Massachusetts Traffic Crashes in Somerville, Winthrop, And Agawam Cause Serious Injuries

Several people were seriously hurt in a Somerville, MA multi-vehicle crash today. According to police, the collision occurred when a driver, age 56, suffered a medical incident, causing her to crash her vehicle into a Honda Civic, which burst into flames. The 26-year-old Medford driver of the Honda was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.

The initial traffic crash caused a chain-reaction that involved three other vehicles. Fortunately, the drivers of those cars were not hurt. However, a 16-year-old pedestrian was struck by a car. He was also taken to the hospital for his injuries.

On Thursday, a 62-year-old woman was injured in a Winthrop pedestrian accident when she was struck by an alleged drunken driver who ran a red light and drove onto the sidewalk, striking the victim and a tree. Police say that they found open alcohol bottles in the vehicle, along with two children, an infant and a 6-year-old.

Meantime, in an Agawam pedestrian crash that took place on Monday night, police have found the vehicle they believe was involved and impounded it. No suspect has been apprehended yet in the Massachusetts hit-and-run collision. A juvenile male reportedly sustained serious injuries.

If you or someone you love was injured in a traffic crash, you should speak with our Boston car accident law firm immediately.

There is a lot to do to pursue a claim for damages and you want to hire a legal team that knows how to assess your current injuries, and any resulting future symptoms or health issues, figure out how much in medical expenses, lost wages, and other losses you are likely to incur, prove liability, and fight for your right to financial recovery—whether via mediation to arrive at a settlement or in court with a Massachusetts personal injury lawsuit.

Many people are afraid to call for legal help because they are worried about lawyer fees. An experienced Boston traffic crash law firm should work on a contingency fee basis—meaning that you only pay for their legal services if you are paid a settlement or awarded a verdict.

Teen, Two Women Seriously Hurt Injured in Fiery Somerville,,  March 20, 2015

 Agway Police Impounded Car Suspect in Pedestrian Hit-and-Run, WGGB, March 16, 2015

Police: Driver in Winthrop Crash Had Open Containers in Car, WHDH, March 19, 2015


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