Boston, MA (June 27, 2018) – Police in Boston responded to a vehicle crash early Tuesday morning on Hooker Street. A call was received around 7:45 am requesting police response to the scene for an accident involving injuries. Boston police officer Thomas Flynn was quickly dispatched to the crash scene. Officer Flynn arrived on Hooker Street and began a crash investigation. He discovered at least one person suffering from injuries inflicted in the accident and called for EMS to respond as well.
The injured victim was evaluated and treated on scene. No word on their condition or identity at this time. The Boston police have marked this accident for additional investigation and have not released a cause for the crash.
Boston Car Accident Attorneys
If you’ve been hurt in a collision, you may not think that you need an attorney. Whenever you are involved in a crash, you are facing major uncertainty about your future. However, the decisions you make right after the accident can have a huge impact on how your future shapes up in the months and years to come.
The insurance company will call you right away to offer a quick settlement which may initially seem attractive. Before you accept or sign anything, you need to speak with a good attorney first. You should never compound the accident by choosing to handle things yourself or hiring an inexperienced attorney to evaluate your case.
At the Jeffrey Glassman Injury Lawyers, we focus our practice on personal injury and have experience in accidents involving all types of vehicles and circumstances. Our team of attorneys knows how to help if you have been injured in a Massachusetts car accident. Our team knows Massachusetts injury laws inside and out and we know how to apply them to your benefit. Even better for you, we recover nothing unless you also recover money for your injuries. There is absolutely no obligation on your part. You have nothing to lose if we take your case and nothing to lose by calling us.
If you would like to speak with someone about your potential claim, please give us a call at 617-367-2900. The call is free and we would love to hear from you.
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