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Charlestown Personal Injury Lawyers

As Boston Personal Injury Lawyers, we appreciate historic Charlestown's character and people. We also well know and appreciate the dangers of present in it's historic roadways and intersections. We don't just know Charlestown because it's a couple miles from our main office. No, we konw Charlestown because we fee that if we're going to represent clients who live and/or are injured there, we have a duty to them to know the lawy of the land.

We do, however, also know a good deal about it's history and culture. Charlestown was founded in 1628, and is the oldest neighborhood in the City of Boston, Massachusetts. It is located on the Mishawum peninsula just across the harbor from Downtown Boston, and to the north of the Charles River. Originally, Charlestown was the capital of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It became a city in the mid-nineteenth century, and was later annexed to Boston in 1874.

Charlestown is home to the Charlestown Navy Yard, a well-loved national park that houses the world’s oldest floating vessel ever commissioned by the United States Navy, the USS Constitution. This warship was built in 1797, and defeated five British war ships during the War of 1812. The Navy Yard also offers incredible views of the Boston skyline from its piers. Charlestown is also home to the Bunker Hill monument, which was built in 1843 to commemorate the Battle of Bunker Hill.

The Bunker Hill monument is a grand granite obelisk standing at two hundred twenty feet tall. It is designed in the Egyptian Revival style, and took sixteen years to complete its construction. Charlestown is also where Paul Revere began his ride to Concord to warn that the British were coming, prior to the Battles of Lexington and Concord. Today, Charlestown’s Warren Tavern claims to have been one of Paul Revere’s favorite watering holes. Whether or not this was in fact Revere’s tavern of choice, Warren Tavern’s indisputable claim to fame is that it is the oldest tavern in all of Massachusetts. Charlestown is also home to the main campus of Bunker Hill Community College and the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.

The waterfront in Charlestown is very active, and is home to the Shipyard Quarters Marina and the Constitution Marina. The Constitution Marina is located on the Boston Harbor right on the Freedom Trail. It offers New Englanders and other visitors a full boating experience by hosting sport fishing tournaments, sailboat races, yacht clubs, as well as flotillas. Moreover, many houseboats on the marina offer bed and breakfast-style accommodations, allowing visitors a true waterfront view!

Although the Charlestown neighborhood has been traditionally made up of a mostly Irish-American population, a new wave of young professionals and new immigrants have been drawn to the area. This is due in part to the proximity of Charlestown to downtown Boston. The increasingly diverse residents of Charlestown have their pick of local restaurants and shops in City Square and along Main Street.

Though some things have evolved in Charlestown, like the architecture, some things will always be the same. For example, there will always be people driving Charlestown's roads who aren't paying well enough attention to other drivers or giving the proper respect to the weather and driving conditions. Although we hope for a day in which traversing Charlestown comes without any risk, for the foreseeable future there will be an ongoing need for great personal injury lawyers. If you are in a car accident or are otherwise injured as a result of another's negligence in Charlestown, get the medical attention you need and then call our office and speak with a Boston personal injury lawyer for free. We'll talk through your case and will give you a good sense of the strength of your claim. In the meantime, enjoy Charlestown and drive safely!

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Address: 15 Court Square, Suite 800, Boston, MA 02108