Waltham was settled in 1634 and incorporated in 1738, and currently has a population of 59,758. It is sometimes known as Watch City due to the Waltham Watch Company, which established its home in Waltham in 1854. Waltham, Massachusetts is home to the oldest public school for people with disabilities, The Walter E Fernald State School.
The Waltham car accident attorneys at our law firm are committed to sharing over 25 years of experience with those injured in motor vehicle accidents in and around the City of Waltham. Our personal injury attorneys fight for those who have been seriously injured in various traffic accidents, including pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, boating accidents, and motorcycle accidents.
Contact us for a free case evaluation. There is no fee unless we are successful and earn the compensation you are entitled to.
Located in the Greater Boston area with a population of more than 7.5 million people, Waltham is a busy city. Surrounded by Dedham, Westwood, Cambridge, Boston, Newton, Lexington, and Woburn, Waltham is less than 15 miles from downtown Boston.
The Waltham’s accident lawyers at our law firm offer the local residents more than just car accident representation. We are experienced personal injury attorneys and handle all injury cases from Unsafe conditions at public facilities and inadequate lighting to faulty elevator equipment, slippery floors and a proprietor’s inattention to detail which can cause huge trouble for unassuming patrons and visitors.
The Waltham personal injury attorneys at Krasnow, Keller, & Boris represent victims dealing with all types of serious and fatal accident and injury claims including:
- Personal Injury Claims
- Dog Bites
- Bus Accidents
- Premises Liability
- Slip and Fall Accidents
- Child Injury
We fight for the rights of Waltham residents who have been seriously injured or killed in an accident. Call today for a free and confidential appointment to discuss your rights.
Contact the Waltham injury attorneys for a free case evaluation. There is no fee unless we are successful and earn the compensation you are entitled to.