Boston Police Respond to Injury Accident

Plymouth House Fire Injures OneThe Boston Police Department was called to an injury accident on Thursday afternoon.   The accident took place around 2:30 pm in the 200 block of Seaver Street.  Officer Miguelangelo Pires with the BPD received the dispatch call and went to the scene.  Upon arrival, Officer Pires found at least one victim injured in the crash.   Medical personnel also responded to the scene to check on the injured victim.

The Boston Police Department has not released any further details regarding this collision, including the cause of the crash or injuries of the drivers involved.  We hope that those injured in the accident have a speedy and full recovery.

Boston Personal Injury Lawyer

A car accident can be life-changing.  One minute you are driving down the road minding your own business and the next you find yourself lying in a hospital bed suffering from painful injuries.  Your entire world can be turned upside down on a moment’s notice.  Few activities carry the risk of death or serious injury like driving.  The reality is we have to drive on a daily basis to get where we are going and sometimes accidents just happen.

If you are involved in an accident involving any type of injury, you should seek the services of a personal injury attorney.  At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, our firm focuses only on personal injury law.  We have decades of combined experience and a strong staff of attorneys and legal assistants to assist you with every aspect of your case.

Being in a car accident doesn’t have to mean the end of your world.  Let us help you get back on your feet.  Call us today at 617-367-2900 for your free consultation with a Boston personal injury lawyer.

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