are just some examples of visitors to our metro area who can be involved in serious accidents. These highways are often scenes of serious accidents — perhaps because of congestion, perhaps because travelers are not always confident of their route, perhaps because of weather or for a variety of other reasons.

Whether you live in the Boston area or were passing through when you suffered injury or loss of a family member in a car accident in our community, our lawyers offer a free initial consultation. There is no obligation in meeting with us to discuss your traffic accident and learn how we can help you pursue and obtain the compensation you will need to cope with effects of the accident. We have represented many clients before you who had suffered serious injuries including the following:

Contact Us Today

To speak to a Boston turnpike accident attorney in a free consultation, please call (617) 298-2500.

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