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Belmont Personal Injury Lawyers

Hiring a personal injury lawyer is a big deal, regardless of the size of extent of your injuries and the complexity of your case. If you're searching for a Belmont Personal injury lawyer, you may feel that securing a Boston personal injury lawyer, although nice, would be too much of an inconvenience. At Mass Injury Firm, P.C., we eliminate the inconvenience and give you the best of both worlds. Boston personal injury lawyers handling personal injury cases in Belmont and across the state. What's more - when it's necessary for us to meet in person, we will come to you at your discretion. Just call (866) 995-6663 today for a free, confidential attorney consultation.

Want a better sense that we know your town and community? Please let us show you we know Belmont, its traffic statistics, and the community information relevant to resolving cases for our client living there.

Belmont is located in Middlesex county, it is a suburb of Boston, and it is 4.7 square miles. As of the 2010 census, the population in Belmont was 24,729 with 10,184 housing units. The population density was 5,316.9 people per square mile as of 2010. The following towns border Belmont: Cambridge on the east, Arlington on the north, Waltham on the west, and Watertown on the south.

Belmont is serviced by two major state routes: Route 60 and Route 2. Numerous bus routes service Belmont and two MBTA Commuter Rail train routes, Waverley and Belmont Center, are located in Belmont. Alewife station in Cambridge is just a few minutes away from Belmont, connecting Belmont to the entire MBTA transit system.

One of the most dangerous intersections in Belmont is Alameda de las Pulgas and the Carlmont Avenue intersection. Local residents refer to this intersection as “The Dance of Death.” It is particularly dangerous for pedestrians. Numerous severe accidents take place at the intersection between Alameda Street and Ralston Street.

Pedestrians are also at risk for numerous dangerous accidents in Belmont. The crosswalk that passes across Ralston before the Ralston/Alameda intersection is highly problematic for pedestrians. Local residents complain that cars become frustrated at this location and pass cars that are stopped for pedestrians without realizing that pedestrians are crossing the street.

Belmont has a relatively low accident rate as none of the roads or intersections in Belmont is listed on the 2010 Massachusetts Top Crash Locations Report. However, Belmont roads can become dangerous due to high traffic congestion. Residents in the neighborhood at the intersection of Dalton and Betts Roads have continuously expressed concerns about the danger at this intersection. Betts Road is the only road between Grove and School Streets that does not have stop signs. Even worse, trees at the intersection between Dalton and Betts Roads limit drivers’ view of oncoming traffic.

Despite some of these concerns, the town of Belmont has taken steps to deter accidents and increase motor vehicle and pedestrian safety. For example, the Traffic Advisory Committee of the Town of Belmont voted in July 2012 to install a no-right turn signal in response to local residents’ concerns. This no-right turn signal will be placed at the intersection between Glendale Street and Orchard Streets, and will run between 8:00 am – 9:00 am and between 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. The Town also decided to install no-idling signs on Orchard Street.

If you or a loved one has been injured while driving or walking in Belmont, contact Mass Injury Firm, P.C. today. Call (866) 995-6663 to schedule a free and confidential consultation with an experienced Massachusetts injury attorney.

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