Often spelled Marlboro, the original village of Marlborough, Massachusetts was named after a town in Wiltshire, England. Marlborough was settled in 1657. It was officially incorporated as a town in 1660 when 14 men petitioned the Massachusetts Attorney General to form a new city. However, it wasn’t incorporated as a city until 1890.
The Marlborough car accident attorneys at Krasnow, Keller, & Boris bring experience and exceptional legal representation to court. Our attorneys have represented clients injured or killed in accidents involving motor vehicles, such as motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, drunk driving accidents, truck accidents, train accidents, or other public transportation accidents. Our clients know they can trust our team to give their injury case the attention and persistence it deserves.
Contact us for a free case evaluation. There is no fee unless we are successful and earn the compensation you are entitled to.
Marlborough lies due east of the Boston towns of Dedham, Newton, Cambridge, Lexington, and Woburn. It is a part of Middlesex County. It is a busy area, located just off the Massachusetts Turnpike. With so many people passing through the area, it is only to be expected that motor vehicle and car accidents are a common occurrence as residents and tourists alike frequent the shops, businesses, hospitals, and restaurants in the county.
The Marlborough personal injury and wrongful death attorneys at our firm represent victims dealing with all types of serious and fatal accident and injury claims as a result of all types of motor vehicle accidents:
- Spinal Cord Injuries
- Brain Injury
- Head trauma
- Broken arms and legs
Our Marlborough’s accident attorneys work hard to uncover all the facts surrounding your accident so we can aggressively pursue your case.
Contact the Marlborough injury attorneys for a free case evaluation. There is no fee unless we are successful and earn the compensation you are entitled to.